CCWCD Board and Staff hosted back-to-back community meetings last week to discuss the proposed bond measure on the upcoming election. Wednesday night’s meeting was held at the Fort Lupton Community Center and Thursday’s evening meeting was held at the Evans Community Center.  Central’s Executive Director, Randy Ray, discussed and answered questions on the $48.7 million in projects to be funded through the bond.

Those projects include:

  • Additional lined reservoir storage in the Fort Lupton and Greeley/Kersey areas
  • Additional purchase of senior water rights, including rights currently being leased by Central, to ensure this water stays in the community
  • Walker Recharge Project in Wiggins, which will recharge water into the aquifer during wet times to be used as a projectable long term supply.

As part of this process, Central recently issued a Community Survey to collect feedback about the potential bond question. That survey solicited questions from the public, and Central has provided the following responses to the most frequently asked questions. Continue to check the website for continued updates.

Click here to view the most recent FAQ taken from the survey and community meetings. 

Take a look at the article written by Sara Knuth of the Greeley Tribune who attended the Evans Community meeting Thursday night.

Water district bond issue could end up on ballot for 14,391 Weld voters

If you have any questions concerning the bond or any of CCWCD’s projects, please call the office at (970)330-4540 or send us an email at We welcome your questions.  A summary of all CCWCD projects can be found on the CCWCD website under the Projects tab.