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Community Partners and Events


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

Recordings from June and July 2021: Wondering how to get the most out of your water pitcher and filter?

Denver Water hosted four 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.

Meeting Date and Time Previously Recorded Meetings
June 17 Recording
June 22 Recording
July 13 Recording
July 20 Recording

Recording from February 2021: 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.

Meeting Date Previously Recorded Meeting
Feb. 9, 2021 Recording


2020 recordings of virtual community meetings

Throughout the summer of 2020, Denver Water hosted one-hour virtual meetings by neighborhood. These events gave an overview of the program, proper filter usage, and what to expect in years to come as Denver Water works to replace every customer-owned lead service line.

Meeting Date Neighborhood/Distributor Previously Recorded Meetings
June 11, 2020 Cole, Clayton, Congress Park, City Park, Speer, Washington Park West, Baker, East Colfax Recording
June 16, 2020
Five Points, Whittier, Skyland, Cole, Clayton, City Park, Cheesman Park, Barnum, Montclair Recording
June 18, 2020
Baker, Speer, Washington Park West, Platt Park, Cole, East Colfax Recording
June 25, 2020

Congress Park, City Park, Hale, Skyland, Montclair, Park Hill, East Colfax Recording
June 30, 2020

Sloan Lake, Jefferson Park, West Colfax, Villa Park, Barnum, Barnum West, Valverde, Westwood, Athmar Park Recording
July 7, 2020 West Highland, Highland, Sunnyside, Berkeley, Globeville, Chaffee Park, Regis, Lincoln Park, Capitol Hill, Elyria-Swansea Recording
July 9, 2020
Civic Center, North Capitol Hill, Capitol Hill, Cheesman Park, Country Club, Cherry Creek, Hilltop Recording
July 14, 2020 Washington Park, Belcaro, Cory-Merrill, University, Rosedale, University Park, Virginia Village, Wellshire Recording
July 16, 2020 Union Station, Central Business District, Jefferson Park, Lincoln Park, Valverde, Baker, Overland, Ruby Hill, Athmar Park, College View/South Platte, Harvey Park, Mar-Lee, Westwood, Barnum West, Sloan Lake Recording
July 21, 2020

Harvey Park, Harvey Park South, Bear Valley, Fort Logan, Marston, Wellshire, University Hills, Southmoor Park, Hampden South, Hampden, Goldsmith, Virginia Village, University Park, Indian Creek, Washington Virginia Vale, Windsor, Lowry Field, Hilltop, Montclair, Stapleton, Park Hill, Elyria Swansea Recording
Sept. 10, 2020 Suburban customers Recording
Oct. 13, 2020 Consolidated Mutual Recording


Denver Water is partnering with two community organizations that will be working on a neighborhood-by-neighborhood basis to share information on the Lead Reduction Program in multiple languages under our Ambassador Program. The goal of this partnership is to ensure that all Denver Water customers in the Lead Reduction Program will receive the same program information and resources no matter where they live or what language they speak.

  • iNOW (integration: Navigation, Outreach, Wealth-Building), is a project within the Trailhead Institute, that specializes in supporting refugee integration.
  • CREA Results is a community organization that specializes in supporting the Latinx community.

Media kit for community partners

Community organizations can help us reach the people they serve, including those who are most at-risk from lead exposure, such as expectant families, children and communities that are socially or economically disadvantaged.

We have provided digital and print assets that can be downloaded and used in digital channels, as well as print for bulletin boards to help get the word out about our Lead Reduction Program.