Welcome to Morgan County Quality Water District
The district has provided over 40 years of service to our valued customers. We have taken great pride in providing a safe product to you, your families, and businesses. Please help us by understanding that water is a very precious commodity. Conservation and appropriate use should be at the forefront of everyone’s mind.
The District continues to be proactive in developing its water portfolio to ensure safe and reliable water supplies to meet the current and future water demands of the District’s customers.
Rate increases delayed!!
In light of the current pandemic’s economic effects, the District has decided to delay the increase in the monthly water rates that was scheduled to go into effect in the April billing schedule. The District will evaluate the situation on a month to month basis and determine when the rate increase will go into effect.
MCQWD is actively monitoring and responding to the COVID -19 pandemic.
At the March 17, 2020 Board of Directors meeting, the Board adopted a Resolution Extending the Declaration of a Local Disaster Emergency Pursuant to § 24-33.5-709, C.R.S. COVID-19 Disaster Emergency Declaration – Resolution 2020-03
We will continue to follow the advice of the CDC, CDPHE and other State and Local Governments and Agencies as we move forward. Our Goals are three-fold: protect the health of our staff and their families, do our part to prevent community spread, and continue to provide our community with a safe and reliable potable water supply.
We encourage customers to use remote options to reduce the chances of spreading the virus. We are available by telephone for any questions you may have. We do accept telephone credit card payments and have on-line payments available for your convenience, if you need log in credentials please call our office. We also have a utility payment drop box for payments. We will be happy to mail or email a receipt if you desire, simply mention it at the time of payment or leave a note with your dropped payment.
Below are links from the EPA and CDC regarding COVID-19 and drinking water.
This is obviously a very dynamic situation and adjustments may be necessary as directed by CDC, CDPHE, State and Local Governments and Agencies.
Kent A Pflager
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