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Wastewater Permit Regulation Information

NOTICE The City of Creede recently received a new wastewater discharge permit from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment that imposes effluent limits not controllable by our current wastewater treatment practices., The City of Creede is requesting an adjudicatory hearing with the CDPHE requesting an administrative stay on the discharge permit., The administrative stay will allow the town time to collect data to contest the new regulations. System users should be aware that, despite the City’s efforts, the new wastewater permit is very likely to go into effect, resulting in increased costs for our system users, significant capital improvements to our treatment plant, increased staffing costs, and increased operation and maintenance costs. Please take the time to review the wastewater permit and information on its implications below., The City of Creede will make additional information pertaining to permit changes public as it becomes available.,

COG Grant Available

The Board of Trustees seeks citizen input on a grant opportunity from the San Luis Valley Council of Governments., The grant is a 1 to 1 cash match grant for up to $10,000., It will be awarded to projects that demonstrate contributions to economic development in Creede including, but not necessarily limited to: 1. Economic Development projects including facade improvements, energy efficiency assessments and improvements, Main Street/Community assessments, and community mapping, 2. Small scale capital improvements projects, 3. Development of marketing/promotional resources such as a website for the municipality or county, 4. Planning studies/analysis for municipality/county use, 5. Training or meeting facilitation Do you have ideas for a grant project that you would like to see the City of Creede pursue?, Please submit them to clerk@creedetownhall.com or join the community conversation on our facebook page.,