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  • March 22, 2016 Milestone decree protects environmental flows in Grand County

    A major milestone in implementing the Colorado River Cooperative Agreement was reached last week when the water court signed a decree to secure and preserve environmental water flows in the Fraser, Williams Fork and Colorado rivers.

  • March 14, 2016 Traffic Advisory: Ongoing project at South University Boulevard and East Vassar Avenue

    Work is underway to upgrade a leaking 6-inch-diameter water main at South University Boulevard and East Vassar Avenue.

  • March 11, 2016 TU honors Denver Water with River Stewardship Award

    Colorado Trout Unlimited has awarded Denver Water, the Denver metro area’s largest water utility, its 2016 River Stewardship Award, recognizing the utility’s leadership in urban water conservation and its collaborative efforts.

  • Feb. 09, 2016 Denver Water scam alert

    Denver Water would like to remind the public that it doesn't proactively contact customers to ask for payment over the phone.

  • Jan. 20, 2016 Waterton Canyon closure

    Beginning Feb. 2, 2016, the lower portion of Waterton Canyon, including the main entrance and parking lot, will be closed Monday through Saturday until May 15, 2016, while crews repair the High Line Canal diversion structure in the South Platte River.

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