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Purchase power strips to turn off selected appliances when not in use.
Time-of-Day (TOD) Summer On-Peak Hours
From May 1 - Sept. 30, TOD on-peak hours are 2-7 p.m (weekdays only). Learn more »
In addition to emergency notifications, you can now sign up to receive updates about important events, utility outages and closures via text message.
To support our customers during this crisis, we complied with the Governor’s orders expeditiously and have not turned off utility services due to non-payment since March. As life slowly goes back to a new normal, utility operations, including disconnections, will resume.
If your account is past due, we encourage you to call us at 970-212-2900 to set up a payment plan so your account does not fall further behind.
Set up an online profile with our new MyEnergy and MyWater portals to view your detailed electricity and water usage. Monitor your use over time to understand your costs and conserve resources. Learn more and sign up today at fcgov.com/MyEnergy&Water.
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.
Algal blooms can be caused by a variety of algae and can occur in natural waterbodies under certain environmental conditions. Blue-green algae (BGA) naturally occur in waterbodies, including City-owned/managed ponds, lakes and reservoirs. Mid-summer through early fall is the most common time for HABs to occur.
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.
Make over and underwatering a thing of the past with our state-of-the-art lawn watering guide. We use past, present and future weather data to calculate exactly how many minutes of sprinkler runtime your lawn needs.
As buildings re-open and employees return to work, businesses should ‘flush’ their plumbing lines to ensure the highest quality of drinking water.
Drinking Water Safety
Safe, reliable drinking water is always our top priority. With the concern over the spread of coronavirus, we want to reassure you that your drinking water is safe to use from your tap as usual, as confirmed by the World Health Organization (WHO), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and American Water Works Association (AWWA). We will continue to monitor water quality 24/7 at our treatment plants.
An undersized stormwater system and aging sanitary sewer mains will be replaced in Remington Street from Spring Creek Drive to Prospect Road from February to July, creating road closures.
Release date: Jul-15-2020
Fort Collins Utilities is sponsoring Flood Awareness Week (FAW), July 11-18. 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.
Release date: Jul-07-2020
To support customers during COVID-19, Fort Collins Utilities has not turned off utility services due to non-payment since March. As life slowly gets back to a new normal, utility operations, including disconnections, will resume. Utilities’ Affordability Programs offer many resources and are ready to assist customers with utility costs.
Release date: Jun-01-2020
Fort Collins Utilities released its annual Drinking Water Quality Report. The report provides water quality test results, information on how our water is protected, where it comes from and more.