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Feb. 09, 2016 Denver Water scam alert
Denver Water would like to remind the public that it doesn't proactively contact customers to ask for payment over the phone.
Jan. 20, 2016 Waterton Canyon closure
Beginning Feb. 2, 2016, the lower portion of Waterton Canyon, including the main entrance and parking lot, will be closed Monday through Saturday until May 15, 2016, while crews repair the High Line Canal diversion structure in the South Platte River.
Dec. 17, 2015 Denver Water selects new director of Planning
Mike King, executive director of the Colorado Department of Natural Resources, has been selected as the new director of Planning for Denver Water.
Dec. 16, 2015 Denver Water sets course for 2016
The Denver Board of Water Commissioners adopted its 2016 budget, revenue requirements and rate structure to fund essential repairs and upgrades to Denver Water’s system. The rate changes will go into effect beginning April 1, 2016.
Oct. 28, 2015 Waterton Canyon reopens for recreation Friday
After a two-month closure because of high bear activity, Denver Water will reopen Waterton Canyon to recreation on Friday, Oct. 30.
Oct. 12, 2015 Dillon Dam Road temporary closure
Aug. 28, 2015 Waterton Canyon closed due to increased bear activity
Due to increased bear activity in the canyon, Denver Water and Colorado Parks and Wildlife have decided ...
Aug. 26, 2015 Denver Water board votes to continue fluoridation
At its meeting today, the Denver Board of Water Commissioners voted to uphold Denver Water’s more than 60-year-old policy of adhering to the recommendations of major public health agencies regarding community water fluoridation.
The Nature Conservancy’s Carpenter Ranch in Colorado stopped irrigating its grass fields for hay production July 1 as part of a pilot project to help the Colorado River, which has faced a prolonged drought. The project is the first of 10 to be funded under the Colorado River System Conservation Program, which launched in 2014.
Denver Water's Citizens Advisory Committee, the 10-member volunteer committee that facilitates public involvement for Denver Water policies and programs, has openings for a representative from Denver, the West Slope and a surrounding suburb.