Gross Reservoir Expansion Project
- Providing $16.5 million for the From Forests to Faucets partnership, to be matched by the U.S. Forest Service (total of $33 million), for forest health initiatives in our watersheds.
- A leader in the Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program, a strong coalition of states, agencies and environmental groups cooperating in the restoration of habitat for the humpback chub, Colorado pike minnow and other fish species.
- A leader in the Platte River Recovery Implementation Program, combining multiple resources to restore and protect habitat for the whooping crane and other endangered species.
Latest News / Blog
Thanks to all the individuals and organizations who joined us for our Design Assist Contractor information meeting on Aug 9! The DAC role will work as an integrated component of the team, along with the owner's representative and design engineer. They will...read more
August 4, 2018 - On Saturday, August 4 Denver Water's Gross Reservoir Expansion Project team participated in Coal Creek Canyon Parks and Recreations' Annual Mountain Fest at the Coal Creek Canyon Improvement Association. We were able to meet and talk with more than 50...read more