Residential

Your opinion counts

public input opportunitiesAs a citizen of Colorado Springs, you own your utility, and that means you have a voice in utilities decisions. Several policy and planning discussions are taking place this year, and we want your input. There are public meetings, reports and more ways to be informed about the various topics and to share your thoughts.

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    ​Natural gas is completely safe when it's sealed inside pipes and used correctly. Danger occurs when natural gas leaks out or doesn't combust properly in appliances.

    Use your senses to detect a gas leak:

    1. Sight: dead vegetation or bubbling water near a gas meter or dirt blowing near a pipeline
    2. Smell: rotten egg or skunk
    3. Sound: hissing


    If you suspect a gas leak, leave the area and call 911.

 
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