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Fort Collins Utilities is transitioning to Time-of-Day (TOD) electric pricing for residential customers in October (prices will be reflected on November bills). Learn more at fcgov.com/TOD or call 970-212-2900.
Utilities is hosting an open house for residents involved or interested in xeriscape "water-wise" landscaping. Come learn all about the Xeriscape Incentive Program (XIP) and see how past projects have turned out—all over tasty snacks.
While supplies last, Utilities is offering free high-efficiency toilets to qualified business customers. Learn more.
Get started with Garden In A Box, a do-it-yourself kit that comes with starter plants, a care guide and more. Utilities is offering $25 off the first 50 kits purchased during the fall 2018 sale.
Mayor Wade Troxell and representatives from Fort Collins Utilities recognized Revive Properties on Sept. 13 for their accomplishment of constructing high performance, net-zero energy homes.
Utilities is offering a $70 bill credit to residents who recycle their older, inefficient refrigerator or freezer. Free pickup is available.
As a result of multiple projects along Boxelder Creek, FEMA has approved changes to the maps showing flood risk. Find out if these revisions impact your requirement or cost for flood insurance.
Release date: Sep-14-2018
Mayor Wade Troxell and representatives from Fort Collins Utilities recognized Revive Properties Sept. 13 for their accomplishment in constructing high performance, net-zero energy homes.
Release date: Sep-04-2018
Fort Collins Utilities and City of Fort Collins Engineering are working on a project to replace the bridge over Spring Creek at Edora Park and improve and restore the creek. Preliminary construction activities will begin around Sept. 10, with Utilities work continuing in Spring Creek after the bridge replacement is complete.
Release date: Aug-16-2018
Community members can dispose of their household hazardous wastes for FREE at the City of Fort Collins' Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event, Saturday, Sept. 8, 9 a.m.- 3 p.m., Streets Facility, 625 Ninth St. (map and FAQs at http://fcgov.com/hazwaste ).
Release date: Aug-08-2018
Fort Collins Utilities will begin storm drainage improvements in Cowan and Myrtle streets near Mulberry Street and Riverside Avenue later this month. The work includes an outfall structure at the Poudre River near the Springer Natural Area. Originally planned for this spring, construction was delayed on stormwater improvements for Cowan and Myrtle streets. However, preliminary access work near the natural area was completed last fall. Construction in all locations should be completed by mid-October.
Release date: Jul-19-2018
FORT COLLINS, Colo. Fort Collins Utilities is sponsoring Flood Awareness Week (FAW), July 21-27. Individuals are encouraged to learn how to be flood ready through flood risk education and to take steps to minimize personal, financial and environmental loss.
There are no projects scheduled at this time
Meet Errin Henggeler, Environmental Regulatory Specialist
Meet Lisa Rosintoski, Customer Connections Manager
Meet Cole Gustafson, Lead Plant Operator
Meet Kathleen Ganzer, Chemist, Water Treatment Plant
My job is to check and verify that all the PH levels related readings are correct. I'm checking to make sure the instruments in the field are accurate because we run our plant based on these readings. This is important stuff. People drink this water and we take it very seriously. You may not realize that when you turn on the tap, there is so much involved in the process. I want people to rest assured that someone is personally checking your drinking water. I love my job and I'm honored to do it.
Meet Jason Dreessen, Wastewater Plant Operator
Meet Heidi Hansen, Certified Floodplain Manager
Meet Travis Paige, Community Engagement Manager
Meet Ann Helmut, Utilities Customer Service Representative.
Meet Selina Gonzales, Administrative Assistant, Customer Connections.
Meet Marsha Hilmes-Robinson, Floodplain Administrator.
Meet Pete Iengo, Volunteer Program Coordinator with Utilities.
Meet John Wong, Instrument / Electric Technician at the Water Treatment Facility.
Meet Kevin Armstrong, Special Services Supervisor with Utilities Light & Power.
Meet Norm Weaver, Senior Energy Services Engineer, our resident solar expert.