Town of Blanca Colorado

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Blanca 2022 Water Quality Report Available

The 2022 Water Quality Report for 2021 is now available. Click here for the pdf file. It is also available at Blanca Town Hall.

Blanca has new Trustees

Nancy Escalante and Edgar Martinez were sworn in as Blanca's newest Trustees after being appointed to unfilled seats in which Trustees Harry Ford and Danny Sanchez who chose not to run again. Ms. Escalante and Mr. Martinez will serve until the next regular election in April 2020. at which time they can be a candidate for a full four year term or another two year term.

Blanca now accepts online payments for Court fines and utility payments

The Town has just concluded an agreement with GovTeller to accept online payments for court fines and water/sewer payments. By Colorado law, the town can pass on any credit card and other fees to the customer. These fees will be charged in addition to the amount of the fine or the utility bill. Using this service will take you to the secure GovTeller website. Using this service, you can see the exact amount of the fees before you make the payment.

For court fines, you will need your citation number. For utility payments, your name or account number is sufficient.

Please let us know how you like the new feature. The links for payments are on the Town's PayOnline Page

Blanca wins "Water System of the Year" award for 2012

The Town of Blancareceived the annual Water System of the Year award from Colorado Rural Water Association (CRWA). The award was presented at CRWA’s Recognition Banquet on Wednesday, February 13, 2013 during the 32nd Annual Conference and Exhibition held in Colorado Springs

Myrrl Smith, Mayor of Blanca, accepting the award for the town said, “We are very pleased to receive this award. It recognizes the dedication of our Board and staff in providing safe, clean drinking water and in upgrading and maintaining our water system.”

The criteria for the award includes: – has no regulatory violations, maintains system facilities in excellent condition, provides employee advancement, training, recognition, maintains a strong budget within budgetary guidelines, provides annual Consumer Confidence Reports as required, provides safe, clean drinking water year round, and is considered in high esteem by the community it serves.  Is active in community issues, supportive of community projects, and strives for open and clear communication.

The Colorado Rural Water Association is a non-profit corporation.  For the past 32 years, CRWA has provided technical assistance and training to Colorado's public and private water and wastewater systems having populations less than 10,000. About 98% of Colorado's 2,095 public water systems serve communities that have populations less than 10,000. 


Jean Butler2015