Fort Collins Utilities is an equal opportunity residential and commercial utility service provider. We do not discriminate in the terms, conditions or provision of services based on race, color, religion, sex, disability, familial status or national origin.
Fort Collins Utilities es una empresa proveedora de servicios públicos residenciales y comerciales con igualdad de oportunidad. No discriminamos en los términos, las condiciones o la provisión de servicios en base a raza, color, religión, sexo, discapacidad, estatus familiar o nacionalidad de origen.
Wednesdays, 7-8:30 p.m.
Midtown Arts Center
3750 S. Mason St.
All programs are free of charge.
For more information, contact Utilities.
Sponsored by Fort Collins Utilities and Environmental Services.
Discover activities that engage and inspire families to improve their quality of life. Local experts will share concrete advice and tips.
Become more involved and engaged in your community's local projects, educational programs and non-profit organizations.
Mikl Brawner, co-owner of Harlequin Gardens, will share his 25 years of xeriscape experience with tricks for turning your yard into an attractive setting while reducing water use and maintenance.
Discover new paths to "go solar," including leasing options, new community solar garden, commercial feed-in-tariff and on-bill financing.
Learn about the new land-use regulations and general policies on how oil and gas exploration and extraction within the incorporated city might impact you. Find out what you can do to stay engaged.
Garden author and columnist Marcia Tatroe will share how the best of dryland perennials can enhance your garden and save water.
Addy Elliott, CSU Soil and Crop Sciences Department, will teach you how to turn your household's yard trimmings and food scraps into an excellent soil amendment.
Find out how the High Park Fire impacted the Poudre River watershed and the City's water supply. Fort Collins Utilities staff will share fire mitigation efforts to ensure high quality water.
Water and electricity use typically increases with summer landscape watering and air conditioning. Learn about tiered rates, and discover strategies to conserve resources and control costs.
David Whiting, CSU horticulture specialist, will show you how to evolve a landscape design and add pizzazz while keeping water savings in mind.
Contact Utilities for presentations prior to 2011.