Water Efficiency Plan Update

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Water is an essential resource for all of us. The City of Fort Collins and Fort Collins Utilities have a strong commitment to ensure its efficient use.

Utilities is updating its current Water Efficiency Plan. The updated plan will guide how we all use water and set fresh goals to reduce the amount we use as a community. Learn more detail about the WEP and why it is important in the background below.

The WEP update process includes developing a new water modeling tool. The tool will look at water demand and potential savings from various efficiency and conservation strategies, considering current and future climate and population predictions. In addition to expected water savings, strategies will be evaluated for equitable outcomes, cost, and other variables. The WEP update process will also incorporate engagement focused on a One Water approach and on diversity, equity, and inclusion. Person fishing on a river

By updating our water efficiency goals, strategies, and programs, we aim to continue reducing water use to increase resiliency for our whole community.

We are interested in hearing from you on ways we can use water better. Explore this website's various information and engagement opportunities, and always feel free to get in touch.

Update me! Click here to sign up to stay informed.


Take the survey by clicking here.

Haga clic aquí para realizar la encuesta.


Person holding a glass of water

Water is an essential resource for all of us. The City of Fort Collins and Fort Collins Utilities have a strong commitment to ensure its efficient use.

Utilities is updating its current Water Efficiency Plan. The updated plan will guide how we all use water and set fresh goals to reduce the amount we use as a community. Learn more detail about the WEP and why it is important in the background below.

The WEP update process includes developing a new water modeling tool. The tool will look at water demand and potential savings from various efficiency and conservation strategies, considering current and future climate and population predictions. In addition to expected water savings, strategies will be evaluated for equitable outcomes, cost, and other variables. The WEP update process will also incorporate engagement focused on a One Water approach and on diversity, equity, and inclusion. Person fishing on a river

By updating our water efficiency goals, strategies, and programs, we aim to continue reducing water use to increase resiliency for our whole community.

We are interested in hearing from you on ways we can use water better. Explore this website's various information and engagement opportunities, and always feel free to get in touch.

Update me! Click here to sign up to stay informed.

Page last updated: 01 Apr 2024, 02:42 PM