WHERE THE FUTURE FLOWS
Our mission is: “To develop, promote, and implement water conservation, augmentation, and management strategies to protect water resources for the benefit of the citizens of the District and Subdistrict.”
Central Colorado Water Conservancy District is known by several names, which are often used interchangeably. These are those most common:
Central Colorado Water Conservancy District is known by several names, which are often used interchangeably.
- Central Colorado Water
- Central Colorado Water Conservancy District
To make things even more confusing; we have two subdistricts.
- Groundwater Management Subdistrict (GMS)
- Well Augmentation Subdistrict (WAS)
Our name is often confused with other Colorado entities, please reachout to us with any questions.
MEET OUR TEAM
BY PHONE OR EMAIL:
Phone: (970) 330-4540
Metro line: (303) 825-0474
Created to develop, manage and protect water resources for Northeast Colorado, Central Colorado Water Conservancy District has been in operation since September of 1965. The district stretches along the South Platte River from Commerce City to Fort Morgan. Policy and goals are established by a fifteen-member Board of Directors who are appointed by a district judge. Since its beginning, the Board of Director’s goal has been to advocate and support the development of water resources within the South Platte River basin.