Welcome to the Official Website of Colonial Pine Hills Sanitary District

Our Mission

At Colonial Pine Hills Sanitary District, we are committed to providing safe, high quality water services to our community, while maintaining a standard of excellence in customer service and environmental conservation.

Monthly Board of Trustees Meetings

The District Board of Trustees conducts a monthly meeting on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 7:00 PM at the District Office.  Because of COVID-19 we are unable to have an audience.  Should you have input for the meeting, please contact Jim at 348-3113 and let him know your concern.  The agenda can be found on this site under the pull down menu 'News and Notices.'  Once COVID-19 is behind us, we will return to having open meetings at the Fire Hall and the public will be welcome.

COVID-19 Update, September 23, 2021

Our Office is open!  We take everyone's safety seriously.  Our entire staff and Trustees are fully vaccinated.  Our facility is routinely cleaned and sanitized.  When visiting our office, masks are recommended, but not required.  Social distancing will be maintained.. 

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Update on New Radio Read Meters

October 11, 2021

The District began a multi-year project of replacing all of our current meters with a Kamstrup Ultrasonic Radio Read Meter in March 2020.  We are doing this in phases and currently have 184 of some 430 meters installed.  We plan to do another 3 or so meters this year.  We are budgeting for another 100 in 2022.  Note that all of this is subject to delay or change.

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When Every Drop Counts!

When Every Drop Counts!

October 01, 2021

Have you hugged a Water Operator Today?

The modern plumbing system is considered one of the greatest innovations of the 19th century. In fact, plumbing dates back to the Greeks and Romans, but luckily has significantly evolved since the olden days.

It's easy to take for granted how lucky we are to have access to fresh, clean water at the turn of a tap. It’s especially amazing considering that available fresh water only accounts for approximately 2% of all water resources.

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