Colorado is currently investigating the feasibility of a potential Demand Management program for the state. Demand Management is the concept of temporary, voluntary, and compensated reductions in the consumptive use of water in the Colorado River Basin. Each of the Upper Colorado River Basin States are conducting their own investigations to determine whether a potential program would be feasible in their states as well.
This process follows the direction from the Board in the Support and Policy Statements adopted in November 2018, which led to the 2019 Work Plan, and then the most recent Step II Work Plan approved in November 2020.
For more background information, view the Demand Management Frequently Asked Questions sheet.
With questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are currently no meetings scheduled. Agendas and locations will be updated as information becomes available.
- Demand Management: Frequently Asked Questions
- Step II Work Plan (November 2020)
- July 2020 Update
- March 2020 Joint Interbasin Compact Committee & Demand Management Report
- Director Rebecca Mitchell's January 2020 Update
- 2019 Work Plan for Demand Management Feasibility Investigation
- Colorado River Compact Administration