Providing Water Treatment and Distribution to Northern Colorado
The Fort Collins-Loveland Water District has provided water services to businesses and citizens in parts of Fort Collins, Loveland, Timnath, Windsor and Larimer County since 1961.
We serve 60,000 plus customers, supplying them with some of the best water in Northern Colorado.
Water is one of our most valuable resources in Colorado. It has shaped our past and will impact our future. Learn more about why conservation is a key component of our long-term planning and what you can do to help.
FCLWD Board of Directors
Our District is governed by a five-member board. Through their leadership and guidance, our District has been able to provide you high-quality water services for over 60 years. Learn more about the directors serving you.
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To secure the future of our water, we’re implementing a multi-prong approach to a dependable water source for current and future customers. As a part of our long-term planning, we’re participating in the Northern Integrated Water Supply Project.
The District is funded almost entirely by water rates and plant investment fees. Your monthly payment goes toward the operations and maintenance of the water utility so we can continue to serve you with reliable water. We also work hard to ensure that the water tap fees we collect to serve future development meets our customers’ preference for ‘Growth to Pay its Way’. Learn more about the new cost-of-service pricing model and the impact on your bill.