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.
Fort Collins Utilities does not solicit water quality testing at homes or businesses, though some private companies do. Utilities' treated drinking water consistently surpasses state and federal standards. If you have questions about water quality, read our Water Quality Report. You also can call Utilities' Water Quality Laboratory at 970-221-6863.
Fort Collins Utilities monitors water quality in three areas:
The watersheds where our water comes from consist of the large areas of land that drain snowmelt and rainfall waters to the Poudre River and the Big Thompson River, Horsetooth Reservoir and other components of the C-BT project. Watershed monitoring and protection involves minimizing the negative impacts to the quality of these waters from activities on both land and water.
Fort Collins' drinking water comes from the Cache la Poudre River and Horsetooth Reservoir and is treated at the Water Treatment Facility. It is distributed to homes and businesses in Fort Collins through 525 miles of water mains.
After wastewater is treated at the Water Reclamation Facilities to meet or exceed all state and federal pollution control standards, it is returned to the environment where it is collaboratively monitored to protect the Cache la Poudre River downstream.
Fort Collins' drinking water quality remains unaffected by the High Park Fire. Learn more about water quality after the fire.
Learn what it takes to provide quality drinking water, protect water resources, monitor water quality and manage urban watersheds. Sign up for a bus tour of the Poudre River watershed—July 14 or Aug. 8, 2015.