Nowhere is the annual balancing act between municipal water needs and recreational water needs more evident than the small mountain town of Frisco.
Late spring snow and healthy snowpack in Northern Colorado is moving the city of Fort Collins to lift its watering restrictions.
A bill making its way through the Colorado Legislature will allow, for the first time, commercial and residential buildings to use graywater. A similar bill was killed last year.
A final study analyzing the future of the Colorado River Basin says the gap between supply and demand over the next 50 years is expected to be significant.
Colorado’s largest water utility has signed a truce with western slope water agencies and governments over its future use of the stressed Upper Colorado River.