Water Quality | Fort Collins - Loveland Water District

Water Quality

Dedicated to providing safe and dependable water

Each year, Fort Collins-Loveland Water District compiles a water quality report to provide you with information about your drinking water quality, as well as interesting facts about the District. Our number one goal is to provide you with a safe and dependable supply of drinking water. We pride ourselves on providing you with the best tasting water in Northern Colorado.

Where does your drinking water come from?

The water delivered to you by FCLWD comes from the Soldier Canyon Filter Plant and the City of Fort Collins, which pull from the Poudre River and Horsetooth Reservoir. The Soldier Canyon Filter Plant was part of an integrated water system consisting of the Fort-Collins Loveland Water District, the East Larimer County Water District and the North Weld County Water District. In 2017, the integrated agreement was dissolved, and the Solider Canyon Filter Plant became known as The Soldier Canyon Water Treatment Authority. FCLWD also purchases water from The City of Loveland during summer demand and sells water to the Town of Windsor, the Town of Timnath, The City of Loveland and the Little Thompson Water District.

WHY IS THERE CHLORINE IN MY DRINKING WATER?

FCLWD Water Quality Reports

2019 Report
2018 Report
2017 Report
2016 Report
2015 Report
2014 Report

Soldier Canyon Filter Plant Water Quality Reports

2019 Soldier Canyon Reports | Q1 |Q2
2018 Soldier Canyon Reports | Q1 | Q2 | Q3 | Q4
2017 Soldier Canyon Reports | Q1 | Q2 | Q3 | Q4
2016 Tri-District Reports | Q2 | Q4