Cathy is a new addition to Denver Water and the TAP team as a writer and editor. But she’s very familiar with the organization and its storied role in the history of Denver and Colorado from her years covering Denver Water as part of her beat at the Denver Business Journal. There, as an award-winning reporter, Cathy told stories about the people and the issues that make up in the business side of the state’s energy, transportation and natural resources sectors. 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.
Early season snow doesn’t erase severe statewide drought
Cross your fingers for a big, wet winter to fully fill Denver Water reservoirs.
Appreciation runs deep for lead program
Kids awed, trees saved and other community stories behind Denver Water’s major public health initiative.
2020 Lead Reduction Program by the numbers
Largest public health initiative in Denver Water history replaces 5,200 lead service lines and accomplishes much more in face of pandemic.
New water rates to rise slightly in 2021
Keeping our commitment to provide safe, affordable and reliable drinking water to 1.5 million people.