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The Latest From Pueblo Water

Vaunted Ditch Riders keep Pueblo's water flowing

Each spring, Pueblo Water plows its two ditches so that the melting snow may freely flow into Tennessee Creek, and then into the Arkansas River as it makes its way downstream to our homes and businesses. While many water providers also need to perform such seasonal maintenance, Pueblo Water is one of the few municipalities (if not the only one) to do it themselves. Not only does plowing ensure that as much water as possible is captured, it also prevents washouts from damaging National Forest Service roads.

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Celebrate Drinking Water Week with Pueblo Water pros

Pueblo Water and partners throughout North America are observing Drinking Water Week by recognizing the vital role tap water plays in daily life, the infrastructure that is required to carry it to and from homes and businesses, and the important work of water professionals “behind the scenes.”

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Pueblo Water again earns prestigious budget award

For the second consecutive year, Pueblo Water earned the Government Finance Officers Association Distinguished Budget Presentation Award. A team led by Finance Division Manager Kristen Spicola and Financial Planning and Rate Analyst Leroy Rittgers composed Pueblo Water’s annual budget for the fiscal year beginning Jan. 1, 2020. Pueblo Water also earned the distinction for the […]

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Current Projects

Pueblo Water eyes improvements to Southside Diversion Dam

By rehabilitating the Southside Diversion Dam and Raw Water Intake facility just north of City Park, and by improving the surrounding areas, river users would be able to traverse the Arkansas’ waters from below Pueblo Dam all the way to near Runyon Lake.

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