For nearly 40 years, the Snake River Water District has worked to reliably provide clean, quality drinking water and fire protection to the Keystone valley 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The District manages, operates, and maintains 8 wells, 2 water treatment plants, 4 storage tanks, 1 pump station, and almost 30 miles of distribution pipe that provide drinking water and fire protection to thousands of residents, businesses, and visitors each year.
Please join us for a public meeting to discuss future water improvements, financing, and rate changes.
The first meeting will be livestreamed on the District’s new Facebook page at
1:00 pm on Thursday, July 22.
Two in-person meetings will be held at the District’s office located at
0050 Oro Grande Drive in Keystone:
Thursday, July 22 at 6:30 pm
Wednesday, August 4 at 6:30 pm
View the Future of Snake River Water District
Population growth, changing regulations, and aging infrastructure are continual challenges for providing drinking water to our region. The District is committed to being proactive to address these issues and provide reliable, uninterrupted service to our customers.
The District recently completed a Water System Master Plan to provide guidance and prioritization of short term and long term projects to meet challenges over the next ten years. As a follow up, the District completed financial analysis to chart a course on funding options for improvements.
View Our Drinking Water Quality Report
Snake River Water District is proud to share our 2021 Drinking Water Quality Report for the calendar year 2020. For over 40 years, SRWD has provided plentiful, safe drinking water to residents and visitors alike.
Please be advised that this Drinking Water Quality Report will not be mailed to individual property owners. In addition to being posted here on our website, a copy was published in the Summit Daily Journal on June 18, 2021, a copy is posted at the Snake River Water District’s offices, and we will send a copy to an owner upon request.
For more information regarding the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Drinking Water Quality, and Consumer Information, and Compliance, please visit the CDPHE’s website drinking water pages.