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Sept. 27, 2013 South boat ramp at Antero Reservoir will close Oct. 1
On Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2013, the south boat ramp at Antero Reservoir will close for the remainder of the 2013 boating season because of decreased boating use …
Gross Dam Road is now open for local access; however, Gross Reservoir remains closed to the public because it is not safe for recreational activity.
Sept. 25, 2013 Denver Water sets course for 2014
At its meeting today, the Denver Board of Water Commissioners adopted a budget and rate changes to fund essential repairs and upgrades in 2014.
Denver Water’s Citizens Advisory Committee, the 10-member volunteer committee that facilitates public involvement for Denver Water policies and programs, has an opening for a West Slope representative from Mesa, Delta, Montrose or Garfield county.
Sept. 03, 2013 Dillon Reservoir 50-year anniversary event
Summit County residents and visitors are invited to the Dillon Reservoir 50th Anniversary celebration this weekend.
Aug. 12, 2013 Antero Dam rehabilitation project
A project to bring Antero Dam in line with current engineering standards will begin Monday, Aug. 19. The $14 million undertaking will ensure the safety and functionality of the dam for another 100 years.
June 26, 2013 Denver Water modifies watering restrictions
Denver Water’s supply situation has greatly improved since Stage 2 drought restrictions were put in place April 1, thanks to an unexpectedly wet spring and citizens’ reduced water use. As a result, at its meeting today, the Denver Board of Water Commissioners adopted a resolution declaring a Stage 1 drought …
Thanks to the progress made in containing the Strontia Springs Fire, Waterton Canyon will reopen Wednesday, June 26, 2013.
June 24, 2013 Waterton Canyon open
Thanks to the progress made in containing the Lime Gulch Fire over the weekend, Waterton Canyon has reopened.
Waterton Canyon is closed to public access until further notice to allow fire officials to work a new fire near Strontia Springs Reservoir in Jefferson County.