Keeping a close eye on the wildfires of 2020
Learn about the connection between fires in the mountains and the Front Range water supply.
Water safety tips to know before you go
Important safety tips for mountain paddlers that could save your life.
What drought conditions statewide mean for Denver’s water supply
Summer 2020 marked by forest fires, lots of 90-degree days and thirsty lawns.
Denver Water’s newest treatment plant rising from the ground
When finished in 2024, the new plant will be able to treat up to 75 million gallons of water per day.
Off-the-clock: Spreadsheets, formulas and horses
Denver Water's director of accounting has a day job that’s all about numbers. Her other passion is out in the pasture.
Saving our reservoirs from invading ‘cling-ons’
Vigilant inspections keep destructive mussels from causing millions in damage to Denver’s water infrastructure.
Tackling lead at its source, the first six months
Denver Water’s Lead Reduction Program replaces more than 1,000 lead lines, distributes 80,000 pitchers/filters out of the gate.
Is that a new waterslide?
Nope. It's a Denver Water canal built in the 1930s and called upon to shuttle water this summer.