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“Where Eagles Soar”
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A gateway to southern Colorado, Pueblo West offers endless outdoor and water recreation opportunities, a vibrant cultural environment and a rich, colorful history.
From adrenaline-pumping white water rafting along the Arkansas River to artistically capturing breathtaking vistas, Pueblo West has an adventure for everyone.
Voluntary Odd and Even Outdoor Watering Days
By request of the Pueblo West Metropolitan District Board of Directors;
Beginning Friday, March 1, all water users in the Pueblo West Metro District are being asked to follow a voluntary odd and even water schedule continuing through the end of September.
The schedule is as follows;
- properties that end in an Odd number will be allowed to water on odd days of the month, (1, 3, 5, etc.)
- properties that end in an Even number will be allowed to water on even days of the month, (2, 4, 6, etc.)
- all outdoor watering will be restricted to the hours between 8:00pm and 8:00am
- to maintain an equal number of watering days, there will be no watering on the 31st of any month between March and September.
Maintenance on valves and fire hydrants
The Pueblo West Water Utilities Department will be conducting two maintenance programs to ensure Pueblo West street valves are properly turned and working smoothly.
The programs will continue through the summer and possibly into the fall, depending on the weather. Done on our roadways, officials are asking the residents to use caution driving when utility workers are present.
Fire hydrant maintenance will also be done throughout the District. Properly greased and the testing of water pressure will assure that hydrants are in good working order. If homeowners see water in the vicinity of a fire hydrant, there is no need to be alarmed.
For more information, call 547-3554.
In the Spotlight
The Metro District starts 2013 with naming the Employees of the Month.