Developing new renewable supplies
Leading water conservation and efficiency in Colorado
Significantly reducing depletions in groundwater levels
Water is what makes the South Denver Metro area's incredible quality of life and growing economy possible. Yet, we live in a semi-arid region with an average rainfall of less than 20 inches per year. Historically, our region has relied on non-renewable underground aquifers for much of our water supply.
These aquifers alone do not provide a sustainable supply for our community today or for the families and businesses who will call our region home in the future. To read more about why this challenge is so important to the South Metro region's economy, property values and quality of life, visit our History page.
Together we are executing a plan to provide a secure and sustainable water future for the region. This unified approach better serves our members and their customers. Through increased negotiating power and collaborative support for new projects, we are transforming the region’s water supply and creating a sustainable future for generations to come.
We must conserve, diversify and increase our water supply to protect home values, jobs and provide a community our children and grandchildren can call home.