The normal pressure for your home will depend on its physical relation to the water source supply. If your home is at a higher elevation relative to a water source location, you will have lower pressure. If your home is downhill from a water source, your water pressure will be higher. Average water pressure for a home in our district is about 75 psi, however this will vary depending on your location.
While there are many reasons to shop at a farmer’s market, the most obvious reasons are the taste, freshness and variety of flavors and products, but did you know that you are also supporting your community in several ways? Buying locally keeps your dollar in circulation in your community.
Do you love biking and beer? Enter the #BIKE4WATER contest by riding your bike to one of eight participating breweries from noon to 4 pm on Saturday, August 3, 2019. You will receive a discounted pint of beer to enjoy while learning about Colorado's most precious resource: water - and why it's so important for making great beer! You can't have beer without it!
Annual trail maintenance project will lessen dust and enhance recreational experience
Weekday access to Waterton Canyon will be closed from Monday, June 3, through Friday, June 14, for Denver Water’s annual dust mitigation project. Neither the parking lot at the canyon's entrance nor the canyon will be accessible during this time. Waterton Canyon is planned to be open on Saturday, June 8, and Sunday, June 9, for weekend recreation.
Outdoor Watering Rules are in effect, having started on May 1st. Following these rules can help preserve reservoir levels thus reducing risks of future water restrictions while leaving your landscape healthy and nourished. The rules are as follows:
Denver Water’s drought response committee held their first meeting of 2019 in January, to review current snowpack levels, weather forecasts and participate in an annual training exercise. This committee has many members in different subject matter across Denver Water. The committee has been meeting twice a year since the drought in 2012 and even more frequently during dry times.