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Meet the Fort Collins-Loveland Water District Board 

Meet the Fort Collins-Loveland Water District Board 

Made up of five members, the Fort Collins-Loveland Water District (FCLWD) board of directors is responsible for providing fiduciary oversight for all District operations, staff, and projects, as well as giving guidance for the future of water in our community. To...

6 Critical Facts about Drinking Water Regulations in Colorado

6 Critical Facts about Drinking Water Regulations in Colorado

Water is one of the most critical resources for humans, the environment, farming, and many industries. Here at the Fort Collins-Loveland Water District, our mission is to provide high-quality, secure, reliable, and affordable water. One of the ways we do that is to...

11 Tips for Water Conservation in Colorado this Summer

11 Tips for Water Conservation in Colorado this Summer

As summer rolls around and the weather starts to warm up, water use is on the rise. In an effort to help keep your water bill steady and conserve our most precious resource – we’re talking about water conservation in Colorado.   As the climate changes and the Northern...

Beyond Skiing and Snow Angels, Flakes Mean a lot to us in Colorado

Beyond Skiing and Snow Angels, Flakes Mean a lot to us in Colorado

You can’t live in Colorado long before you start hearing people talk about our snow. From words like powder, crud, crust, freshies, and white out, we think about outdoor sports and of course the much-anticipated call from school districts when it looks like a possible...

Board Member Update: Thank You Dale, Welcome Stephen!

Board Member Update: Thank You Dale, Welcome Stephen!

Fort Collins-Loveland Water District is proud to be governed by an elected board of directors who diligently serve a two to four-year term. Made up of five members, the board is responsible for providing fiduciary oversight and foresight to help guide the District for...

Celebrating 63 years, 63,000 customers! 

Celebrating 63 years, 63,000 customers! 

It’s a fact: The Fort Collins-Loveland Water District now has 63,000 customers, just in time to celebrate our 63rd anniversary. Although we didn’t plan it that way—and we do a LOT of planning here—we’re delighted at how the numbers aligned. Of course, it wasn’t...

Ask the Experts: Digital Security Tips from FCLWD’s IT Manager

Ask the Experts: Digital Security Tips from FCLWD’s IT Manager

How secure is your online information? According to the digital security experts at Norton, roughly 2,200 cyberattacks happen every single day. That’s a cyberattack every 44 seconds. In today’s digital-first age, security has become more critical than ever. With an...

It’s Water Quota Season: 2023 Water Expectations for the FCLWD

It’s Water Quota Season: 2023 Water Expectations for the FCLWD

You may not know it, but April is a very important month for anyone who relies on water in Northern Colorado, which is everyone. April—a month of showers, as the old adage hopes—happens to be the time of year that Northern Water announces how much supplemental water...

Giving the Gift of a Secure Water Future

Giving the Gift of a Secure Water Future

From the peaks of Colorado to the valleys of southern Arizona and beyond, the water of Colorado is a vital resource to many communities throughout the western United States. Here in Northern Colorado, we intimately understand the importance of this precious resource....