New technologies under review

The trees removed from the expanded reservoir may have a new life as “biochar,” improving soil for plants. Denver Water TAP – Expanding a reservoir has a lot of challenges, among them dealing with the trees and bushes that must be removed. Leaving this biomass...

Fish Consumption Advisory

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE), along with Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW), monitor fish mercury levels in Colorado waters. CDPHE and CPW have collected fish tissue samples at Gross Reservoir since 2007.  In 2015, the levels of...

Thank you attendees!

On Saturday, September 29 Denver Water hosted the third community cookout event. We want to thank those who stopped by to learn more about the Gross Reservoir Expansion Project and spent time at the yurt. The public information yurt remains open three days each week...

Yurt Community Cookout

Join us today, Saturday, September 29 for our community cookout at the Gross Reservoir Expansion Public Information Yurt from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. We will have project representatives available to share project information and answer community questions. Burgers and hot...