Cathy is a writer and managing editor on the Denver Water TAP team. Before joining the team, she covered Denver Water and its storied role in the history of Denver and Colorado as an award-winning reporter at the Denver Business Journal. She enjoys telling stories about the people and issues that make up Colorado’s most complex industries, whether it’s supplying water to the millions of people who live and work in Colorado, what’s involved in keeping the lights and heat on in our homes and businesses, and how people and the things we use are transported to and throughout the state. She can chatter for hours about megawatts of electricity, barrels of oil, cubic feet of natural gas, acre-feet of water, miles of highway and the environmental, financial, social and political aspects of each. You’ve been warned.
All posts by: Cathy Proctor
Record bond sale helps keep water rates low
Denver Water’s strong credit ratings and financial management help bring in $350 million, record low interest rates.
Read Time: 3 mins
May 7, 2021 | By: Cathy Proctor
Slow your roll on watering: Let Mother Nature be your guide
It’s still cool out there, so don’t rush into irrigation season right away.
Read Time: 2 mins
April 26, 2021 | By: Cathy Proctor
Key to launching massive public health initiative: Teamwork
Meet some of the companies behind Denver Water’s Lead Reduction Program.
Read Time: 13 mins
March 4, 2021 | By: Cathy Proctor
Early season snow doesn’t erase severe statewide drought
Cross your fingers for a big, wet winter to fully fill Denver Water reservoirs.
Read Time: 6 mins
January 13, 2021 | By: Cathy Proctor