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Creede Consumer Confidence Report

We are pleased to present to you this year’s water quality report.  Our constant goal is to provide you with a safe and dependable supply of drinking water.

Click here to review the report for the 2019 calendar year.

 

Please contact Scott Johnson at 719-658-2276 ext. 4# with any questions or for public participation opportunities that may affect water quality.   

City of Creede Declaration of Emergency Related to COVID-19

In line with the recent Statewide emergency declaration for COVID-19, the City of Creede's Board of Trustees called an emergency meeting today, March 18, 2020, at 9AM to delcare an emergency at the local level (Resolution 2020-05).

The emergency declaration will allow Creede to be eligible for emergency funding should it be made available at the State and/or Federal level.

City of Creede's COVID-19 Action Plan

RESPONSE PLAN OVERVIEW

This plan is primarily intended to offer guidelines, strategies, frameworks and thought processes on how the City is ready to handle Coronavirus (COVID-19). But be aware that this plan may change as we adapt to the situation. This is a unique event that we are dealing with, and it is too fluid to have absolute answers. We ask our staff and citizens to remain flexible as we work through the challenges before us.

When in doubt, please ASK QUESTIONS .

Main Objectives and Priorities:

When working through this plan, please remember that our main priorities and objectives will remain the same :

1.,,, Safety, Health and Welfare: Our number one priority is to protect the safety, health and welfare of Creede\'s employees, family members, and the community. Please continue to use your best judgment to do SO.

2.,,, Reliable and High-Quality Service: The City of Creede looks to continue delivering exceptional services to its community, but only if we accomplish priority #1. The community is relying on us for a number of essential services, and this plan attempts to address how we can continue to make that happen.

3.,,, Be Flexible: There is a lot of mis-informationswirling about this situation. The only thing anyone really knows is that we can\'t be sure what to expect. However, if we can be flexible and stick together, we will be prepared for any challenge that presents itself. Therefore, anything in this document is subject to change, and we will do our best to keep everyone informed when that happens.

This plan is not perfect, but it will help make high quality decisions. We do not want this plan to cause concern or alarm - we all know that unfo1.tnded panic and angst wJ11 only exacerbate any sifu,a t on. If you have any questions or concerns, contact us at the city.

We appreciate your cooperation, on this matter.

Sincerely,

Town Manager, Louis Fineberg

TO VIEW THE TOWN\'S COVID-19 ACTION PLAN, CLICK HERE.

Public Notice: City of Creede Water

Per the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, the City of Creede is required to notify its citizens of a backflow prevention violation and the city\'s overal water quality. Below are the supporting documents...

The City of Creede would like to emphasize that the water is completely safe. These notices are required by the state to be posted in public view as well as mailed to each residence within the city. Letters have been mailed to the public on October 22, 2019.

Please contact our Public Works Director, Scott Johnson, with any questions or concerns.

publicworks@creedetownhall.com

(719)658-2276, ext. 4#