If you live in the Shadow Mountain neighborhood in Craig, you’ll want to check your heat tape. Moffat County Director of Developmental Services, Roy Tipton, said at yesterday’s commissioners meeting that work in the neighborhood over the summer often required heat tape to be unplugged. He says crews likely never plugged those elements back in, and now that the weather is turning colder, residents are going to want to make sure their heat tapes are plugged in and working properly. Phase 2 of the Shadow Mountain Improvement Project is complete, and the third and final phase is expected to begin in early spring. The project consists of replacing water and sewer lines, and improving curbs and gutters. It is a joint project between the City of Craig and Moffat County, that is being partially funded through grants from the Department of Local Affairs.
Shadow Mountain Residents Encouraged to Check Heat Tape
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