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A message from the Director of Loveland Water and Power

Water and Power staff are prepared to respond to any emergencies such as a water main break or power outage

Post Date:03/26/2020

Good Day to all our City of Loveland Water and Power customers – The COVID-19 situation continues to change and evolve even as I sit here writing this piece. What’s going to happen tomorrow? Next week? Next month? Unfortunately, I can’t give you an answer to those questions, but what I can give you is this assurance: that the men and women of the Department of Water and Power will be on the job ensuring that the water keeps flowing, the power is on, and that clean, treated wastewater is returned to the Big Thompson River.

City and Department management are in constant touch with local, state, and federal health officials. We here at Water and Power receive continuous input, guidance, and recommendations from our many professional associations including the American Water Works Association, the Water Environment Federation, and the American Public Power Association. We are also in close contact with the City’s wholesale electric power provider Platte River Power Authority. They have taken a host of precautions to ensure that the reliable power we depend on is maintained.

Water and Power staff are prepared to respond to any emergencies such as a water main break or power outage – just like they are around the clock every single day of the year. The City of Loveland can be proud of these men and women – of their knowledge, their professionalism, and their dedication to the public health and safety of this community.

Hang in there. Be strong. And be confident in your Department of Water and Power.

Joe Bernosky
Director of Water and Power

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