Hauling Water in Fremont County Colorado

This picture was taken on Hwy 115 in Penrose Colorado. This person is hauling water. Something unusual? No, not really. If you live around here you see trucks like this one often. So if you’re not familar with seeing people haul water I’ll try to give you a brief explanation.

In Colorado real estate buyers have the right to know where their water is coming from. It may be from a public resource, private resource, wells & and what kind of well or there may not be any water at all. Colorado Water Disclosure

This person may be hauling water for his home, purchased from a town source. Maybe hauling to water cattle, horses or other live stock.

Before writing an offer to buy real estate make sure you understand where your water is coming from and how you may use it. Just because you have a well you may or may not use it for everything you need or want the water for.

Home owners have electricity, gas and propane delivered. Having water delivered really is no different.

Contact Colorado Division of Water Resources for more information:  http://water.state.co.us/Home/Pages/default.aspx

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