01/18/22 – See Marshall Fire Recovery or call 303-413-7730 for assistance, resources and information on the Marshall Fire.

Emergency Status
Jan 06

UPDATE: CDPHE rescinds boil water advisories

On January 6, 2022, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) rescinded boil water advisories for:

  • Town of Superior
  • City of Louisville
  • Sans Souci

View the Notice from CDPHE here or at: https://bit.ly/3pXwe27.

Now that the boil water notice is lifted, there are a few things you need to do to make sure the water you drink and clean with is safe. All cold taps in your home (sink, tubs, showers, refrigerator water dispensers) should run for up to 5 minutes to remove sediment and stagnant water from your lines. Coffee makers, dishwashers and washing machines should run through one cycle empty to accomplish the same goal. Dump ice left in any ice makers or ice machines. Find more tips for what to do now that you are no longer under a boil water notice.