Planning for Longmont’s Future Water Needs

A capital improvements program to ensure Longmont can continue to provide enough drinking water to its residents at build out would cost more than $214.7 million over the coming 20 years. This figure includes the cost of repairing damages caused by last year’s flood, replacing aging infrastructure and expanding the system to address future needs.Continue reading “Planning for Longmont’s Future Water Needs”

Longmont Council Puts Waste Water System Upgrades on Ballot

In November 2011, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) issued a wastewater treatment discharge permit to the City that included new ammonia discharge limits and a compliance schedule for meeting those limits. The compliance schedule requires construction of additional treatment units and related improvements. The wastewater treatment system is also in needContinue reading “Longmont Council Puts Waste Water System Upgrades on Ballot”