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North Metro, Boulder County and the City and County of Broomfield water suppliers, including the Left Hand Water District, City of Boulder, City of Lafayette, City of Longmont, Town of Erie, City of Louisville, City of Arvada, Northglenn, Town of Superior, City of Thornton and Westminster are urging residents to consider ways to reduce water use at their home or business as spring and summer approach.
Despite the heavy snow that hit the front range in March, mountain snowpack is still below average in some areas, and streamflow levels are expected to be low-to-average in the upcoming season. As of March 23, 2021, dry conditions still cover 100% of the state with 62% of the state in severe, extreme, or exceptional drought categories, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor. The low-to-average levels of snowpack, coupled with 2020 being a record hot, dry year with wildfires that affected critical watershed areas has sent many North Metro areas into Drought Watch, where water conditions are closely monitored to make determinations on if water restrictions will be necessary.
All water customers in the North Metro area are encouraged to find ways to save water now to help prevent drought restrictions and maintain water supply throughout the summer. Please see the full release for recommendations and further information.
The Left Hand Water District currently has the following job openings: Distribution Technician I-IV; Water Distribution Foreman; and Executive Assistant. Please visit our Employment Opportunities page for position details and application instructions.
From the District’s partners at Resource Central:
COVID-19 INFO: Resource Central’s consultation season starts in June, and we’re planning for a healthier, less-isolated tomorrow! In the case that COVID-19 is still a present threat come June, we are ready and able to make accommodations for the safety of our staff and customers. Sign up now to reserve your spot for the summer, and we’ll keep you in the loop on all virus-related developments as our season approaches.
Working through your spring-cleaning checklist? Don’t forget about your sprinkler system! Left Hand Water District in partnership with Resource Central is offering FREE sprinkler consultations starting in June. Resource Central’s sprinkler technicians will test your system and provide you with a customized watering schedule plus DIY maintenance tips to keep your sprinklers running at their best this summer. Sign up today to request your summer appointment! More info at ResourceCentral.org/Sprinklers.
In light of the COVID-19 situation, the District does not currently have our usual spring gardening classes scheduled. We hope to try to host a seminar later this year if possible. In the meantime, we encourage customers to visit the Waterwise Education Series of webinars being offered by our partners at Resource Central for expert-led sessions that provide practical solutions for all gardening levels to make yards more water-efficient and beautiful. All events are free to attend and open to everyone!
The Left Hand Water District has closed its administrative office building to the public until further notice. The District will continue to provide services to customers, with staff rotating work schedules or working remotely or in the field. Payments can be made over the phone or online through Xpress Bill Pay; customers are strongly encouraged to make payments via these methods.
Please be assured our water remains safe to drink; the District follows drinking water regulations that have been established to prevent waterborne pathogens, including COVID-19, from contaminating drinking water. Please visit the Environmental Protection Agency’s webpage for more information on the Coronavirus and Drinking Water and Wastewater. The District will continue to monitor information from state and local officials and work diligently to take measures to ensure the safety of customers and staff. Please feel free to contact the District at 303-530-4200 with any questions.
The District has recently been made aware of at least one incident where a nearby resident received an automated call from what appeared to be the Left Hand Water District indicating an issue with a payment card. This has become a common scheme, where fraudsters can “spoof” a number and make the caller ID appear as though it comes from a utility company, and calls with a warning that service is in danger of being disconnected immediately if payment is not made. Residents should be aware that any account in arrears that may be subject to disconnection for non-payment would be sent written notice. It is very rare that District staff would contact a customer directly regarding an account, and even in those cases payment options would be offered through our website; District personnel would not demand credit card or bank information over the phone. We also do not accept prepaid cards or gift cards as payment. If you receive a suspicious call, hang up immediately. If you have any concerns regarding your account, contact our office at 303-530-4200 or log in to your Xpress Bill Pay account to review your account. Do not contact any number you are given or that displays on the caller ID, as those will likely contact the scammers.
District customers are encouraged to be wary of door-to-door water filtration system sales people making false claims regarding the quality of drinking water. Several incidents have been reported within the District, and many around the country, where individuals have approached residents attempting to sell water filtration or treatment systems and provide inaccurate information. Residents should beware of any sales pitch involving in-home “water quality tests” – often these are used to “prove” contamination, but in reality only indicate the presence of naturally-occurring minerals in the water. The District’s constant goal is to provide safe and dependable water, and our drinking water meets or exceeds all federal and state water quality standards. Our annual Consumer Confidence Report, which provides information about the water and services we provide, can be accessed on our Water Quality page, and our Water Treatment staff are always happy to answer questions regarding water quality. They can be contacted by calling the District’s office at 303-530-4200. Customers with further questions or concerns can also contact the Colorado Health Department Drinking Water Program, which is the primary state agency responsible for enforcement of water quality standards.
The District’s Drought Management Plan was reviewed during the April 20, 2017 Board of Directors meeting. Based on the anticipated supply and demand it was determined that there will be no mandatory watering restrictions required at this time. That the District does not have to restrict water use is a testament to the water wise use and prudent conservation practiced by our customers. As always, we continue to recommend that customers practice voluntary reduction measures both inside and out of the home. For information on our Water Conservation Programs including rebate programs, outdoor irrigation audits, and spring water wise garden classes please review the Water Conservation page for more information: http://lefthandwater.org/water-conservation/water-conservation-page/
“Distraction Burglary” is a method of burglarizing a home that is becoming more common. “Distraction Burglary” involves a “visitor,” typically posing as someone from a service company such as a roofer or tree trimmer or a utility such as an electric or water company, distracts the homeowner with a tale of some kind of repair that needs done or work they’re doing in the area, and an accomplice then burglarizes the home while the homeowner is distracted. The most frequent targets for these types of burglaries are the elderly and vulnerable.
The Left Hand Water District reminds customers: please take steps to protect yourself from such an incident. Left Hand Water District field personnel will always be driving vehicles identifiable by the District’s logo, and will always be wearing District uniforms – shirts, jackets, etc., that have the District name and logo on them. Anyone who is approached by someone claiming to be a utility worker should be cautious and look for identifiable uniforms and vehicle markings. If you aren’t sure, don’t give the person access to your home; in the case of someone claiming to be on official business, contact the agency to confirm they are on legitimate business – the District’s main line (303-530-4200) can be called any time and District staff or our after-hours answering service can verify the identity of technicians if it is legitimately a District employee. Suspicious activity should be reported to the appropriate Sheriff’s office or Police Department.