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Division Notices

Revised Commission Policy #98-2 is now available for public review and written comment through 06/17/13. See Director Steve Gunderson's memorandum on the revision process.

Memo Regarding Policy 98-2 pdf file

(DRAFT) A Guide to CO Programs for Water Quality Management and Safe Drinking Water pdf file

   

Water Quality Fees - S.B. 14-134
 
February 21, 2014 : Update
The Senate Appropriations Committee voted to postpone Senate Bill 14-134 indefinitely. You can learn more at the Colorado General Assembly Website.
 
 
 
The February 20, 2014 stakeholders meeting has been CANCELLED. Please review the below meeting notice for further details.

 

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is holding a stakeholder meeting to discuss Senate Bill 14-134, Concerning the Repeal of Statutory Fee Schedules Applicable to Water Quality. The goal of the meeting is to provide information on the proposed bill, answer questions and create a dialogue concerning the bill.
Please review the documents below for important information pertaining to this stakeholder meeting.
 Stakeholder comments
 
 
Colorado Water Plan involvement
The Water Quality Forum is seeking feedback on the division's efforts related to the water quality portion of Colorado's Water Plan. Your input is valuable and encouraged. Time will be set aside at the January, March, and May 2014 Water Quality Forum meetings to discuss the water plan and receive feedback. To learn more, please visit the Water Quality Forum website by clicking on the image to the left. Additionally, the Colorado Water Conservation Board will be announcing various ways to provide feedback on the water plan through the Colorado Water Plan website.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Colorado Water Plan involvement
The Water Quality Forum is seeking feedback on the division's efforts related to the water quality portion of Colorado's Water Plan. Your input is valuable and encouraged. Time will be set aside at the January, March, and May 2014 Water Quality Forum meetings to discuss the water plan and receive feedback. To learn more, please visit the Water Quality Forum website by clicking on the image to the left. Additionally, the Colorado Water Conservation Board will be announcing various ways to provide feedback on the water plan through the Colorado Water Plan website.