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Notice of Public Hearing for The City of Cripple Creek Collection & Distribution Systems Improvements Projects

City of Cripple Creek, Colorado
Date: Tuesday May 28, 2024
Time: 5:30 PM
Location: Cripple Creek City Hall Council Chambers
Address: 337 East Bennett Ave
Cripple Creek, Colorado
Topic: The City of Cripple Creek Collection & Distribution Systems Improvements Projects
The meeting will be available via ZOOM. Details will be on the city’s website
A public hearing will be conducted for informing citizens and soliciting public input, written or oral, regarding the City of Cripple Creek Collection & Distribution Systems Improvements Projects, Project Needs Assessment (PNA) and Environmental Assessment (EA) (if applicable). The PNA report details the project as proposed, including project necessity, alternatives, and components. The PNA also describes how the project is being funded. The reports are being submitted to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) to qualify The City of Cripple Creek for a State Revolving Fund Loan.
The city is planning to install new sewer and water mains and replace the existing lines that have reached the end of their design life.
$7,000,000 of sewer line improvements and $3,000,000 of drinking water line improvements.
Copies of the PNA and EA (if applicable) are available for public review, by request, prior to the Public Hearing at the following location:
City Clerk’s Office
337 E Bennett Ave
Cripple Creek, Colorado.
Copies will also available online at:
The point of contact for the City of Cripple Creek is
Steve DiCamillo, Public Works Director 719-689-2125

City of Cripple Creek

Cripple Creek Distribution and Collection Systems Improvements Project PNA Report 


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