NOTE


The Rural Water Authority of Douglas County

Regular Election scheduled for

May 6, 2017

has been cancelled due to

not more than one candidate nominated for each office


HOWEVER, the Biennial Meeting scheduled for that day

will be held at 10:00 am,

Parker Library, 2105 E. Mainstreet, Parker, Event Room B


The speaker will be Elaine Hassenger, Water Expert, Tri-County Health

on the subjects of Well Testing and Contaminants

Admission is free to Rural Douglas County Well Owners


For more information, contact info@rwadc.org



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The next regular meeting of the Board of Directors will be on
Wed., May 17, 2017, at 7:00 pm,

at

Douglas County Miller Building

Conference Rooms A & B

100 Third St.

Castle Rock, CO

 

An Agenda will be posted on the Douglas County Clerk and Recorder's website when available, as well as in the kiosk outside the front door of the Douglas County Miller Building (100 E. Third St., Castle Rock)

(Our normal practice of posting an Agenda here for viewing or download has been temporarily interrupted, while our web hosting service solves a technical problem with their upload function.  We apologize for the inconvenience.)

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See the new Well Owner Information page, for important facts emailed to those on our mailing list, including the Power Point presentation delivered by Sarah Klahn, Esq. at the RWADC Well Water Adjudication Workshop on Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2016


.  To be put on our mailing list, contact us at info@rwadc.org.

 Our Vision:
  Maximize the life of our groundwater supply.

 Our Mission:
  Assist rural water users and providers to:
- Evaluate current and future water supplies and demands,
- Determine services and/or facilities that are of benefit to them, and
- Advise and assist other agencies on rural water issues
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  The purpose of the Authority is to assist in the development of water resources and systems, in whole or in part, for the benefit of rural water users and owners of land within the service area. 

  The area served by the Authority is all of unincorporated Douglas County, excluding service areas of special districts providing water services to the larger  population areas. The RWA represents about 8,000 individual well users and 14 small water districts. (see map)

  See "The Answers to 78 of the Most Common Questions" about the Rural Water Authority, groundwater rights in Douglas County, the State of Colorado's well water permitting system and the Denver Basin aquifers.