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Water Blog

  • April is National Safe Digging Month

    As part of National Safe Digging Month, The City of Greeley encourages homeowners to call 811 before you dig. 
  • Get Into Composting

    Composting is a practical and convenient way to transform yard wastes into a resource. Greeley is currently having a compost bin sale to help residents get started. 
  • Rain Barrels for Spring

    Spring is here.  It is time that you might be thinking about getting a rain barrel this year. 
  • Gardening With Microclimate Zones

    Each plant in the landscape has ideal conditions under which it thrives. These conditions have to do with the availability of sunlight, yearly temperature ranges, soil type, soil drainage, and water needs.
  • Water Main Break Season

    As temperatures fluctuate, the soil around our buried pipes is expanding and contracting, and that wears on aging infrastructure. 
  • 7 Steps of Xeriscape

    Xeriscape isn’t only types of plants; it’s a system.  Whether or not you install a full water wise garden, the 7 steps of Xeriscape are good landscape practices in Greeley’s semi-arid climate.
  • Some Things Just Don’t Belong in the Toilet...

    Toilets are only meant for one activity, and you know what we're talking about! When the wrong thing is flushed, results can include costly backups on your own property or problems at your local wastewater treatment plant. 
  • Easy Bath Hacks

    Are you handy? If not, here are a few quick bath hacks to help you gain a few skills to make simple fixes to your bathroom. 
  • Why is Compost Important for New Landscapes?

    Add compost to improve your new landscaping project. 
  • Water and Sewer Administrative Offices: Closed August 20

    The office at 1100 10th Street will be closed on Monday, August 20 while we move to the new City Center Building. 
  • 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. 
  • Successful New Lawns

  • Watering a New Lawn

    Tips on how to water new seed or sod.
  • Drinking Water Week 2018

    May 6 through 12 is drinking water week across the nation.
  • Pollinator Gardening

    How to bring butterflies, birds, moths, and don’t forget bats.  Yes, bats are pollinators too and provide mosquito control. These 10 steps will help most if not all of your winged visitors.
  • Spruce Up Your Sprinkler System and Save

    Now is the perfect time to spruce up your irrigation system. To get started, follow these four simple steps—inspect, connect, direct, and select.

  • 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. 
  • 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.
  • 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.

Contact Us

Greeley Water and Sewer

1001 11th Ave, 2nd Floor
Greeley, CO 80631

Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm

970-350-9811 tel
970-350-9805 fax

Water Conservation

970-336-4168 for Water Budget


Water 7am-3pm 970-350-9320
Sewer 7am-3pm 970-350-9322
after hours970-616-6260

Other Numbers

billing970-350-9811 (dial 2 for billing clerk)
start or stop service970-350-9811 (dial 2 for billing clerk)
water taste or odor970-350-9836
water pressure970-350-9320
water restrictions & violations970-336-4134
utility line locates811
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