Drinking Water Quality Reports (Consumer Confidence Reporting)
The District’s annual Drinking Water Quality Report (known as Consumer Confidence Report or “CCR”) are required by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Water Quality Control Division. Results from each calendar year are reported no later than June of the following year and are mailed or emailed to customers during the month of May with their April bill.
Lead and Copper Sampling (Required)
Lookout Mountain Water District takes testing of its water distribution system very seriously and is and has been in complete compliance with Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) regulations. Lead and copper sampling is performed every three years. Ten samples are taken and tested from within the distribution system. The locations of these tests are determined per the State, based on most likely areas to fail if lead and copper existed at dangerous levels. These tests were last taken in August 2020 with no exceedances of the CDPHE allowable limits. The next round of tests is scheduled for summer 2023.