Water Availability & Flood Task Forces

Water Availability & Flood Task Forces 

The Colorado Water Conservation Board (CWCB) chairs the Governor’s Flood Task Force (FTF) and co-chairs the Governor’s Water Availability Task Force (WATF) to monitor conditions that affect Colorado’s water supply, including snowpack, precipitation, reservoir storage, streamflow and weather forecasts. The task forces also provide a forum for interpreting potential flood hazard and water availability information. Meetings of the two task forces are held regularly and occasionally are held together.

Meeting documents are available to the public, and the current water year’s materials are available below. All other supporting documents for the task forces are available through the Document Search. Use the search available on this page for quick retrieval of archived items.

The next meeting will take place on April 21 (webinar).

 

Recent Meeting Agendas & Presentations
March 17, 2020 February 18, 2020 January 23, 2020

    Agenda

  Drought Summary

  Agenda

  Drought Summary

    Agenda

   Drought Summary

Presentations

Colorado Climate Center Update

Snowpack, Streamflow & Reservoir Storage

March 2020 SWSI Report

Flood Threat Bulletin Update

LiDAR Status Map

LiDAR US Interagency Elevation Inventory

Presentations

Colorado Climate Center Update

Snowpack, Streamflow & Reservoir Storage

February 2020 SWSI Report 

Spatial Estimates of SWE (informational)

Presentations

Colorado Climate Center Update

Snowpack, Streamflow & Reservoir Storage

January 2020 SWSI Report  

Municipal Drought Management Guidance Document Update

 

Past Meeting Agendas & Presentations
November 26, 2019

Agenda // Drought Summary // Colorado Climate Center Update Snowpack // Streamflow & Reservoir Storage // Nov 2019 SWSI Report // Colorado Vulnerabilities Pilot Study

 

 

 

 

Point of Contact

Megan Holcomb

Point of Contact

Kevin Houck
303-866-3441 x3219