Environmental Spill Reporting


For all hazardous substance incidents, your local emergency response agencies must be notified immediately:

1) Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Spill Hotline: 877-518-5608 

2) Grand County Communications: 970-725-3311

Releases to water

A release of any chemical, oil, petroleum product, sewage, etc., which may enter waters of the State of Colorado, must be reported to CDPHE immediately. Written notification to CDPHE must follow within five days.

When reporting the event, please have available as much of the following information as possible:

  • Date and time of incident
  • Permit number (if applicable)
  • Potentially responsible party contact name, phone number, and email
  • Description of incident, including location (latitude/longitude, drop a pin on Google Maps, or mile markers, if possible), volume of release, contaminant type (e.g., oil, domestic wastewater)
  • Response actions taken
  • Fish kill observed

CDPHE will provide assistance to ensure the safety of the public and environmental protection. Click the image below for more information!

*Note: calling the CDPHE spill line below will notify all pertinent agencies.

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Contact Us

  1. Katherine Morris headshot

    Water Quality Manager

    Katherine Morris
    Ph: 970-725-3058

    Kayli Foulk headshot

    Water Quality Specialist

    Kayli Foulk
    Ph: 970-725-3750

    Get in Touch

    Mailing Address

    P.O. Box 264
    Hot Sulphur Springs, CO 80451

    Physical Address

    308 Byers Avenue

    Hot Sulphur Springs, CO 80451



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