RBC I Diverse water interests across Colorado are currently working to develop a draft Colorado Water Plan that seeks to balance future agricultural, municipal, recreational and environmental water needs. The Colorado Water Plan is your plan and your input is needed to make certain the plan reflects your interests, values, and vision for Colorado’s future.
RANGELY I A 16-inch raw water line and 12-inch potable water line burst within hours of each other in unrelated incidents last week, causing large-scale water restrictions in Rangely on July 15 and 16.
MEEKER I Town of Meeker water operations supervisor Tobey Willey recently informed the Meeker Board of Trustees that the town’s fluoride monitoring equipment is currently not working and therefore fluoride cannot be added to the water system.
RBC I Phase 1 of the White River Storage Feasibility Study, released in mid-May, points to the development of a new water storage reservoir within the Rio Blanco Water Conservancy District (RBWCD) within the next 10 to 12 years.
MEEKER | Effective immediately the Town of Meeker late charge fee for water service has increased from $1 to $5, approved by the Town of Meeker Board of Trustees.
RBC I Colorado’s unique situation as a headwaters state provides the backdrop for diverse issues and concerns related to a most precious resources: water. Rural landowners in Colorado can benefit from understanding how water resources are utilized. A four-part online series will highlight water conservation practices that won’t compromise crop production or livestock health.
RBC I Following a request from Rep. Scott Tipton (R-CO), the House Natural Resources Water and Power Subcommittee announced there will be a hearing to examine issues surrounding water storage in the West.
GLENWOOD SPRINGS I A new study has drastically reduced projections of water needs for oil shale development.
CRAIG (AP) — A western Colorado water district has received a state grant to work with energy companies and local governments to track water quality and quantity in the south Piceance Basin as the area’s natural gas boom continues. The West Divide Water Conservancy District has received $300,000 from levies on mineral production to help […]