The City of Fort Collins Water Board advises the City Council regarding water, wastewater and stormwater policy issues, such as water rights, planning, acquisition and management, conservation and public education, floodplain regulations, storm drainage and development design criteria.
The Board reviews and makes recommendations on Water, Wastewater and Stormwater Utilities budgets, fees, water quality and local, state and federal water legislation. At times, the Board acts as a quasi-judicial body on floodplain regulation variances. It cooperates with regional entities to coordinate planning and maintain a dialogue on regional water issues. The Board is also involved in master planning and provides advice and citizen input regarding proposed policies and actions affecting Utilities customers.
Regular Meeting Schedule:
3rd Thursday of each month
117 N. Mason
1st Thursday each month
215 N. Mason
Thursday March 19 is being relocated to 215 North Mason Street Conference Room 1A (due to heat not working in regular meeting room).view meeting schedule >>for more information (including exceptions to the regular schedule)
Members are broadly concerned with water, wastewater, and stormwater policy issues.
Diversity of backgrounds and interests characterize its current membership: construction, engineering, economics, political science, law and business, as well as consumer and environmental concerns.
Current Members: Interested in applying?
Council Liaison: To be determined
December 31, 2015 Brian Brown, Andrew McKinley, and Brett Bovee
December 31, 2016 Duncan Eccelston, Heidi Huber-Stearns, Steve Malers and Alex Maas
December 31, 2017 Michael Brown and Phyllis Ortman
December 31, 2018 Becky Hill and Lori Brunswig