Please contact us at the Peak Spatial website if you have questions or updates to the public data found while using this tool.
If the address entered places the point on a home that isn’t where you expected, reenter the address. There may be times when a property is large and the point may be placed near the drive to the house. This should still place the property in the correct water district but you can also place the point on the map/house without the address by just selecting the “Locate Residence” button and clicking on the home in the map.
This tool connects residential home buyers/owners with their water providers and provides them useful links and public information including their rates, conservation plans and other information.
This public information tool was produced and is hosted by Peak Spatial Enterprises Inc, of Fort Collins Colorado (www.peakspatial.com) and sponsored in part by the Colorado Water Conservation Board and the Metro Roundtable. Other support for this tool comes from the Realtor and Water provider communities who are interested in the public’s awareness of water information.
The initial seven county water district information pilot project includes Adams, Arapahoe, Denver, Douglas, El Paso, Pueblo, and Teller counties.
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The selected location is not within an incorporated water district. Mostly likey a residence in this location is on well and septic for water. Check with county resources for confirmation.
The selected location is not within the initial seven counties of the CWCB pilot project