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Helping Families In Need

Help those in need with a monthly or one-time donation to Utilities’ Payment Assistance Fund. Every donation is matched dollar-for-dollar by Energy Outreach Colorado, so your gift goes further. Donate today!

Residential Solar Resources

With all the solar information out there, it can be hard to know where to begin. Utilities offers educational resources and can help you determine if solar is right for you.

Get Your Home Ready for Winter

Epic Homes offers energy assessments and substantial rebates on various energy efficiency upgrades. 

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Customer Service Hours

Utilities customer service representatives are available Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. by phone at 970-212-2900 or in person at 222 Laporte Ave.

Moving Made Easier

Did you know you can start or stop your utility service online? By submitting an online service request, your changes go into effect as soon as the next business day.

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Scams Targeting Utilities Customers

If you are approached/called by anyone demanding payment or trying to schedule an efficiency assessment, call the police non-emergency line at 970-221-6540.

Track your Energy and Water Use

Set up an online profile with MyEnergy and MyWater to view detailed electricity and water usage. Monitor use over time to understand costs and conserve resources. 

No Need to Leave Home to Save on Home Efficiency

Visit the new and improved Efficiency Works Store to save on the products that save you water and energy – including LED lighting, smart thermostats, showerheads and more.

  • Fort Collins Utilities Observes Public Power Week, Oct. 3-9
    Release date: Oct-04-2021

    FORT COLLINS, CO – The safety, quality and reliability of our community’s electricity are top priorities for Fort Collins Utilities’ Light & Power. National Public Power Week, Oct. 3-9, provides the opportunity to recognize the many behind-the-scenes employees who work year-round to ensure our energy supply remains safe and always available.

  • Voluntary Water Shortage Watch Ends Oct. 1
    Release date: Sep-29-2021

    FORT COLLINS, Colo. – Fort Collins Interim City Manager Kelly DiMartino signed a declaration and order to end the Water Shortage Watch Oct. 1, pursuant to Fort Collins City Code Section 26-167(a) and the Water Shortage Action Plan (WSAP), due to improving water resource conditions and less demand on water supplies with irrigation season ending. For more information about the WSAP, visit fcgov.com/WSAP.

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Between a Confined Space and a Wildfire#

Between a Confined Space and a Wildfire

Critical work at Joe Wright Reservoir – success against the odds

Providing a year of diverse challenges is one way to think of how 2020 impacted the City of Fort Collins and Utilities specifically. In early spring, COVID-19 effectively shut down normal operations across the City as more than half the employees began working remotely and the critical workforce onsite kept the City operating under extensive safety protocols and reduced staffing.

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Halligan Water Supply Project#

Halligan Water Supply Project

Existing Halligan Dam and Reservoir

If approved, the Halligan Water Supply Project will enlarge the existing Halligan Reservoir by approximately 8,100 acre-feet to help provide additional protection for Fort Collins Utilities' water customers from future service interruptions during emergencies.

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Distributed Energy Resources#

Distributed Energy Resources Icons

Fort Collins Utilities is working with Platter River Power Authority to develop a strategy to integrate distributed energy resources (DERs). 

Learn More about DERs