banner ad

Atmos Energy Begins Natural Gas Pipe Replacement Projects in Lamar

 

Main Street Lamar

 

System Upgrades Ensure Safe & Reliable Service to Customers

LAMAR, Colo. (Feb. 01, 2018) – Atmos Energy is investing millions of dollars to replace aging infrastructure throughout Colorado to further increase the reliability and safety of our natural gas delivery system. In 2018, these pipe-replacement efforts will be focused in Greeley, Durango and Lamar, Colorado.

“Over the next several months, we will be upgrading natural gas pipelines located in city streets including the gas line that connects to our customers’ meters,” said Jennifer Altieri, Atmos Energy Director of Public Affairs. “Residents can expect to see construction signs throughout their neighborhood and door hangers on their homes notifying them of any activity that is about to take place.”

Atmos Energy’s pipe replacement projects are currently underway and are expected to continue through April, 2018.

“In order to minimize the impact to our customers, Atmos Energy crews will place a door tag at your home before work begins in your neighborhood,” said Altieri. “We are working closely with Lamar city officials and our local fire departments to minimize disruption that may accompany these upgrades.”

For questions regarding Atmos Energy’s upcoming pipe replacement projects, visit: http://www.atmosenergy.com/colorado or call 1-888-286-6700.

(Editor’s Note) Work will be conducted between February and April, 2018 in an area bordered from North to South near the BNSF Railroad to East Park Street and East to West near Camino de Santa Fe to South Main Street. Highway 287 will comprise the western border between East Beech and East Pearl Streets.

 

Filed Under: City of LamarConsumer IssuesEconomyEnvironmentFeaturedMedia ReleasePublic SafetyTransportationUtilities

Tags:

About the Author: