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Centennial Water recognizes Oct. 21 as Imagine a Day Without Water
Today Centennial Water joins water utilities across the country in recognizing the sixth annual Imagine a Day Without Water, a nationwide day of education and advocacy about the value of water.

Turning on the tap for clean, safe drinking water and flushing the toilet with no second thoughts about what happens to wastewater are actions most people take for granted every day. This year, as our community dealt with the public health crisis from coronavirus, it became even more obvious reliable water service is something we depend on to protect our health and economy.
How do you use water each day?
We at Centennial Water want you to think about how you use water each day.

Think of your morning routine: you wake up, shower, brush your teeth, enjoy a cup of coffee, drive to work on a full tank of gas.

´╗┐Would any of that be possible without water?

What would you miss the most?
If you had to survive one day without water what would you miss the most?
Brushing your teeth
Don't take it for granted
Did you turn on your faucet out of habit and expect it to respond with a flow of clean water? And guess what... it did.

Don't take it for granted. Water is one of our most precious resources and we do not have an infinite supply.
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.