Denver Water manages water supply and demand with careful research and analysis regarding streamflow, diversions, climate, customer demand and population estimates to ensure there will be an adequate supply of clean, reliable water well into the future.
Denver Water’s collection system covers about 4,000 square miles.
Plans and partnerships to protect our water supply at the source.
Find daily updates on reservoir levels, streamflows and diversions, or check our Water Watch Report.
Facts and factors about the demand for water.
Ensuring that our customers maximize water efficiency is a significant part of our long-term strategy.
Denver Water is a leader in incorporating climate change into the planning process.
Denver Water has established drought severity indicators, response actions and program elements.
Being a steward of the environment is inherent in everything we do.
Our Integrated Resource Plan will guide decisions related to our system for the next 50 years.
ASR may contribute to our customers' drinking water supply in the future. In fall 2021, exploratory drilling will occur in Congress Park.
These gravel pit reservoirs store water for exchange purposes.
Twelve entities joined forces for Water, Infrastructure and Supply Efficiency.