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April 2020
COVID-19 Update
Utilities COVID-19 Response
Like other utilities across the nation, Fort Collins Utilities' commitment is to continue delivery of reliable electric, water, wastewater and stormwater services for our customers 24/7. That means providing the services you count on, in good times and, especially now, in challenging times. The safety of our employees, customers and community is our top priority.

We are in constant communication with City of Fort Collins officials, Larimer County Health Department, and state and federal agencies to respond to changing conditions.
Tips for Maintaining Water Quality in Low or Unoccupied Buildings
With many of our community's buildings having little or no occupancy due to COVID-19, it's important to remember that drinking water can deteriorate and lose its freshness when it sits. To keep your facility's water fresh and ensure you are receiving the highest level of water quality, you will need to 'flush' the water lines periodically.
Online Water Monitoring Portal
Register your home or business in WaterSmart to monitor your use and receive free leak alerts.
Sprinkler
Wait Until May 15 to Irrigate
Take advantage of rainfall during April and May and wait to turn on your system until May 15.
Summer TOD Hours Begin May 1
Time-of-Day residential electric pricing on-peak hours shift to 2-7 p.m. on May 1 (weekdays only). Details: fcgov.com/TOD
Time-of-Day On-Peak Hours
Mark Your Calendar
Canceled Events
In response to the latest local, state and federal recommendations regarding public gatherings, the following events have been canceled:
  • Envirovation, April 30
  • Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event, May 16
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