The District’s mission is to provide high quality, reliable, sustainable water and treatment of wastewater in a manner that reduces the District’s carbon footprint while balancing commitment to the highest standards of environmental protection and customer service in the most efficient and economical manner possible.

Xpress Bill Pay -The Easiest Way to Pay Your Bill

As a way to offer you more choices in how you pay your bills, the District has partnered with Xpress Bill Pay to offer Online Bill Payment. All you need is an Internet connection through a Web browser and an e-mail address. Sign up today for your free account and start using this service. It’s simple to use.

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Closed for lunch

The District office is closed from 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM, Monday - Friday for lunch.

Emergencies can be called in at 719-256-4310 and an operator will be dispatched to assist you.


Notice is hereby given that the property owned by the Baca Grande Water & Sanitation District located south of County Road T, may be considered for a 195’ Telecommunications Tower, pursuant to local and federal regulations.

Baca Grande Water and Sanitation District ("District") Board Statement Regarding Proposed Cell Tower from the The Board President.

This community meeting is to be held on the 24th Day of August 2022 Via Zoom https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81316449558?pwd=S3pVNUdrRFAwVURrcTVvZ0lYdUFNUT09 at 6PM or as soon thereafter as possible.

BGWSD Board Meetings

Regular meetings of the Board of Directors of the Baca Grande Water and Sanitation District are typically held on the third Wednesday of each month, 9:00 AM, at 57 Baca Grant Way South. The meetings are open to the public.
Please note: COVID-19 Restrictions Apply and meetings will be held via teleconference.

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. If you wish to be included on the monthly Board Meeting Agenda distribution list, please send a request to info@bacawater.com.

The next regular meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, September 21, 2022.

Find out more about the board of directors and meetings...

Baca Grande Water and Sanitation District Newsletter - Winter 2022- Issue #1
Welcome to the 2022 first edition of the Baca Grande Water and Sanitation District Newsletter.
Read about district news, updates, projects and more by clicking on the newsletter link above…..

Don’t clog your drain!

Pouring cooking fats, oils and greases down the drains can cause serious and expensive pipe blockages.
By not putting any unneeded strain on all your drains and pipes, you can avoid unplanned visits from your plumber, not just on the holidays but year-round.

Clogged pipes and sewer backups are never a good surprise plus they can do significant damage to your home, neighborhood, and the environment.

Limiting contaminants and unwanted items from entering our pipes ensures a clean and properly functioning sewer system, which benefits us all. Minimizing grease and fats in the drain helps us control costs and cost increases to our customers. 


Here are a few recommendations to consider regarding the wastewater treatment plant:

Please note: Some wipes are labeled “flushable” but should not be flushed down your toilet. These can
cause blockages in your sewer pipes and cause wastewater to back up into your house causing additional
hygiene issues and potentially structural water damage.

Always avoid putting these items down a drain...

Information and resources for homeowners...

2022 Consumer Confidence Report

The Baca Grande Water and Sanitation District is pleased to present this year's water quality report.

BACA GRANDE WSD PWSIDCO0155200 2022 Drinking Water Quality Report for Calendar Year 2021Adobe PDF

2022 Transparency Notice Adobe PDF

Rules of Decorum Adobe PDF

Baca Grande Water and Sanitation District Rules & Regulations Adobe PDF

Use of District Water for Marijuana Use

Resolution 2015-09-01 - Implementing a Policy Regarding Water Usage for the Cultivation of Marijuana