WATER DEPARTMENT

Fix-a-Leak

Not only will fixing household leaks save money on your monthly bills, it saves water for our community. This annual event encourages residents to find and fix household leaks – but remember – you can find and fix leaks inside and outside your home or business all year long to save valuable water.

  • Take the 10-minute challenge to identify where leaks exist 

  • Check out this handy guide by the EPA to address leaky faucets, toilets, showerheads, and sprinkler systems. Or, if you’re not into DIY, call a plumber.

 

Total Coliform Rule (TCR) Public Notices

Date

Link

 

File Type

2018

None

 

2017

None

 

2016

None

 

2015

None

 

2014

Public Notice for Reporting Requirement Not Met for Spanish Peaks

PDF

2013

None

 

2012

Public Notice for Total Coliform Test Result

PDF

 

Water Quality

 

Consumer Confidence Rule (CCR)

A Consumer Confidence Report (CCR), can be called an annual water quality report or a drinking water quality report. It provides information on your local drinking water quality. Every community water supplier must provide an annual report by July 1 of each year to its customers, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Consumer Confidence Report Rule.

The federal CCR rule requires all community water systems (CWS) to provide annual drinking water quality reports to their customers by July 1st.  CWS’s that serve more than 500 but less than 10,000 persons are required to publish their report in one or more local newspapers.  The Big Sky Water & Sewer District fits into this category, so the CCR is published in the Lone Peak Lookout each year.  Click the links above to view the CCR’s for the District’s water system for past years.  The office also has hard copies available upon request.

Each CCR has a summary table for each permitted public water system which includes- Aspen Groves, the Meadow Village and Mountain Village Water systems.  For more information about the CCR visit the EPA website:

www.epa.gov/safewater/ccr1.html

           

Consumer Confidence Report Links

 

National Drinking Water Standards Links

2018 2017 2016 2015       >  Drinking Water Standards
2014 2013 2012 2011       >  EPA National Primary
2010 2009 2008 20073    
2006 2005 20042 2003    
20022 20012 20001 19991    
1 *Includes Meadow and Mountain Village water systems
2 *Includes Meadow, Mountain & Aspen Groves water systems
3 *Beginning 2007 the CCR report includes Spanish Peaks Resort Water System

General Water Quality Information

 

Aspen Groves Water System General Water Quality Results

  Aspen Groves
Parameter Wells 1 & 2
Calcium 1 mg/l
Magnesium <1 mg/l
Potassium <1 mg/l
Sodium 127 mg/l
Hardness, Total as CaCO3 4 mg/l
Chloride 4 mg/l
Sulfate 20 mg/l
Alkalinity as CaCO3 253 mg/l
Bicarbonate 267 mg/l
Carbonate 21 mg/l
Specific Conductance @ 25C 550 umhos/cm
Solids, Total Dissolved – Calculated 326 mg/l
pH 8.2 s.u.
Nitrogen, Nitrate plus Nitrite <0.05 mg/l
Iron, total 0.18 mg/l
Sulfide  
Fluoride* 1.56 mg/L
   
 

Meadow Village Water System General Water Quality Results

  Meadow Meadow  HV
Parameter Wells 1 & 2 Well #3 Well #1
Calcium 71 mg/l 81 mg/l 57 mg/l
Magnesium 16 mg/l 18 mg/l 13 mg/l
Potassium 2 mg/l 2 mg/l 2 mg/l
Sodium 11 mg/l 13 mg/l 3 mg/l
Hardness, Total as CaCO3 243 mg/l 279 mg/l 198 mg/l
Chloride 18 mg/l 40 mg/l 2 mg/l
Sulfate 19 mg/l 40 mg/l 7 mg/l
Alkalinity as CaCO3 204 mg/l 190 mg/l 194 mg/l
Bicarbonate 249 mg/l 232 mg/l 237 mg/l
Carbonate <1 mg/l <1 mg/l <1 mg/l
Specific Conductance @ 25C 495 umhos/cm 603 umhos/cm 386 umhos/cm
Solids, Total Dissolved – Calculated 288 mg/l 343 mg/l 217 mg/l
pH 6.9 s.u. 6.7 s.u. 6.7 s.u.
Nitrogen, Nitrate plus Nitrite 2.61 mg/l 4.58 mg/l 0.44 mg/l
Iron, total <0.03 mg/l <0.03 mg/l <0.03 mg/l
Sulfide      
Fluoride* 0.10 mg/L 0.12 mg/L 0.12 mg/L
       
 

Mountain Village Water System General Water Quality

Results

  Mountain Wells
Parameter 1, 2, 3, 4 & 7
Calcium 17 mg/l
Magnesium 5 mg/l
Potassium ND
Sodium 8 mg/l
Hardness, Total as CaCO3 63 mg/l
Chloride 3 mg/l
Sulfate 6 mg/l
Alkalinity as CaCO3 68 mg/l
Bicarbonate 83 mg/l
Carbonate ND
Specific Conductance @ 25C 141 umhos/cm
Solids, Total Dissolved – Calculated 98 mg/l
pH 7.1 s.u.
Nitrogen, Nitrate plus Nitrite 0.33 mg/l
Iron, total 0.09 mg/l
Sulfide  
Fluoride* <0.1 mg/L
   
 
*Fluoride is considered an Inorganic chemical and is not
sampled for under “domestic” use
parameters.
 
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Total Coliform Rule (TCR) Public Notices

Date

Link

 

File Type

2018

None

 

2017

None

 

2016

None

 

2015

None

 

2014

Public Notice for Reporting Requirement Not Met for Spanish Peaks

PDF

2013

None

 

2012

Public Notice for Total Coliform Test Result

PDF

 

 

Water Quality

 

Consumer Confidence Rule (CCR)

A Consumer Confidence Report (CCR), can be called an annual water quality report or a drinking water quality report. It provides information on your local drinking water quality. Every community water supplier must provide an annual report by July 1 of each year to its customers, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Consumer Confidence Report Rule.

The federal CCR rule requires all community water systems (CWS) to provide annual drinking water quality reports to their customers by July 1st.  CWS’s that serve more than 500 but less than 10,000 persons are required to publish their report in one or more local newspapers.  The Big Sky Water & Sewer District fits into this category, so the CCR is published in the Lone Peak Lookout each year.  Click the links above to view the CCR’s for the District’s water system for past years.  The office also has hard copies available upon request.

Each CCR has a summary table for each permitted public water system which includes- Aspen Groves, the Meadow Village and Mountain Village Water systems.  For more information about the CCR visit the EPA website:

www.epa.gov/safewater/ccr1.html

      

Consumer Confidence Report Links

 

National Drinking Water Standards Links

2018201720162015     >  Drinking Water Standards
2014201320122011     >  EPA National Primary
20102009200820073  
20062005200422003  
20022200122000119991  

1 *Includes Meadow and Mountain Village water systems
2 *Includes Meadow, Mountain & Aspen Groves water systems
3 *Beginning 2007 the CCR report includes Spanish Peaks Resort Water System

General Water Quality Information

 

Aspen Groves Water System General Water Quality Results

 Aspen Groves
ParameterWells 1 & 2
Calcium1 mg/l
Magnesium<1 mg/l
Potassium<1 mg/l
Sodium127 mg/l
Hardness, Total as CaCO34 mg/l
Chloride4 mg/l
Sulfate20 mg/l
Alkalinity as CaCO3253 mg/l
Bicarbonate267 mg/l
Carbonate21 mg/l
Specific Conductance @ 25C550 umhos/cm
Solids, Total Dissolved – Calculated326 mg/l
pH8.2 s.u.
Nitrogen, Nitrate plus Nitrite<0.05 mg/l
Iron, total0.18 mg/l
Sulfide 
Fluoride*1.56 mg/L
  
 

Meadow Village Water System General Water Quality Results

 MeadowMeadow HV
ParameterWells 1 & 2Well #3Well #1
Calcium71 mg/l81 mg/l57 mg/l
Magnesium16 mg/l18 mg/l13 mg/l
Potassium2 mg/l2 mg/l2 mg/l
Sodium11 mg/l13 mg/l3 mg/l
Hardness, Total as CaCO3243 mg/l279 mg/l198 mg/l
Chloride18 mg/l40 mg/l2 mg/l
Sulfate19 mg/l40 mg/l7 mg/l
Alkalinity as CaCO3204 mg/l190 mg/l194 mg/l
Bicarbonate249 mg/l232 mg/l237 mg/l
Carbonate<1 mg/l<1 mg/l<1 mg/l
Specific Conductance @ 25C495 umhos/cm603 umhos/cm386 umhos/cm
Solids, Total Dissolved – Calculated288 mg/l343 mg/l217 mg/l
pH6.9 s.u.6.7 s.u.6.7 s.u.
Nitrogen, Nitrate plus Nitrite2.61 mg/l4.58 mg/l0.44 mg/l
Iron, total<0.03 mg/l<0.03 mg/l<0.03 mg/l
Sulfide   
Fluoride*0.10 mg/L0.12 mg/L0.12 mg/L
    
 

Mountain Village Water System General Water Quality

Results

 Mountain Wells
Parameter1, 2, 3, 4 & 7
Calcium17 mg/l
Magnesium5 mg/l
PotassiumND
Sodium8 mg/l
Hardness, Total as CaCO363 mg/l
Chloride3 mg/l
Sulfate6 mg/l
Alkalinity as CaCO368 mg/l
Bicarbonate83 mg/l
CarbonateND
Specific Conductance @ 25C141 umhos/cm
Solids, Total Dissolved – Calculated98 mg/l
pH7.1 s.u.
Nitrogen, Nitrate plus Nitrite0.33 mg/l
Iron, total0.09 mg/l
Sulfide 
Fluoride*<0.1 mg/L
  
 
*Fluoride is considered an Inorganic chemical and is not
sampled for under “domestic” use
parameters.
 
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