Denver Water Department

Denver Water Department

Founded:
1918
Denver Water Department
Founded:
1918

Jul 31, 6:54 PM

Happy last day of July from iconic Ferril Lake in City Park. That view never gets old. Can you guess the year City Park was originally designed? Hint: It''s a few years younger than the state of Colorado, which turns the big 1-4-1 on Tuesday!

Jul 28, 3:37 PM

A fine looking mallard at Marston Forebay for your Friday. What should we name him? #marstonmallard

Jul 21, 6:10 PM

Did you know there are nearly 1,000 species of bees living in Colorado? Most are solitary, meaning they live and nest alone (not in large colonies like honeybees). Today''s grand opening of the Solitary Bee Hotel in #WatertonCanyon truly was the bee''s knees! Thank you to everyone who helped build this amazing exhibit connecting people to nature, right in our backyard.

Jul 20, 5:19 PM

Meet Hank. Hank is a smart irrigator. He knows to use a hand nozzle with a shutoff valve when watering his lawn by hand. From simple technologies to innovative irrigation systems that use real-time weather data and soil moisture sensors to automatically adjust watering, #smartirrigationmonth is all about spreading the word about the importance of maximizing water efficiency. Our friends at @irrigationassociation have tips, tools and ideas to help spread the word!