The Fort Collins-Loveland Water and the South Fort Collins Sanitation Districts have provided water and wastewater services to businesses and citizens since 1961. The District serves an area that encompasses approximately 60 square miles with boundaries that range from south of Harmony Rd. to 57th Street in Loveland, then east from the foothills to the Larimer-Weld County line. The 50,000 plus people we serve reside in parts of Fort Collins, Loveland, Timnath, Windsor and Larimer County. Governed by separately elected Boards of Directors, the Districts provide the full spectrum of high-quality and dependable water treatment and delivery as well as water reclamation services. Want to learn more about a water reclamation facility? Check out this video!
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COVID-19 Wastewater Monitoring Program
We’re participating in a COVID-19 monitoring in wastewater program as part of a collaboration between the state of Colorado, scientists from Colorado State University, Metropolitan State University, GT Molecular, and other Colorado wastewater utilities. We’re proud to participate in this program by providing samples from a designated point along our collection lines. The CDPHE has a public dashboard of data available on its website if you’d like to see the data.
Rules and Regulations
South Fort Collins Sanitation District Rules & Regulations (This file contains the existing set of rules and regulations.)