Monochloramine Conversion

MONOCHLORAMINE RESOURCES:
Chloramine Conversion Notice & Information
Chloramine Conversion Trifold Brochure
FAQ's for Aquatic Life & Pet Owners

In March 2020 the water supplied by the City of Craig will be treated with monochloramine. This timeline has been more specifically updated to introduce monochloramines to the water distribution system between March 16th and March 26th. With this change, our customers will receive drinking water with improved taste and odor that meets or surpasses stringent standards set by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA).

Chloraminated water is safe for bathing, drinking, cooking and all uses we have for potable water every day. However there are two groups of people who need to take special care with chloraminated water: kidney dialysis patients and fish owners.

The City is aware that some individuals still hold concerns over the use of monochloramines and would like to provide a resource for water filtration systems below should anyone be interested. Again, the water will be safe for bathing, drinking, cooking and all uses we have for potable water everyday without the additional use of a filter.

Whole House and Countertop Filtration Options

If you have any questions or concerns about this process, please contact the City of Craig Water & Wastewater Director, Mark Sollenberger at (970) 824-6340  or click here to email.