Denver Water understands that our work is likely to cause disruptions for residents and recreationists in the area. We are committed to being a good neighbor by working closely with stakeholders to ensure safety and maintaining open, two-way communication channels throughout the project. We will continue to listen to concerns and seek community input to identify ways we can minimize inconvenience to the local community where possible.
Over the course of the Gross Reservoir Expansion Project, we have developed a variety of channels to share information and receive community feedback. We will continue to update information on this website, including regular updates about construction activities on-site, project documentation and contact information.
Project-specific updates will be shared across Denver Water’s social media platforms. Follow us on:
- Nextdoor for information on upcoming activities, road and traffic impacts and recreation access.
- Twitter (@DenverWater) for traffic advisories and recreation information.
- Facebook (@DenverWater) and Instagram (@denver_water) for project updates and general news.
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Project staff is also available to meet one-on-one either online or in-person and during regular office hours. You can schedule an appointment, see when our next office hours will be or send us comments or feedback through the contact page, by calling the project hotline (303-628-6348) or by sending us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information on Boulder County’s efforts to distribute Denver Water’s $5 million community mitigation fund, sign up as a subscriber to Boulder County’s Gross Reservoir email distribution list or visit boco.org/GrossReservoir. You can also contact Boulder County project staff directly at email@example.com.