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The Arapahoe County Water and Wastewater Authority will be testing new equipment that is attached to the ECCV water system from Thursday to Friday, March 3rd and Tuesday March 7th. This testing could cause temporary water discoloration for ECCV customers in the areas of Greenfield, Tuscany South, and Saddle Rock Ranches. The water is safe to use, but if you experience discoloration, allow your faucet to run on cold for a few minutes and the water should clear. If water doesn't clear after 15 minutes, please call ECCV at 303-693-3800. Thank you for your patience and we are sorry for the inconvenience.

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January 31, 2017 11:09 am

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January 11, 2017 6:38 am

ECCV customers now have the option to pay water bills by phone. Simply call ECCV at 303-693-3800 and press “6” to be routed to the automated payment system. You’ll want to have your account information handy as well as a credit or debit card.

November 17, 2016 2:48 pm

Fats, Oils and Grease (FOG) are food by-products that can severely damage a home’s drain line system as well as the sanitary sewer system.  FOG collect and eventually harden on the inside of the sewer pipes; preventing water from flowing and causing blockages.

Blockages in the sewer may cause Sanitary Sewer Overflows (SSOs), which potentially can cause raw sewage to spill into streets, lakes, streams, homes and businesses.

The best way to prevent blockages is to keep the FOG out of the drain line system.  Below is a list of Best Management Practices that will help to prolong the life of your drain line system and reduce the inconvenience and cost of line blockages.

 

Best Management Practices: What to do and what not to do