Draft Water Efficiency Master Plan Update
The City of Longmont has updated the 2008 Water Conservation Master Plan. The purpose of the Plan is to assess the overall characteristics of current and future City water use, summarize the current status of raw water supply and treatment capacity, and use this information to frame the City’s water conservation program with respect to current and ongoing water supply needs and water demand management. In addition, the Plan provides a detailed assessment related to the identification and selection of future water efficiency measures and programs that the City will continue to implement.
A formal public comment period for review of the draft Plan was open for 60 days beginning April 17, 2017 and ending June 15, 2017. These comments were documented and incorporated into the Plan update. The final plan update was presented to Water Board in September 2017 and to City Council for review and adoption in November 2017. The plan is currently being reviewed by the Colorado Water Conservation Board (CWCB) for compliance with state requirements and will be posted to this webpage when final approval by CWCB is received.
Longmont's Commitment to Conserving Water
We are committed to responsible, environmentally sound, and efficient use of our precious natural resources. The City and its customers recognize the importance of wise water use and water use efficiency as an essential component of the community’s culture – helping to maintain the local quality of life in a responsible, sustainable manner.