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  • Mandatory Water Restrictions End Nov. 10
    Release date: Nov-09-2020

    Fort Collins City Manager Darin Atteberry signed a declaration and order to end mandatory action level IV water restrictions Nov. 10, pursuant to Fort Collins City Code Section 26-167(a) and the Water Shortage Action Plan (WSAP). For more information on the WSAP, visit fcgov.com/WSAP.

  • Fort Collins Utilities Observes Public Power Week, October 4-10
    Release date: Oct-05-2020

    The safety, quality and reliability of our community’s electricity are top priorities for Fort Collins Utilities’ Light & Power. National Public Power Week, October 4-10, 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.

  • DER strategy committee seeks public input
    Release date: Sep-29-2020

    News release from Platte River Power Authority  - Sept. 29, 2020

  • Mandatory Water Restrictions Effective Oct. 1
    Release date: Sep-15-2020

    Fort Collins City Manager Darin Atteberry signed a declaration and order for mandatory action level IV water restrictions Friday, Sept. 11 pursuant to Fort Collins City Code Section 26-167(a) and the Water Shortage Action Plan (WSAP). Mandatory water restrictions will go into effect Thursday, Oct. 1 for Fort Collins Utilities water customers. For more information on 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). 

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