Living on the prairie in Pueblo West, with over 300 sunny days, hot drying winds and low rainfall makes water conservation an essential part of our daily lives.
Our primary water source comes from the snowpack/snowmelt above Twin Lakes over Independence Pass. Each year, we are reliant upon Mother Nature to snow a great amount in those high Rocky Mountains to re-fill our drinking water supply.
A combination of variable snowpack, dry mountain soils and low dry riverbeds, directly impacts our drought conditions for our service area.
To protect our community's water future, we all need to conserve water each day in big and small ways.
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