Mountain Mutual Water Company (MMWC) is the water supply and distribution entity for the Cripple Creek Mountain Estates property owners. It is the mission of MMWC to provide water to its member customers with the greatest safety and quality possible and to maintain the system for reliability and economy well into the future.
MMWC draws its water from wells located in the "Gillette Flats" area of Teller County. MMWC is regulated by federal and state laws and tests its water accordingly.
Notices and Announcements
- Email Billing has happened! June water bills have been sent out, and those who requested their bills via email have received them both by email and by regular mail. This was done for two reasons: first, it provided paper bills to give notice that if the email did not appear in their inbox, then steps should be taken to ensure the email did not get caught in spam filter or that the address provided to MMWC was correct; second, it provides the party the chance to make sure the email information matched that on the paper water bill. This test will occur also in July. If their are any discrepancies or issues, report them to the MMWC office promptly.
- Tank Replacement Update: This month work has been progressing to replace two tanks in our subdivision. Bids for tanks and concrete foundations have been taken and orders placed for the work to begin. Much has been done in preparation for this which included surveying and describing the appropriate easements, piping and routing plans have been made in-house, and work plans for the preparation of the new tank sites have been made. It is intended to have the tanks in place and operational by end of September (and before the really cold season sets in). However, contingencies have also been made (should delays keep us from being able to fully utilize the tanks at that time) to prevent major disruptions of service to any of our customers. This is a major improvement to our water system that will add considerable value to our members for many years. If there are any questions, email them to the contacts provided on this wesite. Visit this web page from time to time to view updates on the tank replacement progress.
- The Board of Directors schedule their monthly meetings for the second Thursday of the month at 6:00 p.m. The public is invited to attend. Occassionally the meetings are canceled or postponed, so it is recommended that one check with the office prior to attending.