CentennialWater.org | 303-791-0430 | March 2020
Water Conservation Tip
Time your shower to keep it under 5 minutes. You'll save up to 1,000 gallons per month.
We ask for your patience when contacting customer service
Centennial Water customer service staff is currently operating with fewer team members as a precaution for the COVID-19 global pandemic. We ask for your patience when you call or submit an email as our turnaround time will be longer than normal. Please be assured we will return all phone calls and emails. Thank you for your patience.
To flush or not to flush?
As efforts to keep our homes and offices clean increase with the use of sanitizing wipes, please think before you flush. Wipes, any kind of wipes, should not be flushed down the toilet. Wipes cause problems for our wastewater infrastructure. Please think twice before you drop them in the toilet. Even if it says flushable, it still presents a challenge. Drop them in the trash instead. Let's stick to poo, pee and toilet paper in the toilet. Thank you!
Request an absentee ballot
Electors can request an absentee ballot for Centennial Water's election on May 5. To request an absentee ballot, simply fill out the absentee ballot request form available online by clicking here and return it by close of business on Tuesday, April 28.

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FAQs about COVID-19 and your water and wastewater utilities
Americans can continue to use and drink water from their tap as usual. The World Health Organization has stated that the presence of the COVID-19 virus has not been detected in drinking water supplies.

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Conserving water in the home, with everyone home
Having more people than usual at home these days can lead to greater indoor water use. Follow these tips to help keep your water use, and your water bill, in good shape.
  • Use one glass per day per person to cut down on dirty dishes.
  • Run only full loads of laundry, if you do not have adjustable water levels. Save up to 40 gallons of water for every load you don’t run.
  • Partially fill the sink with water to wash produce, rather than running water to wash them.
  • Turn off water while you brush your teeth or shave and save 1-5 gallons of water per minute.
  • Fill the bathtub half full if you take a bath and save up to 12 gallons on a 24-gallon bath.
It all adds up!
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.