Cottonwood Creek diversion
Installation of 24-inch water main on South Road
Reservoir #2 piping outlet installation
Cotton Wood Creek diversion with headgate
SCMWD workers complete a 12-inch water main pipe going east of the water treatment plant
Bessemer ditch diversion
Workers from SCMWD install a 24-inch main from the water treatment plant to 29th and South Road
Cleaning drain ditch west of reservoir #2
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Location & Office Hours

1397 Aspen Road
Pueblo, CO 81006

10 a.m. - 12 p.m. and
1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
(Monday - Friday)

How to Reach Us

By Phone: (719) 542-4380
By Fax: (719) 542-4862
In An Emergency:
(719) 542-4380

2016 Holiday Closures

Thanksgiving Day
Nov. 24
Christmas Day
Dec. 25

Water Rate Tables

Below is a list of the past water rate tables as approved by the St. Charles Mesa Water District Board
2016
2015
2014

Consumer Confidence Reports

Below are the yearly Consumer Confidence Reports (in Adobe PDF) as released by the St. Charles Mesa Water District.

2015 2013
2014 2012

If you don't have Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the above documents in pdf, you can download it for FREE by clicking the logo below.

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Board Meetings

The SCMWD Board meetings are held on the second Wednesday of every month.
The 2016 dates and upcoming 2017 dates are listed below. The meeting agenda is posted at the District office.


2016 Calendar

Dec. 14


2017 Calendar

Jan 11 Feb. 8
Mar. 8 April 12
May 10 June 14
July 12 Aug. 9
Sept. 13 Oct. 11
Nov. 8 Dec. 13

SCMWD In The News

St. Charles Mesa Board OK's 3.5 percent Hike
November 5, 2015
The Pueblo Chieftain

Water District Votes 'Dry' on Pot
March 11, 2014
The Pueblo Chieftain

SCMWD Releases

Below are press releases written by St. Charles Mesa Water District (SCMWD) for the media and public consumption.

Prohibition of Use of District Water
(March 21, 2014)

Watering Guide (Winter)

  1. Customers leaving there homes for a few days. Need to leave there heat on in their homes. Never shut it completely off.
  2. Customers leaving for extended (week or more) periods should consider having the water shut off.
  3. During periods that the temperature is below 0. They could let a faucet drip. This small amount keeps the water moving so the lines don't freeze.
  4. During periods when there is snow on the ground. Don't uncover your water meter. The snow works as a insulator.

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