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Water Quality
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Our primary goal is to consistently provide our residents with safe and dependable drinking water. Sixty employees staffed 24 hours a day 365 days a year make sure that water is properly treated

Water Quality 
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Drinking Water Quality conducts comprehensive monitoring programs for compliance with the State of Colorado and the United States Environmental Protection Agency's rules and regulations

Ralston Water Treatment Plant Zone 5 Pump Station Replacement
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impact on surrounding residents. Project Description This project will provide required drinking water pumping capacity to the distribution system serving the Northwest area of the City

Utilities Department
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of the Utilities Department is to provide city fleet services, safe drinking water, wastewater treatment, public stormwater maintenance, and safe building construction services to the members of the Arvada community

Ask Arvada: Report Drinking Water Problems
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detection services, or let us know about another drinking water issue, please submit a request. If you are looking for information about water bills, water quality, or current water rates, please visit Water

Customer Survey
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Your Feedback Matters The City of Arvada Utilities Department strives to provide prompt and personal customer service. From drinking water to flood control, and from water line locates

Water Sources, Treatment, and Distribution
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to homes and businesses. Drinking Water Sources The City’s water supplies come from Clear Creek, South Boulder Creek, and the Fraser River. The City’s Clear Creek water rights are the source for about

Fluoride
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the liquid fluoride began leaking. The City attempted to fix the leak but was unsuccessful. While fluoride is an additive that does not affect the safety of drinking water, the City is committed to investing

Discoloration in Arvada's Water
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that is naturally present in most Colorado lakes and streams. The water is safe to drink. Manganese does not cause adverse health effects and therefore is not regulated as a chemical that might cause illness

Denver Water Project Construction in West Arvada
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that will center on Ralston Reservoir. These projects are designed to maintain the reliable delivery of clean, safe drinking water into the future. Denver Water is committed to minimizing construction impacts

2020 PFAS Water Sampling Project
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and 0.77 ppt for Ralston Reservoir. The treated drinking water at Ralston Treatment Plant showed non-detects for all 18 PFAS tested.This is below EPA’s health advisory level of 70 parts per trillion which

Water
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flushes the water system. Water Sources, Treatment, and Distribution - Get all the facts about Arvada drinking water sources and treatment. Reporting Water Quality Concerns To report non

Water Conservation
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waste drinking water. System-wide leak detection program: Periodically older sections of the distribution system are monitored to determine if otherwise undetectable leaks have occurred. Water

Power Washing: Dispose of Wash Water Legally
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waterways, without treatment, and eventually flow into Clear Creek and the South Platte River, which are used by downstream communities for irrigation and drinking water. What are our responsibilities? We

City Hires New Director of Utilities
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one person who sees this work as ‘just a job’.” As a professional engineer, she worked on projects across the state and on the Front Range ranging from water supply and water rights, to safe drinking

City Supplemental Fluoride Program on Hold Due to Equipment Issue
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practices within Arvada in order to support dentists in providing appropriate care during the fluoride outage. The City of Arvada is committed to providing residents with safe drinking water and investing

Rainwater Collection (Harvesting)
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cannot use water you collect for indoor purposes (like drinking, bathing, etc.) or to water animals. Rainwater could include dangerous contaminants (from pollution and even your roofing materials

National Public Works Week 2020
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and sidewalks, drinking water, storm water and wastewater systems form an important, but mostly hidden, backbone for our community. Explore Public Works Watch the Public Works Week Youtube playlist

Prohibited Items
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may be examined to determine if they contain prohibited items such as sword and / or knife blades or containers for other types of contraband). Any food or drink. Any illegal drug or drug

Arvada WinterFest
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event with games, performances, music, vendors, food, and drinks from around the world. Celebrate the diversity in Arvada! Saturday, February 29; 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. McIlvoy Park (58th Avenue and Upham