The Utility Division of the Public Works Department is responsible for providing a safe and reliable drinking water supply. It consists of five water operators, one being the Operator in Responsible Charge (ORC), the Water and Wastewater Superintendent, and four additional Town staff. All are State of Colorado Certified Operators in both the production and distribution fields.
The Town drinking water supply is produced from a series of groundwater wells which pump water from the Fraser Alluvium and the Troublesome Formation more than 280 feet below the ground surface into two separate water treatment facilities where it is disinfected, conditioned and either pumped directly into the distribution system for immediate use or to several storage tanks for future use on demand. These water production facilities are capable of providing a safe and reliable drinking water supply of up to 1.8 million gallons per day (MGD).
Learn more about Our Water System - How It Works.
Water Quality Compliance
The Town performs all testing and monitoring as required by both the National Environmental Protection Agency (NEPA), the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) and as directed by the Drinking Water Monitoring Schedules provided to the Town system by the state health department. View our Annual Drinking Water Report.
The Water division performs all inspections of our water lines and meter assembly installations. All water related inspections must be scheduled through the Public Works Water and Wastewater Superintendent and require, at a minimum, 48 hours advanced notice.
Plant Investment Fee
Plant Investment Fees are available under the current Fee Schedule.
Water meter assemblies are ordered and paid for at the time of building permit application and are available for pick up at the Fraser Town Hall. Please contact the Public Works Water and Wastewater Superintendent or Public Works Administrator for current pricing and availability or to schedule a water meter assembly pickup.