Water Restrictions

May 24, 2012--Mountain Village to limit water use (Telluride Daily Planet)

With a quickly diminishing snowpack in the region, the Town of Mountain Village has taken the precaution of setting limits on residential water usage. The restrictions will take effect June 1 and are precautionary, according to Mountain Village Public Works Director Finn Kjome. The restrictions will apply to residents north of Mountain Village Boulevard and Elk Run.


April 13, 2011--With drought over, water restrictions get second look at some local utilities (Los Angeles Times)

Some local residents could see an easing of strict watering rules after the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California decided to stop rationing water to local utilities. After Gov.


July 23, 2010--Bayfield water limits (Pine River Times)

The Pine River has gone “on call,” which means many of Bayfield's water rights will not be available for water treatment. The town purchases storage water from the Pine River Irrigation District to ensure there is adequate water during dry spells.


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