For those of you who picked up water bottles and jugs from the Community Center today, please come by tomorrow from 11 am until 3 pm to refill. For those of you who haven’t had a chance to stop by the Community Center, they are opened until 7 pm tonight. You can fill your own jugs or pick up bottled water.
Thank you Community Center Staff. Water bottles are available at the Community Center. We encourage residents to bring jugs to fill for drinking water and buckets to fill tubs for flushing toilets.
The town will update a recorded message at 303-258-3088 as the status of the water main break changes.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
The water will be shut off at 9 am today in the area:
North of 1st Street, South of 4th Street and West of Bridge Street
Please prepare for it to be turned off for the next few days. Suggestion: Fill bath tubs for water to flush toilets.
Also, the Community Center will have bottled water available at 10am.
Thank you for your patience.
At this time, most of the water in the Town of Nederland has been restored and is potable (safe to drink and use for food preparation), including restaurants in Downtown. Thank you Public Works staff!
Specific areas around town still remain with no water. Please note residual water in the pipes in these areas may not be safe to drink. These areas include:
The areas west of Bridge Street, South of 4th Street and North of 1st street. People in these areas should not drink the water or give it to pets. Bottled water will be available at the Community Center starting at 10am this morning.
Public Works staff continues their dedicated efforts to remedy the situation. Please check back for updates.
People living in the area of town without water services can pick up bottled water in the lobby of the Community Center starting at 10 am. After noon tomorrow, they can also bring their own containers to fill.
Unfortunately, the area north of Bridge street between 1st and 4th is still without water. The staff is trying to find a company to come up to Nederland and use a leak detector to locate the origination point of the break in the pipe. This may take some time. Thank you for your patience.
Thanks to the diligent efforts of the town’s public works staff, water has been restored in most areas. The areas west of Bridge Street, South of 4th Street and North of 1st street are still without water and people should not drink the water or give it to pets. The public works staff continues its efforts to address this situation.
WATER MAIN BREAK NEAR THE ROUND-ABOUT
Public Works is working diligently to fix the water main break located near the round-about. If your water is running brown, please do not use for human/animal consumption – it’s OK to flush toilets. Eventually during the repair, water will most likely be shut off for all residents/business’ in the surrounding area. Once the extent of the repairs has been determined we will update as to when water will be restored. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation as we work to resolve the situation as quickly as possible. Thank you, Public Works.