Projects and Improvements#
Halligan Water Supply Project
If approved, the Halligan Water Supply Project will enlarge 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.
Triangle Drive Project
Stormwater crews in collaboration with City Engineering will begin critical improvements to drainage infrastructure along Triangle Drive. This culvert is connected to North Louden Ditch and the project must be completed before irrigation season begins.
Boltz Channel Improvement Project
Beginning March 27, Utilities Stormwater maintenance crews will begin working on the Boltz Channel between Stover Street and Camelot Drive. Excess vegetation causes stream blockages that result in flooding, erosion and a build-up of sediment. Some trail access will be limited during this work.
Downtown Stormwater Improvement Plan (DSIP)
Downtown Fort Collins is at risk for flooding and pollution from urban stormwater runoff from downtown can impact the Cache la Poudre River. DSIP will address the five major stormwater projects remaining in the downtown area.
Water, Wastewater and Stormwater: 2022 Utilities Projects#
Utilities construction and maintenance crews continue to replace and make improvements to aging water, wastewater, and stormwater infrastructure.
2021 Water, Sewer, Stormwater Infrastructure Improvements
2020 Water, Sewer, Stormwater Infrastructure Improvements
2019 Water, Sewer, Stormwater Infrastructure Improvements
2018 Water, Sewer, Stormwater Infrastructure Improvements
2017 Water, Sewer, Stormwater Infrastructure Improvements
2016 Water, Sewer, Stormwater Infrastructure Improvements
Light and Power Improvement Projects
Stormwater Improvement Projects
Wastewater Collection (Sanitary Sewer) Improvement Projects
Water Improvement Projects
Fossil Creek Trail BNSF Pedestrian Tunnel
Did You Know?
Using an ENERGY STAR® programmable thermostat or wifi thermostat can help you better control your home's comfort and utility costs.
Lowering the water-heater temperature to the lowest comfortable setting saves money.
Checking and sealing leaks in attics, basements and crawl spaces can improve your home's performance.