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Dec. 14, 2016 New Denver Water rates start April 1
At its meeting today, the Denver Board of Water Commissioners adopted rate changes to fund essential repairs and upgrades to Denver Water’s system, beginning April 1, 2017.
Denver Water is in the middle of a $100 million project to improve the safety and reliability of its Hillcrest facility …
Dec. 09, 2016 UPDATE: Waterton Canyon closed Dec. 10-16
Waterton Canyon will be closed Saturday, Dec. 10, through Friday, Dec. 16, while crews wrap up a construction project. On Saturday, Dec. 17, the canyon will reopen to public access.
Nov. 22, 2016 Upcoming Waterton Canyon recreation schedule
The recreation schedule for Waterton Canyon has been updated to accommodate the completion of a maintenance project at Strontia Springs Dam.
Oct. 04, 2016 Waterton Canyon extended closures
Waterton Canyon, which is currently closed during the week for construction work, will also be closed to recreation on Oct. 8 and 9.
Sept. 29, 2016 Denver Water seeks new Citizens Advisory Committee members
The 10-member volunteer committee has openings for a West Slope and a public interest group representative.
Sept. 28, 2016 Traffic Advisory: Two ongoing projects in Grand County
Two separate Denver Water excavation projects in Grand County are expected to cause traffic impacts on National Forest System Road 128, also known as Water Board Road, during the week of Oct. 3.
Lane adjustment will allow crews to replace an aging underground vault.
Sept. 15, 2016 Meadow Creek Reservoir drained for inspection, upgrades
The reservoir, which is currently about 30 percent full, will be lowered to about 6 percent full within the first two weeks of October.