The Chief of Staff office oversees the successful implementation of key strategic initiatives. The Continuous Process Improvement team implements process improvements/efficiency initiatives.
Administrative Services oversees facilities management: sustainability, environmental compliance, security and recreation.
Denver Water’s Engineering division is responsible for the design, construction and related engineering aspects of physical additions or improvements to the water system.
Denver Water’s Finance division manages financial resources and acts as the disbursing authority for the CEO/Manager
The Human Resources division is responsible for pay plans, recruitment of Denver Water employees, training, health promotion, and benefits programs.
The Information Technology division develops, implements and supports the technology infrastructure at Denver Water.
The Office of General Counsel provides legal counsel and advice and handles all legal representation for Denver Water, acting through its Board, CEO/Manager and employees.
Internal Audit conducts audit engagements that review and evaluate whether appropriate risk management, governance and internal control procedures are in place and functioning.
Operations & Maintenance is responsible for operating and maintaining the physical and natural assets used to deliver water to Denver Water customers.
The Planning division identifies the future water and facilities needs of Denver Water and develops strategies for meeting those needs.
The Public Affairs division develops and maintains strategically effective relationships with a broad range of publics.