Water Project Information Sessions

The public is invited to the following information sessions on our 2020 Water Project. The Information Sessions will include the following topics:

  • Radium Treatment

  • Source Replacement

  • Project Costs

  • Water Policy

This project will directly affect your water bills and your water quality!

Hildale and Colorado City Council Joint Council Information Session

  • When: Thursday March 19th, 2020 @ 6:00 PM MDT

  • Where: Colorado City Police Station Gathering Room; 50 North Colvin St. Colorado City, AZ (Old CCUD School)

  • What: The Presentation will be given to inform the City Councils of Hildale and Colorado City Councils.

Public Information Session on Water Projects

  • When: Wednesday April 15th 2020, @ 6:00 PM MDT

  • Where: Colorado City Police Station Gathering Room; 50 North Colvin St. Colorado City, AZ (Old CCUD School)

  • What: This presentation will be given to the public, where you will be allowed to ask questions on the Department’s water project objectives.

Hildale/Colorado City Community Spring Clean-Up 2020

When: Week of March 30th–April 4th

What:   City residents can haul household refuse (non-commercial) to the Landfill during this week FREE OF CHARGE with proof of residency, such as a utility bill. OR can have a pick-up of refuse right in your yard!

For Pick-Up:

  • Refuse must be separated from dirt, rocks, vegetation piles for the city crews to pick up and must be in the yard, not on the street.

  • City residents can call the Utility Office at 435-874-1160 to get on a pick-up list.


Land Fill Hours of Operation: Tuesday - Thursday 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM MST; Saturday from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM.

Clean-Up Day Landfill Hours: April 4th, 2020; 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM MST

**All loads taken to the Landfill must be covered.**


By now, everyone is aware of the novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19. We want you to be informed about the virus, separate fact from fiction, and make sure you are using best practices to keep yourself and others healthy.

COVID-19 is a type of coronavirus, a large family of viruses that can cause fever and respiratory problems in humans and animals. The symptoms can range from the common cold to more serious complications in both lungs, multi-organ failure and in some cases, death.

Though you have seen many reports on the spread of COVID-19 to include the United States, but most people who have tested positive have fully recovered. However, the flu season this year has been one of the most severe to date, infecting millions more and posing a larger health risk.

We want you to know that we have been in contact with both the Southwest Utah Public Health Department and the Mohave County Health Department and we are taking all the necessary precautions to prepare for any type of outbreak. Please make sure to do your part in preventing the spread of disease:

  • Washing your hands with hot soap and water, and using hand sanitizer

  • Avoiding sick persons, and stay home if you are feeling ill

  • Covering your cough/sneeze

  • Getting a flu vaccine

  • Stay healthy!

National Information


Local Information:

Mohave County Health Department: (928) 718-4927

Southwest Utah Public Health Department: (435) 673-3528