of the Utilities Department is to provide city fleet services, safe drinkingwater, wastewater treatment, public stormwater maintenance, and safe building construction services to the members of the Arvada community
detection services, or let us know about another drinkingwater issue, please submit a request. If you are looking for information about water bills, water quality, or current water rates, please visit Water
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 drinkingwater, the City is committed to investing
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
that will center on Ralston Reservoir. These projects are designed to maintain the reliable delivery of clean, safe drinkingwater into the future.
Denver Water is committed to minimizing construction impacts
and 0.77 ppt for Ralston Reservoir. The treated drinkingwater 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
waterways, without treatment, and eventually flow into Clear Creek and the South Platte River, which are used by downstream communities for irrigation and drinkingwater.
What are our responsibilities? We
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 drinkingwater and investing