Dive Into The District | Fort Collins - Loveland Water District
Based on health and safety recommendations by Federal and State officials regarding COVID-19, the District will be closing its office to the public all day starting Monday, November 23. This office closure will not affect our services and customers will continue to receive safe, high-quality water. Payments can be made online, over the phone at (970) 226-3104 or at the office drop box located at 5150 Snead Drive in Fort Collins.
Everything you need to know about rate increases

Everything you need to know about rate increases

Time to conserve a little water this winter What you need to know about raising rates When it comes to raising rates, nobody likes to pay more for anything. With that in mind, raising rates for our customers is not a matter we take lightly. We know the changes that...

Horsetooth Outlet Project Infrastructure Improvements

Horsetooth Outlet Project Infrastructure Improvements

Time to HOP to it! Horsetooth Reservoir's Dam is getting a facelift What you need to know about the Horsetooth Outlet Project Fort Collins-Loveland Water District is fortunate to receive water from two reliable, high-quality sources: Horsetooth Reservoir and the...

Securing Our Water Future with NISP

Securing Our Water Future with NISP

What you need to know about NISP and its current progress The Northern Integrated Supply Project (NISP) continues flowing forward despite the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. The region, especially along the Front Range, is growing at a rapid pace. This means new customers...

NEWS: Fort Collins sanitation district expands reclamation facility

NEWS: Fort Collins sanitation district expands reclamation facility

From where I stand, the South Fort Collins Sanitation District (SFCSD) is proud to announce it is nearing the completion of its approximately $35 million wastewater reclamation expansion, which includes improvements to its facility. These much-needed improvements,...

Socially distance in your yard this summer

Socially distance in your yard this summer

In light of COVID-19, here’s how to enjoy the great outdoors in your own backyard Over the years, backyard living has become increasingly popular. With social distancing and the COVID-19 global pandemic, making our Colorado backyards a comfortable space to relax and...

NEWS: NISP would be good for all of Northern Colorado

NEWS: NISP would be good for all of Northern Colorado

From where I stand, the Northern Integrated Supply Project, NISP, is beneficial not just for the Fort Collins-Loveland Water District, FCLWD, but Northern Colorado as a whole. I think most can agree water is a valuable commodity here in Colorado. Water in the West is...