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Indian Hills
Water District



contributing to a high quality of Life

Water Quality

Providing 

clean, safe drinking water 

Fire Protection

Ensuring water is available for fire fighting

Managing Infrastructure & Resources

Working for our Community

Customer Portal

Pay your water bill, submit meter reading or message, update your contact information, 

sign up for auto-payments, or check your account history.


***If you are having trouble logging onto the portal, please try your account number beginning with 020--- or 030--- 

There are 6 numbers total and the last three account numbers have not changed.  

All account numbers have been updated to reflect what Zone the home or business is in. ***

010  Zone 1  Lower valley   /   020 Zone 2  Mid valley   /    030 Zone 3  Upper Valley

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IHWD News & INFORMATION

Septic Systems 101 webinar is scheduled for 7/17/2019. There's still time to get registered.

In this free training, you'll learn about septic system management as part of a larger strategy to protect the water in your private well. We will provide answers to common questions, such as: 

What is safe to flush down my drains?

Do I need to put additives in my septic tank?

How do I prolong the life of my system?

http://privatewellclass.org/septic-webinar?mc_cid=0798967301&mc_eid=64a1f8a5d9


 7/16/2019 - If you notice a decrease in water pressure, a hole in your service could be the cause. Please let us know if you notice reduced pressure as soon as possible. 


7/4/2019

Another great Fun Run 5K on the 4th of July - IHWD was happy to provide water to the racers throughout the course. 


6/18/2019                                                                          NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

You are notified that a Public Hearing will be held at the regular District Board Meeting to be held:

Date: Thursday July 18, 2019

Time: 6:30 pm

Place: Indian Hills Community Center, 5381 Parmalee Gulch Rd., Indian Hills, CO 80454

The Public Hearing will be held to discuss increasing the District’s Service Call labor rate from $25.00 to $50.00 per hour and the addition of a upcharge fee of 20% for parts supplied to customers. 

§ 32-1-1001(2)(a), C.R.S.


6/5/2019

Please notify the District if extraordinary water use is expected. Examples could be: establishing new yard plantings or filling a pool.   

                                                    

5/1/2019

Through Source Water Protection Grant Funding  Indian Hills Water District  continues to offer

Free Nitrate Well Testing

Please contact the Water District office for a sample bottle or bring an unfiltered well water sample in a clean plastic or glass container to the office.


4/19/2019

We have heard from several community members who are interested in participating in a IH Community Garden. 2019 will be a planning year for the garden. We are looking at locations and want to make sure it fits with the Master Plan for our facilities.  We will keep everyone posted as plans come together. 


3/2019 

Recent Customer Question: Does having the new meter at our house mean you’d know if a leak was on our line?

The new Badger Beacon meter will detect if there is a leak after the meter. It cannot measure water in the line before the meter. ***If there is any water showing up anywhere inside or out, it is better to be on the safe side and have us take a look. ***


2/12/19 

Nitrate Information:  The District's upper wells have higher raw water nitrate levels.   Our goal is to produce water with the lowest possible nitrate levels and we comply with all testing requirements. Over the last 2 weeks, the nitrate levels in our finished water range was 5.2 - 7.6. 

IHWD has two ways to mitigate the higher levels: 

1. Blend low nitrate water from the lower wells.

2. Process the water through the nitrate removal treatment system. 

A Board/Community task force researched new nitrate removal technologies for our District last year so that we can upgrade our treatment processes in the future and continue producing clean safe drinking water for our community.  

See the Water Quality tab for more information from the EPA on safe drinking water standards. 

District Calendar

The public is welcome and encouraged to attend Board meetings.  Agendas will be posted at least 24 hours before regular meetings in the community and online.  Special Meeting agendas will be posted at least 72 hours in advance.  Please refer to the Board of Directors tab for the Public Comment Policy. 

7/18/2019

Regular Board Meeting

6:30 pm

Indian Hills Community Center

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7/18/2019

Regular Board Meeting


6:30 pm

Indian Hills Community Center

8/15/2019

Regular Board Meeting

6:30 pm

Indian Hills Community Center

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8/15/2019

Regular Board Meeting


6:30 pm

Indian Hills Community Center

9/19/2019

Regular Board Meeting

6:30 pm

Indian Hills Community Center

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9/19/2019

Regular Board Meeting


6:30 pm

Indian Hills Community Center