Eagle Meadow Odor Investigation

Eagle Meadow Odor Investigation

Update- January 30, 2023, 1:10 p.m.


The Bottle Water Advisory issued on January 28, 2023 for residents in the Eagle Meadow subdivision  is rescinded.

The Colorado Department of Health and Environment completed water quality testing on January 30, 2023.  Five samples were collected and tested for BTEX (Benzene, Toulene, Ethylene, and Xylene).  All samples were non detect for BTEX.

Investigation into the unusual odor remains ongoing and you will see related activity in the area.  The City of Dacono thanks residents for their cooperation.

Update- January 28, 2023, 5:20 p.m.

Bottled water is now available for Eagle Meadow residents at Rick Polland's house located on Kestrel Road.  MVFR Station #7, located at 161 Perry Lane, Dacono, CO 80514, continues to have water available. 

Update- January 28, 2023, 3:10 p.m.

Mountain View Fire Rescue has concluded air quality testing of homes in the Eagle Meadow subdivision.  No air quality issues were found.  Currently, MVFR crews are distributing a case of water to each home in Eagle Meadow.    

Update- January 28, 2023, 1:30 p.m.

Out of an abundance of caution, the City of Dacono is issuing a bottled water notice for residents in the Eagle Meadow subdivision until further notice. It is recommended that residents use bottled water for drinking, cooking, and also for pets.

Mountain View Fire Rescue is testing air quality at homes in the neighborhood, and state and county health departments are taking water samples and are testing this weekend.  The City of Dacono is working with experts to determine if there are any abnormal substances in the water.

 Eagle Meadows residents can pick up one free case of bottled water from MVFR Station #7, located at 161 Perry Lane, Dacono, CO 80514.

 At this point, there is no confirmation of a contaminant in the water system; this notice is entirely precautionary.

Dacono Water Supply

The City's water is treated by Central Weld County Water District (CWCWD). CWCWD has a water treatment plant at the base of Carter Lake. Carter Lake receives CBT water after it leaves Estes Park. CWCWD treats and delivers water to master meters located at various points surrounding the Dacono city limits. CWCWD is responsible for delivering water through its infrastructures, which it owns, operates and maintains, up to the master meters. After the master meters, the City is responsible for operating and maintaining the distribution system to its customers.