Friday’s “Boil Water Notice” for Indian Peaks Subdivision was lifted today at 5:30pm. The city determined that the E Coli contaminated water had been eliminated. Water is now considered safe to drink without boiling.
Yesterday the city was alerted by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment that a water sample tested positive for E Coli, around the area of 95th and Baseline.
The city flushed the infected areas with extra chlorine, to “disinfect and cleanse the lines.”
Lafayette will investigate the incident this coming week.
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