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Posted on: August 15, 2022

Water Treatment Plant Project

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The City of Brighton is embarking on its most ambitious water project to date to improve and expand its water treatment plant (WTP).

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Posted on: June 14, 2022

City Council approves water rate reset and water treatment plant fee

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In a 7 (yes) to 1 (no) vote (Councilmember Matt Johnston), City Council approved changes to water rates, a water treatment plant fee to finance the non-growth related costs of the project, and enhancements to the City’s Customer Assistance Program.

The res...

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Utilities Department
Posted on: June 1, 2022

Construction of new water storage tank nearing completion

Work is nearing completion on the construction of a new elevated two million-gallon capacity water storage tank located at Water Tower Park, just off of Bridge Street, east of N. 40th Avenue. The tank will be raised to its permanent height on Sunday, June...

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Utilities Department
Posted on: June 2, 2022

City of Brighton launches water incentives program

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Help conserve water and be rewarded with a credit on your utility bill through the City of Brighton’s new water incentive program. If you reduce your normal use by 20-percent for the months of May - September, you will be credited on your bill. If your no...

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Utilities Department
Posted on: June 2, 2022

North pond at Brighton Park to be drained as part of water-saving project

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Work to drain the north pond at the Brighton Recreation Center to install a geosynthetic clay liner began on June 1. Installing the new liner will help to mitigate loss of water from the pond and save the City of Brighton thousands of dollars.

Fencing will...

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Utilities Department
Posted on: June 8, 2022

City Council approves restrictions for irrigation and outdoor water use

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To help conserve water in the City and reduce peak demand during the summer months, watering restrictions for irrigation and outdoor water use have been approved by City Council in a 7 (yes) to 0 (no) vote (with one absence - Mayor Gregory Mills) at the J...

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Utilities Department