Water and Sewer
We serve the City of Greeley by treating and distributing nearly 9 billion gallons of water every year with more than 500 miles of pipeline, two drinking water plants, a wastewater treatment plant, three treated water reservoirs, six raw water reservoirs, and a variety of pumping stations.
Reserve your spot for the August 5, 2022, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Water & Sewer Tour. Register through our WaterSmart portal to attend. Customers, register your account to gain more information about your water use.
This is your opportunity to experience some of the great Greeley water system facilities that provide safe reliable water and wastewater services.
- Site tour of wastewater treatment facility, and;
- Non potable irrigation infrastructure;
- Potable water reservoirs;
- Water treatment functions.
The May 2022 Water & Sewer Newsletter celebrated Drinking Water Week, provided helpful tips from the Water22 campaign to help conserve water and save money, and provided information about how to avoid costly sewage backups! You can see the whole thing here.
This year, the City of Greeley is investing in several important public health and safety projects that will bring residents a slightly larger utility bill. The projects include funding for a new surface water storage reservoir, state-mandated upgrades to the city's sewer system, and improvements to eliminate area flooding from large rain events, plus many more projects.
The increases break down as monthly base rate increases to resident utility bills:
-Water -- $4.16 a month increase
-Wastewater -- $4.22 a month increase
-Stormwater -- $1.54 a month increase
Since all utility rates are based on lot size, household use,and volume, we've calculated what residents can expect in their 2022 bills based on low, medium and high water use in the chart below: