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Is the Water Safe to Drink After the Colorado Floods?

We have been asked numerous times today about the water quality across northern Colorado and we have the answers to your questions regarding the safety of the drinking water after the Colorado floods.

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Greeley Showerhead Exchange – August 17th and 21st, 2013

Water conservation is a big issue in Northern Colorado and the City of Greeley is looking to help residents use less water in their showers by holding a showerhead exchange on August 17th and August 21st, 2013.

Read on to find out where you need to go and what you need to bring to upgrade your shower.

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Greeley is Testing a Free Online Water Conservation Program

With all this talk about Fort Collins lifting water restrictions this year, it's easy to forget that the rest of northern Colorado still needs to conserve water. Greeley is taking a modern approach, with a new online water tracking program for its residents.

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Fort Collins Might Lift Water Restrictions

Back on April 23rd, the city of Fort Collins was saying there would probably still be watering restrictions this year, despite heavy April snowfall. Fast forward to today, and the city is now considering lifting water restrictions...for this year AND next year!

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Loveland’s Water May Be Contaminated [VIDEO]

It's easy to forget how lucky we are to have such great water straight from the tap. But alas, the city of Loveland is having some issues that may spell contamination for its water supply.

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Improved Snow Pack Could Mean More Water for Northern Colorado Industries and Farmers

I definitely won't complain as much next time we get a snowstorm!

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Fort Collins Water Restrictions Still Likely Despite April Snowstorms [VIDEO]

As I watched that 15 inches of snow pile up last week, the only thing that kept me sane was the knowledge that all this moisture must be helping the drought. While experts confirm that's true, we're still going to have water restrictions this Summer.

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Fort Collins Watering Restrictions Go Into Effect April 1st

Fort Collins residents will be limited to watering their lawns two days per week under new regulations that go into effect Monday, April 1st.

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Fort Collins Announces 2013 Water Restrictions

Low snow pack and continued drought conditions have caused the city of Fort Collins to impose some strict water restrictions for 2013.

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Strict Fort Collins Water Restrictions Expected For 2013, City Fountains Could Shut Down Too

Guess what? If you live in Fort Collins, you'll could face water restrictions as early as April 1st, 2013. At least that's the news from the Coloradoan. Those water restrictions could be more severe than usual.

And when restrictions are in place, the city water features at Oak Street Plaza, Spring Canyon Park and Fossil Creek Park all have to have their water turned off as well. Lame.

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City of Loveland Experiencing Low Water Pressure Due to High Temperatures

We all know it's been unusually hot, but I didn't know that affected water pressure. The City of Loveland says that due to our extreme temperatures, the water system is in high demand, so that means lower water pressure for Loveland Water & Power customers.

Water usage in the City of Loveland was up 35% on Wednesday, using 27 million gallons.

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Fort Collins Water Quality Not Affected by High Park Fire, City Is Monitoring

The City of Fort Collins Utilities wants residents to know it's taking steps to make sure the cities drinking water is not affected by the High Park Fire. Fort Collins’ drinking water quality has not been affected by recent fires. Officials can expect Fort Collins' water quality to remain at an expected high level.

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