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Virtual Community Meetings

Have you received a water pitcher and filter from Denver Water? Have you heard about the Lead Reduction Program from talking with a neighbor? Want to know more about the Lead Reduction Program?

Wondering how to get the most out of your water pitcher and filter?

Denver Water is hosting two virtual community meetings in June to answer your questions about the Lead Reduction Program and share tips and tricks to help you get the most out of your water pitcher and filter.

Meeting date and time Join us online Join us over the phone (toll free)
June 25, 2024 | 5–6 p.m. Watch Live 833-998-0906
June 27, 2024 | 5–6 p.m.  Watch Live 833-998-0906

Check out some of our past virtual community meetings to learn more about the program.

Lead Reduction Program Overview:

Recording from November 7, 2023: Virtual community meeting to get an overview of program

Preparing for a Lead Service Line Replacement:

Recording from April 24, 2024: Virtual community meeting to help you prepare for lead service line replacement

Recording from January 16, 2024: Virtual community meeting to help you prepare for lead service line replacement

Recording from October 3, 2023: Virtual community meeting to help you prepare for lead service line replacement

Recording from May 9, 2023: Virtual community meeting to help you prepare for lead service line replacement

Learn more about the Lead Reduction Program and what to expect before, during and after lead service line replacement.

Recording from Feb. 28, 2023: Virtual community meeting to help you prepare for lead service line replacement

Learn more about the Lead Reduction Program and what to expect before, during and after lead service line replacement.

Getting the most out of your pitcher and filter:

Recordings from July 2023: Wondering how to get the most out of your water pitcher and filter?

Denver Water hosted two virtual community meetings to answer your questions about the Lead Reduction Program and share tips and tricks to help you get the most out of your water pitcher and filter.

 

Community Partners

Denver Water is committed to equity, which is why it created the Community Partner Program to partner with trusted community organizations to engage and share information about the Lead Reduction Program. These organizations reach more people, in more places by meeting them where they are at, in their preferred language in a culturally responsive manner and greater serve our community.  

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Community partners in action

Denver Water’s groundbreaking Lead Reduction Program works to reach across our diverse community to get the word out about how we’re replacing old, customer-owned lead service lines — the primary source of lead in drinking water — at no direct charge to the customer.

These partners, over the life of the program, have helped and continue to increase the community’s awareness and engagement with the program, which includes replacing old lead service lines with new, lead-free copper lines, and supplying water pitchers and filters certified to remove lead from drinking water. 

  • City of Denver
  • CREA Results
  • Denver Health
  • Denver INC
  • Denver Metro Community Impact
  • Denver Museum of Nature and Science
  • Denver Public Library
  • Denver Public Schools
  • Denver's Early Childhood Council
  • Food Bank of the Rockies
  • Greater Metro Denver Ministerial Alliance
  • Inner City Health Center
  • NAACP Denver 
  • Tepeyac Community Health Center
  • The Center for African American Health
  • Una Mano, Una Esperanza
  • Women's Bean Project
     

Have more questions about the Lead Reduction Program?

We have provided answers to the most frequently asked questions about the program.

Frequently asked questions