Despite Poor Snowpack, Good Planning Has Colorado Above Average For WaterIt appears drought restrictions may not be necessary this year, according to Denver Water -- despite water becoming a scarcity in the states to the west. Although the annual watering rules will still be in place.
Dillon Reservoir Could Fill For The First Time In YearsThe mountain snow is melting and it looks like Colorado's white winter in the high country will bring good news for residents along the Front Range.
Denver Water, Forest Service Team Up On Thinning ProjectA massive burn project is underway near Winter Park as the U.S. Forest Service is trying to prevent wildfires, and the project could also be good news for Denver Water customers.
Denver Water Celebrates 50 Years Of Dillon ReservoirIt's one of Denver's most vital natural resources: Dillon Reservoir is the largest source of water that's eventually pumped into the metro area. And it turns 50 this year.
Too Early To Think About Lifting Watering RestrictionsThanks to the recent storms Colorado’s snowpack is looking much better. Less than a month ago the statewide average was 79 percent of where it should be. Now it's at 92 percent of normal.
Denver Water Urges Customers To ConserveWater commissioners across Colorado have put the state into a Stage One Drought Condition. Because of our dry winter and spring, Denver Water is asking customers to conserve.
Reopening Of Waterton Canyon Won't Happen Until MarchHikers, bikers and fishermen will have to wait even longer to enjoy a popular recreation area.
Wait To Use Waterton Canyon May Be Longer Than PlannedA once popular canyon for Denver area outdoor recreation may remain closed well beyond the day it’s due to reopen.