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Water is read in 1,000 gallon increments (E.g. a reading of 32 would mean 32,000 gallons were used during the billing cycle). Billing cycles are read 2 months at a time. Fees are billed based on a fee schedule approved by Town Council.
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After examining your property, if you still have questions regarding your water usage, please contact Utilities Billing.
If your meter needs serviced, please fill out a service request form.
You may dump your sewage at the Telluride Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant. Please follow the steps below:
You can reach out to the Water Treatment Plant if you have concerns. An appointment to have someone visit your home or business may be scheduled.
Home owners do not need to start/stop service when selling or buying property. Utility accounts are updated when closing documentation is received from your title company.
If you are using a local title company, this usually occurs a week after closing. If you are using a title company not in Telluride, you will need to have closing documentation from the title company sent to the Town of Telluride - Finance Department at PO Box 1704, Telluride, CO 81435.
Current homeowners looking to start or stop trash & recycle services should call 970-728-2162.
Properties going under construction (remodels, additions, etc.) may have water shut off, but must continue paying utility fees to maintain access to their water & sewer taps.
For water shutoffs at the street, please contact Public Works to schedule assistance.
If your polycart has been damaged by wildlife or just wear and tear, please reach out to Utility Billing to coordinate a replacement or repair.
For current homeowners, visit Xpress Billpay.
For new homeowners, setup is completed by calling 970-728-2162.
Billing address changes are made through the website via the form center.
Tenant changes are made through the form center as well!
Water, sewer, trash, and recycling. Some homeowners may have part, or all services managed directly through their HOA.