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Check and seal leaks in attics, basements and crawl spaces.
Learn about recently approved 2019 rates for residents and businesses. The new rates will go into effect January 1.
“It most definitely took some stress off my shoulders,” Mary said. “I don’t like to ask for help, and we were selling what we could [to make some extra money], but it was a reality we had to face.”
You can help those in need with a monthly or one-time donation to Utilities’ Payment Assistance Fund. Donate today!
As the holidays approach, remember to keep fats, oils and grease (FOG) out of your drain. Common sources of FOG include:
- Meats (including poultry skin)
- Cooking agents (butter, cooking oil)
- Dairy products (cream, ice cream, sour cream)
- Gravy, salad dressing and mayonnaise
- Peanut butter and frosting
- Turkey fryer grease
Customers are advised to be aware of anyone claiming to represent Fort Collins Utilities. If you are approached by an individual demanding payment, immediately call the Fort Collins Police non-emergency number at 970-221-6540.
While supplies last, Utilities is offering free high-efficiency toilets to qualified business customers. Learn more.
Release date: Nov-21-2018
Fort Collins Utilities regularly reviews its rates through cost-of-service studies that reflect the costs of providing reliable and quality electric, water, wastewater and stormwater services. Typically, City Council approves rates by ordinance in November and the rates go into effect in January.
Release date: Nov-14-2018
Fort Collins Utilities now offers the Income-Qualified Assistance Program (IQAP), a 23 percent rate discount on electric, water and wastewater services (for specific components) for qualifying customers. IQAP applications will be accepted summer 2019. To qualify, households must receive assistance from the Low-Income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP) this winter.
Release date: Oct-16-2018
Fort Collins Utilities' Water Department recently received the Platinum Award for Utility Excellence from the Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies (AMWA), an organization of the largest publicly owned drinking water suppliers in the United States.
Release date: Oct-03-2018
The safety, quality and reliability of our community’s electricity are top priorities for Fort Collins Utilities’ Light & Power. Public Power Week, October 7-13, provides the opportunity to recognize the many behind-the-scenes employees who work year-round to ensure our electricity remains safe and is available when needed.
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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.