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DeBeque is a quaint and historic community nestled along the Colorado River and Roan Plateau with many area attractions for the whole family to enjoy.

Easily accessed off I-70, just 25 miles east of Grand Junction in Mesa County, Colorado, and 212 miles west of Denver, we are the perfect Western town to explore on your travels or to consider when looking to relocate.

We invite you to explore both our website and our beautiful western Colorado town. Our staff is here to assist you in any way possible.

 

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WATER QUAILITY UPDATE:  THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION AND RESULTS WERE RECEIVED BY THE TOWN FROM JAMES TAYLOR.  MR. TAYLOR IS THE CONTRACTED WATER OPERATOR FOR THE TOWN OF DEBEQUE.

Caré:

 Attached is the sample results for the water entering the Town. These are the yearly Inorganic Group samples (IOC’s), Nitrates and Volatile Organics Group samples (VOC’s) which include trihalomethanes (TTHM’s) for the Town.  I sampled for these on August 29 five days after the sample that was in violation of the TTHM’s and shows that we were below the MCL of 80 parts per billion (ppb) in town, the results for TTHM’s are at the bottom of page 7 and show that the town water was at 41.3 ppb. I also included the VOC table which shows the TTHM’s highlighted in blue. Best way for me to explain a part per billion is to say that there would be .0413 pounds or approximately ½ of an ounce of TTHM in every million gallons of water. To show how minute this amount is, it would be an amount about the size of the end of a pen in a million gallons of water. I hope I have explained it in a way that makes it easier to understand.

 Just as a side note, the report also shows no other VOC, IOC or nitrate problems and are well below any MCL’s or are non-existent.

 Regards,

 James S. Taylor (CWP/ORC)

Town of Parachute

222 Grand Valley Way

Parachute, CO. 81635

  Office – 970-285-7630

Mobile – 970-712-0869

 

/sites/townofdebeque/files/2020VOCs.pdf

 

ALL DOGS LIVING WITHIN THE DE BEQUE CITY LIMITS MUST BE REGISTERED WITH THE TOWN HALL PER ORDINANCE 9.12.040! $5.00 PER LICENSE.

Colorado Dept. of Health Water Question FAQs Oct 2020

ROAD WORK: A HUGE thank you to United and Mesa County for starting the prep work by removing snow/ice from the work areas. The road project will continue as weather permits.  Block 4-5th on MINTER AVE. Blocks 4th - 7th on CURTIS and NORTH of 7th DENVER ave. PLEASE make every effort to keep your vehicles removed  form the streets listed above.! THANK YOU!!  Again thank you to United and Mesa County. 

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What's New

July 17, 2020
  September Newsletter 2020
September 18, 2016
Oktoberfest: De Beque Recreation held its first Oktoberfest in 2014. Traditional German food/beer is served, live music, vendors and fun for everyone. This event is normally held the second Saturday of October. It is an evening for the community to get together and enjoy some music, conversation and just plain relax.
September 18, 2016
De Beque Wild Horse Days: The first Wild Horse Days started in 1999. A group of De Beque residents formed a Non-profit organization/Council which consisted of a President, Secretary and board. This Council was started to aid and help the Wild Horses in the Little Bookcliffs Wild Horse Area. It was a yearly summer event.

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