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City Clerk

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  •   8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (M-F, except for holidays)

2020 Election

The November 3 election is being conducted by Larimer County, not the City of Fort Collins. Please visit http://votelarimer.org for voting locations, ballot drop off locations, and other election information.

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Water Board

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Meeting Schedule

Due to COVID-19, Boards and Commissions are allowed and encouraged to hold meetings remotely via ZOOM. Please see the posted agenda for meeting details.

Regular Meetings: Third Thursday of each month. 
Work sessions: 1st Thursday every other month (even-numbered months) from 5:30-7:30 p.m. (Please confirm meeting location based on the posted agenda).

Meeting Location

Meetings are currently being held remotely, please see the agenda for more details. 

REGULAR MEETINGS LOCATED AT: 222 LaPorte Avenue, Colorado River Community Room.
WORK SESSION MEETINGS LOCATED AT: Utilities Service Center, 700 Wood Street.

Current Members

December 31, 2020 - Steve Malers, Kent Bruxvoort, Jim Kuiken and John Primsky
December 31, 2021 - Michael Brown and Phyllis Ortman
December 31, 2022 - Randy Kenyon and Gregory Steed
December 31, 2023 - Jason Tarry, Cibi Vishnu Chinnasamy, and Nicole Ng

COUNCIL LIAISON
Wade Troxell

Duties

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 Storm water 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.

5 hours/month

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