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50th Anniversary

Community Events


Bear Creek Water and Sanitation District's Chairman and President, David Lighthart presented a certificate of appreciation to Dale Miller for 5 Years of service and dedication as a Board Member on November 12, 2012
Ernest Clore, Vice-President and Vice-Chairman of Bear Creek Water and Sanitation District presented a certificate of appreciation to Wade Wheatlake of Merrick and Company for 10 years of service as Field Engineer for the District on April 25, 2012
September 16, 2011- Charles M. Dwyer pictured at the 2011 SDA conference in Breckenridge, CO accepting his award for Board Member of the Year
Charles M. "Charlie" Dwyer, Treasurer of Bear Creek Water and Sanitation District received the Board Member of the Year award at the 2011 Special Districts conference in Breckenridge, CO.  Charlie was nominated by the District for his business acumen and incorporationg excellence into all levels of District Operations.  In addition to his many duties as a Board member for both the District and the Special District Property and Liability Pool, Charlie actively provides his expertise in insurance as a teacher, consultant, and financial manager to Chartered Property Casualty Underwiters. His contributions to policy and procedure have resulted in a more refined and efficient budgeting and auditing process, and under his direction, the District's insurance portfolio more closely meets the needs of the District in a cost-effective manner.
August 5, 2010 - A plaque is presented to C&L Water Solutions, Inc. for 25 years of exemplary performance and outstanding dedication as Bear Creek Water and Sanitation District's Maintenance Contractors. Shown from L to R- Christopher Larson, Jason Larson, Bear Creek Water and Sanitation District Chairman David W. Lighthart, Chrystalla Larson and Larry R. Larson


Planning a home improvement or landscaping project? Don't make assumptions about whether or not you should get your utility lines marked, every digging job requires a call or email to the Utility Notification Center of Colorado (UNCC) – even small projects like planting trees and shrubs. The depth of utility lines varies and there may be multiple utility lines in a common area. Digging without calling can disrupt service to an entire neighborhood, harm you and those around you and potentially result in fines and repair costs.

One easy phone call to 811 or email request starts the process to get your underground utility lines marked for free. When you call 811 or email from anywhere in  Colorado, your call will be routed to UNCC. UNCC operators will ask you for the location of your digging job and route your call to affected utility companies. Your utility companies will then send a professional locator to your location to mark your lines within a few days. Once your underground lines have been marked, you will know the approximate location of your utility lines and can dig safely, because knowing what's below protects you and your family.

Before starting any digging project call 811.