All Brighton residents can drink tap water after a three-day boil order was dropped Saturday and water was fully restored to 18 homes on Sunday.
Brighton officials are still trying to figure out how E. coli got into the water system.
It could be Sunday before residents of Brighton are able to drink their water straight from the tap. That’s when the latest test results in the E.coli investigation will be ready.
The possible exposure to E.coli has forced health officials in Brighton to shut off water to an entire neighborhood until more testing can be completed.
The boil water order has been extended for Brighton until further notice.
Residents and businesses in Brighton are anxiously awaiting test results in an E. coli scare that has people boiling their water or drinking bottled water.
The city council in Brighton is starting a special meeting to discuss what it calls an emergency issue with its water service.
With the fire danger remaining high to extreme across Colorado, many communities are debating whether to have fireworks shows on the 4th of July.
Police are looking for two possible suspects in a hit-and-run that police believe was intentional.
Firefighters quickly doused a brush fire in Brighton Sunday afternoon.