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Water Conservation Tip
Check your sprinkler system valves periodically for leaks and to keep sprinkler heads in good shape.
Save money, time and water
Centennial Water is on a mission to save water. Lose the turf and get the garden of your dreams with the new lawn removal service from Resource Central.

Visit resourcecentral.org/lrs to learn more and to sign up.
Get a free Slow the Flow sprinkler inspection
Dreading sprinkler season? Take the guesswork out of watering your lawn with a sprinkler consultation from Resource Central. Centennial Water partners with Resource Central to offer free Slow the Flow sprinkler inspections.

Register now to request an appointment and schedule your appointment starting in June. Reserve your spot by clicking here , or call 303-999-3824.
Inclusion election passes
Centennial Water held an inclusion election on Tuesday, May 5 to ask voters if they would like to include all properties located in the Highlands Ranch Metro District (Highlands Ranch) and Mirabelle Metropolitan District (Mirabelle) into the Centennial Water boundaries. Election results show the inclusion election passed by a vote of 478 to 53.

Highlands Ranch and Mirabelle were already in the Centennial Water service area, but only limited parcels in Highlands Ranch were in the district boundaries. The board proposed the question to voters to include all properties in Highlands Ranch and Mirabelle within the district boundaries in order to give all residents within Highlands Ranch and Mirabelle the opportunity to serve as Centennial Water board members in the future.

This inclusion does not change the current service area of Centennial Water, and it will not have any financial impact on residents. Centennial Water does not impose a mill levy, so there will be no property tax associated with inclusion. Centennial Water is funded by rates and fees. Rates and fees are reviewed annually, and will continue to increase over time due to inflation, capital replacement and regulatory requirements.

With the inclusion election approved, all residents and property owners within the areas proposed for inclusion will be eligible to serve on the Centennial Water Board of Directors. The first election for new board members will be in May 2022.
5 ways to save water outdoors
  1. Adjust your sprinklers so they’re watering your lawn and garden, not the street or sidewalk. 
  2. Water early in the morning (before 10 a.m.) or later in the evening (after 6 p.m.) when temperatures are cooler and evaporation is minimized.
  3. Set it, but don’t forget it! Whether you have a manual or automatic system, be sure to adjust your watering schedules throughout the irrigation season. 
  4. Add a shut-off nozzle to your garden hose and save about 5-7 gallons each minute your hose is on.
  5. Adjust your mower to a higher setting. A taller lawn provides shade to the roots and helps retain soil moisture, so your lawn requires less water.
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How to report a water emergency
In case of a water emergency, contact the Centennial Water service department at 303-791-2185. The service department is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you cannot reach someone at the number above, please call 720-408-7034.