Water System Information

waterous.jpg We at Widefield Water and Sanitation District are a small team of committed professionals dedicated to providing the highest quality of water to our community. 

Water and Sanitation District has Eleven (11) groundwater source wells available for use from the Widefield Aquifer and Three (3) groundwater source wells from the Jimmy Camp Aquifer. We also receive 1,425 Acre Feet (464,337,675 Gallons) of water from Fountain Valley Authority's Water Treatment Plant annually. This water is pumped from Pueblo Reservoir to the treatment plant which is located just south of The City of Fountain. We maintain 4423 valves, 1049 hydrants, and 150 miles of distribution mains varying in size from 2 inches to 36 inches in diameter. The District owns and operates 5 treated water storage tanks with a combined capacity of 9.5 million gallons, 5 booster pump stations, and 20 buildings throughout the District. Our water quality meets all the Colorado Health Department and EPA Drinking Water Regulations. We take samples at 30 different locations each month for bacteriological and chlorine analysis.

 If you have any questions or would like a tour of the Water System, call Logan Mayer, Water Department Supervisor at 719-955-0548 or the Water On-Call Operator at 719-392-5534.