Residents may notice a slight change in the taste of their water June 11
City of Boulder water customers in Gunbarrel, Heatherwood, Hoover Hills, and areas north of Arapahoe Avenue and east of Foothills Parkway may notice a slight change in the taste of their water on Monday, June 11, when the Boulder Reservoir Water Treatment Plant switches water intake sources from the Boulder Feeder Canal to the Boulder Reservoir.
Service changes are a normal part of water treatment and distribution operations. No service interruptions are expected while the water source change occurs.
Water customers in western Boulder will not be affected because they receive their water from Barker Reservoir via the Betasso Water Treatment Facility.
For more information about Boulder’s water resources or drinking water quality, contact Water Quality and Environmental Services at 303-413-7400 or visit www.boulderwater.net.
CootLake Walkabout on June 14
Join Matt Claussen, urban resource manager for the BoulderParks and Recreation Department, for a walk around the CootLake area from to on Thursday, June 14, to discuss the Boulder Reservoir Master Plan and how it relates to future management of the area. The public is invited to walk along and discuss issues surrounding wildlife, habitat protection, dog management and general visitor use.
CootLake is located at 5600 N. 63rd St. Participants will meet at the Tom Watson parking lot, directly east of CootLake. Please dress appropriately for the weather.
For more information about CootLake, visit the Parks and Recreation website at: www.boulderparks-rec.org, and click on “Parks” on the left hand side or call Matt Claussen, 303-413-7258.