In case of a water leak or other water emergency, here's how to locate your water meter or detect a leak. If you know what to look for and what to do, you can avoid damaging your meter.
If you need further assistance or repair, call Denver Water Customer Care at 303-893-2444. Use caution when examining your meter, as property owners are responsible for meters and service lines.
Leaks aren’t always obvious, but they can often waste water and increase water bills.
Low Water Pressure
Denver Water receives many calls from customers living in older houses with the common complaint of low water pressure.
Your water meter measures the amount of water used in your household
Access to Your Property
Authorized employees of Denver Water or its contractor need to have free and unimpeded access at all reasonable hours to any building or premises where water is used.
Sanitary sewage service for customers inside the City and County of Denver is provided by the Wastewater Management Division, Department of Transportation and Infrastructure.
We will attempt to notify you before we turn off the water.
General Construction FAQs
Construction can be disruptive, but Denver Water is committed to completing projects efficiently and restoring the area to pre-construction conditions.
Street Restoration, Mill and Overlay
What happens after your street is dug up after a repair or pipe replacement?
Report a Problem or Emergency
Denver Water provides water emergency response 24 hours a day.
Cold Weather Tips
Cold weather can cause pipes to burst in your own household. Here are some tips for avoiding costly damage.