During the November 18 Colorado Water Conservation Board (CWCB) Meeting, the second work plan for continuing the state’s Demand Management Feasibility Investigation was approved.
The State of Colorado is currently reviewing the U.S.
Following an exceptionally dry spring and summer, drought conditions now cover 99% of the state of Colorado, exacerbated by re
Colorado Water Conservation Board Appropriates Himes Creek Water Right to Protect Rediscovered Cutthroat Trout Population
Governor Polis Activates Drought Plan and Task Force as Severe Drought Expands Across Southern, Eastern Regions
On June 22, Governor Jared Polis requested activati
A new state study and web-based visualization tool called Future Avoided Cost Explorer
State and Federal Partners Finalize Chatfield Reservoir Reallocation Project with Environmental, Agricultural, Recreational Benefits
From May through September, the Colorado Water Conservation Board (CWCB) will provide daily updates on the state's Flood Threat Portal to Colorado residents. Issued at 11:00am daily, the portal will provide a daily assessment of flood potential across the state, a 24-hour precipitation map, and a 7 - 15 day flood threat outlook (updated Mondays and Thursdays). You can also follow the Flood Threat Bulletin on Twitter @COFloodUpdates for updates.