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Brighton Utilities Update -- For Week ending 02/01/13

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Brighton Utilities Update -- For Week ending 02/01/13

Watershop  Utility Locating – Responded and marked 27 utility locate requests  Emergency Call-outs – Responded to 8 after hour call outs  Water Main Breaks – 12th & Bridge St. – repaired water line break  Collections Back-ups -  1282 Strong St. - possible sewer back up – City issue  N. 11th Ct. & 12th Ave.- Sewer back up

 Daily average Plant Influent Flow 1.982 Million Gallons per Day

RO Plant
 January 20 - January 26, the average water demand was 2.50 million gallons per
day.
 The peak day demand was 2.63 million gallons and this occurred on Thursday,
January the 24.
 5,250,000 gallons of water were treated during this period.
 12,364,000 were received through the supplemental supply transmission line.
 For the week of January 20, an average of 70.7% of the water consumed in the
City of Brighton was treated by the City of Thornton.
Water Resource
 The U.S. Drought Monitor Index is at a D2 – Severe Drought as of January 22 for
the Brighton area. The NOAA Seasonal Drought Outlook for January 17 through
April 30 forecasts persisting drought conditions.
 Snowpack is a critical component to the City’s ability to fill reservoirs. Current
SWE (snow water equivalent) remains at 55% of average (as of January 29) per
SNOTEL.
 Reservoir storage:
 South Platte Basin is 51% full
 Beebe Draw Basin is 46% full
Utility Billing
 2,187 online payments with Xpress Bill Pay.

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