In the aftermath of Colorado’s historic flooding, several communities are facing serious water issues.
Thanks to some cooperation from Mother Nature the City of Thornton is revising its drought restrictions.
Thanks to the April snow storms Northern Colorado will not have to worry about water restrictions.
People who live in Boulder won’t be subject to watering restrictions thanks to recent snowstorms.
With snow piling up in the high country and along the Front Range, Colorado’s snowpack is also growing.
Tough watering restrictions will remain in place this summer for Denver Water customers despite this week’s snowstorms.
People living in Fort Collins will now be able to water more than once a week.
The City of Greeley is considering enforcing strict watering restrictions.
Colorado’s largest water utility is poised to declare a Stage 2 drought, meaning mandatory watering restrictions would kick in Monday.
Things are still dry along the Front Range and even though the summer is just about over the city of Greeley is asking people to voluntarily stop watering their lawns beginning Oct. 1.