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Crews flush hydrants in southwest Cheyenne
Water crews are flushing hydrants in neighborhoods between Interstate 80 and College Drive and between Parsley Boulevard and Walterscheid Boulevard. Customers in this area may temporarily experience discolored water. What to do if water is discolored.
What should you do if water is discolored?
Run cold water from a hose or faucet for 10 minutes to clear the water. Avoid doing laundry or using hot water while the water is discolored. This will prevent sediment from being drawn onto clothes or into the water heater. Read on...
Summer Watering Schedules
From May 1 to September 1, no watering between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. Water lawns and landscapes up to three days per week. More...
Expect elevated flows in Crow Creek
Granite, Crystal and North Crow Reservoirs are full. The natural flows in Crow Creek are expected to safely flow over the reservoir spillways and return to the creek. This can result in higher than expected flows east of Curt Gowdy State Park. Additional Info...
BOPU releases water quality report
Results from water quality monitoring conducted during 2013 are available in the 2013 Consumer Confidence Report. The report concludes that Cheyenne's water continues to be safe. View the report...
Water and sewer projects for the week beginning April 21
The BOPU expects construction activity on Cottonwood Drive, East 28th Street, O'Neil Avenue and Seymour Avenue Read on...