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.

Mayor John Gates Wants You to Join this Year’s National Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation

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Pledge to conserve water so it can be passed on for generations to come. It only takes a minute to enter and make small changes that save water. Plus, you'll be entered for a chance to win $3,000 toward your home utility bills, water-saving fixtures, and hundreds of other prizes. Go here to pledge.

2022 Utility Rate Increases Explained

This year, the City of Greeley is investing in several important Water and Sewer Rate Increase Information 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
Resumen sobre el Aumento a la Tarifa de Servicios Publicos del 2022-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:

Learn More about 2020 Rate Increases

Rate increase impact chart

Frequently Asked Questions

2022 Utility Rate Frequently Asked Questions

Why is the city increasing water, sewer and stormwater rates for 2022?
What do the water rate increases pay for?
How does the city determine its water rates?
Are these increases because of the city’s acquisition of Terry Ranch?
How much of the rate increase pays for Terry Ranch?
What if I cannot afford to pay the rate increases?

City to shut down 47th Avenue and 20th Street

City crews will shut down 47th Avenue and 20th Street during Satellite map of routes to avoide intersection closureSpring Break (March 14-18) to replace a leaking water main.

Signs will direct drivers to detours on 59th and 35th avenues and 10th Street and U.S. 34 Bypass.

Construction will continue on the northwest side of the intersection until April 6. During the second closure, only drivers needing to go west will need to use the marked detours. Drivers should use 10th Street or U.S. 34 Bypass for westbound travel during that time.

Work for Greeley Water & Sewer

Are you looking for a job in the water and wastewater industry? 

The City of Greeley Water & Sewer Department has a wide variety of career opportunities.  Apply to join us to get a job that makes a difference.  

Greeley Water and Sewer Board

We are continuously engaged in vigorous and independent oversight of the department's strategic direction, budget, and operations. Find more information, including agendas and minutes, on the Greeley Water and Sewer Board page.

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Contact Us

Greeley Water and Sewer

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

Monday - Friday, 8am - 5pm

970-350-9811 tel
970-350-9805 fax
water@greeleygov.com


Water Conservation

970-336-4134
970-336-4168 for Water Budget
conserve@greeleygov.com


Water Quality

Taste, odor, or appearance

970-350-9836
waterquality@greeleygov.com


Emergencies

Water 7am-3pm970-350-9320
Sewer 7am-3pm970-350-9322
After hours/ weekends970-616-6260

Other Numbers

Billing970-350-9811 (dial 2 for billing clerk)
Start or stop service970-350-9811 (dial 2 for billing clerk)
Water pressure970-350-9320
Water restrictions & violations970-336-4134
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