Water Blog

  • Greeley Employee Wins Regional Award

    Zach Dahlgren from the Greeley Water Pollution Control Facility was awarded Analyst-of-the-Year from the Rocky Mountain Water Quality Analyst Association. 
  • Take the Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation & Win Prizes!

    Be a part of the National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation and make your pledge to reduce your water use at www.mywaterpledge.com
  • Garden In A Box: Beautiful Landscapes Made Easy

    Plant a garden for a greener future! With the help of Garden In A Box -a selection of professionally designed perennial gardens -you can save water, beautify your landscape, and enrich your community. 
  • Avoid Frozen Water Pipes

    Don’t let the cold temperatures of winter burst your pipes. By following these simple tips, you’ll not only save yourself the trouble of broken pipes and gushing water, but you’ll also save yourself a lot of money in repair fees.
  • 7 Ways to Lower Your Bills by Using Less Hot Water

    Did you know that conserving water can reduce energy costs? Your water heater accounts for 11% of your energy bill. Here are 7 tips to help you save hot water.
  • How to Water Trees in the Fall and Winter

    During the fall and winter water trees depending on weather, temperature, and soil conditions. You should water in the winter when it is above 40 degrees and when there is no snow cover.
  • 2018 Landscape Lecture Series

    Do you want to create more livable space in your yard, educate yourself how to start a hands on, back to nature approach to sustainable living, or explore ideas for landscape design? Join us as local experts teach us about sustainable landscape design, sustainable gardening tips and  give ideas for recycling materials in the garden, saving water, and much more.
  • 2017 Water and Sewer Employee Awards

    The City of Greeley Water and Sewer Department awards employees who go consistently go beyond the call of duty.  Four staff members were recognized at the 2017 employee appreciation luncheon and award ceremony.  
  • Free Indoor Water Audits Available in Greeley

    The City of Greeley’s Water Conservation program provides indoor water audits to residences and business in the community. Indoor water audits are free to all Greeley water customers.

  • Time to Winterize: 4 Things to Add to Your To-Do List

    Greeley usually receives its first freeze in October. Here are a few tips to prevent frozen water pipes, which are expensive, inconvenient, and wasteful.
  • Scary Water Bill this Summer?

    The city of Greeley has programs to help you achieve your goal of getting more efficient.  If you take advantages of the resources available to you, you water be scared to open your water bills. 
  • Composting is a Great Fall Project

    Composting is a practical and convenient way to transform yard wastes into a resource. Compost can include grass clippings, leaves, yard trimmings, and vegetative waste. 
  • Butterfly Bushes Bring the Garden to Life

    Buddleia davidii (also written as Buddleja or Butterfly Bush) is available in over 100 species. 
  • Turn It Down

    It is a best practice to change your sprinkler program each month to match the weather and water needs of your lawn.
  • Rain Barrels: Learn more on August 30

    Since August of 2016, rain barrels have been legal in Colorado. Greeley Water Conservation is offering a free class to give customers the knowledge and the skills to design and install a rain barrel system.
  • Watering Restrictions and Your Water Budget

    This year with the Water Budget in place for single-family residential house, we are allowing the homeowners to choose which days to water rather than following the days of the week watering schedule. 
  • Purchase a Garden In A Box this Fall

    Garden In A Box kits are on now on sale. Learn more about the gardens and purchase one or more for your yard. 

  • Using Technology to Improve your Irrigation System Performance

    During the summer about 75 percent of your water goes to watering lawns with July being the peak water use month in the west. 
  • Enjoy Greeley's Award Winning Tap Water

    In many parts of the country, tap water is not always high quality. Greeley is lucky that we get our water from from Rocky Mountain snowmelt and that we collect our water close to the source. 
  • Water Wisely Tips

    Today’s irrigation systems include sophisticated controllers that allow you to easily adjust watering schedules to fit different needs.  Here are some tips. 

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Greeley Water and Sewer

1100 10th Street, Suite 300
Greeley, CO 80631

Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm

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water@greeleygov.com

Water Conservation

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