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City of Fort Collins residents are invited to purchase an Earth Machine compost bin for just $50 at fortcollinscompostersale.ecwid.com.
Complete an online service request to start or stop utility service as early as the next business day.
Fort Collins Utilities recently released the annual Drinking Water Quality Report. The 2017 report provides water quality test results, information on how our water is protected, where it comes from and more.
In early April, Northern Water allocated the water supplies that Fort Collins Utilities can treat and deliver to customers as drinking water from Horsetooth Reservoir. Water supplies will likely be near average, so water use restrictions are not anticipated.
Utilities customers can now take advantage of instant rebates on efficiency products at the new, online Efficiency Works Store. Start shopping.
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Release date: May-10-2018
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.
Release date: May-04-2018
City of Fort Collins is offering a 50 percent discount to the first 50 residents who purchase an Earth Machine compost bin at http://fortcollinscompostersale.ecwid.com .
Release date: May-03-2018
In early April, Northern Water allocated the water supplies that Fort Collins Utilities can treat and deliver to customers as drinking water from Horsetooth Reservoir. Snowpack in the Poudre River basin, which provides the other portion of the City's water supply, is near average, indicating available water supplies also will likely be near average.
Release date: May-03-2018
FORT COLLINS, Colo. Fort Collins Utilities will celebrate the safety, quality and reliability of local drinking water during Drinking Water Week, May 6-12.
Release date: May-01-2018
Community members can dispose of their household hazardous wastes for free at the City of Fort Collins Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event, Saturday, May 19, 9 a.m.- 3 p.m., Streets Facility, 625 Ninth St. (map and FAQs at http://fcgov.com/hazwaste ).
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.