We think it’s important to provide information regarding some statements that we’ve seen popping up frequently at public meetings, in emails that we’ve received, or in the media. Factual information about Thornton’s plans along Douglas Road Factual information about the Source Water Pump Station
On January 29, 2018, Thornton received notification that Larimer County is requesting more detailed information regarding the use of the Douglas Road right-of-way for construction of the Thornton Water Project, and on the proposed source water pump station. Thornton welcomes the opportunity to provide this information for Larimer County, so both entities can more precisely
Thornton is exploring the possibility of a joint project with Larimer County Engineering to install the Thornton Water Project pipeline in Douglas Road north of Fort Collins in conjunction with needed roadway improvements. Larimer County Engineering is hosting a Public Informational Meeting on January 25 to discuss potential improvements to Douglas Road. More information on
City of Thornton offices will be closed on Monday, January 15, to observe the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday. City offices will reopen for normal business hours Tuesday, January 16. For more information, visit www.cityofthornton.net.
Thornton has submitted its Areas and Activities of State Interest (aka 1041) Permit application for the Thornton Water Project to Larimer County. The permit application can be viewed here. Please stay tuned to our website and/or the Larimer County website for updates on the status of our application and for information about upcoming Larimer County
As of January 3, the South Platte Basin snowpack (Thornton’s main water supply source) is at 84 percent of normal. Please click on the image below to see the Snowpack map. The latest US Drought Monitor map shows that D0 (Abnormally Dry) covers the entire South Platte River Basin except along the spine of
City of Thornton offices will be closed Monday, December 25, for the Christmas holiday, and Monday, January 1, for the New Year’s holiday. Wishing you a joyous Holiday season and best wishes for the New Year! For more information, visit www.cityofthornton.net.
Fix leaky toilets, faucet aerators, and showerheads and save water! For more tips on how to save water in and around the house, please visit www.thorntonwater.com. published 11/27/17
City of Thornton offices will be closed on November 23 and 24 to observe the Thanksgiving Holiday. Thornton offices will reopen for normal business hours on Monday, November 27. May everyone have a wonderful time with friends and family. Enjoy your Thanksgiving Day!
In the fall as the weather gets cooler, plants and grass require less water because the plants are preparing to go into the winter dormancy phase. Reduce your watering times and save water!