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STAGNANT WATER FLUSHING

Many buildings have had little to no usage during the Stay at Home order. When re-occupying the building, there may be stagnant water in your water lines. Please click Denver Water’s recommendations for recommendations on how to clear the lines.


CCVWD WATER RATES 2020

The Cherry Creek Water District adopted 2020 water rates and fees on December 10, 2019. These rates are effective as of January 1, 2020. Please visit 2020 Water Rates overview to view BOD comments.

The 2020 charges and fees are listed in the tables on the Rates & Payment page. To see BOD official announcement please visit 2020 Water Rates. To view the full details, please visit Resolution Ratifying CCVWD 2020 Water Rates.


EFFICIENCY IS THE NEW CONSERVATION

Denver Water Board of Commissioners approved the new Water Efficiency Plan in January 2018. The new plan is refocusing from a wide message of “Use Only What You Need” to a more focused and specific message to those inefficient customers. For more details, please click the TAP article.


CCVWD 2020 BUDGET

NOTICE: The BOD will hold a Budget Hearing Tuesday November 12, 2019 at 9:00AM.

Meeting will be held at Community Resource Services, 7995 East Prentice Avenue, Suite 103E, Greenwood Village, Colorado 80111


CCVWD 2020 WATER RATES

NOTICE: The BOD will hold a meeting Tuesday December 10, 2019 at 9:00AM to Consider Increase in Water Service Rates effective Janunary 1, 2020.

Meeting will be held at Community Resource Services, 7995 East Prentice Avenue, Suite 103E, Greenwood Village, Colorado 80111


NOTICE: Bills can now be paid by ACH. Please fill out the ACH Authorization Form and return it with a voided check. For a complete description of payment options please select Rates & Payments in the top menu.


Rules for outdoor water use

CHERRY CREEK VILLAGE WATER DISTRICT WATERING RESTRICTIONS

The water supply for Cherry Creek Village Water District comes from Denver Water, therefore it is requested that our customers follow the watering guidelines from Denver Water.

Voluntary (Stage 1) watering restrictions mean that Cherry Creek Village Water District customers may water no more than three times per week. Denver Water and in turn, the District, is asking its customers to reduce outdoor watering and follow the standard annual watering rules:

  • Water no more than three days per week (there are no assigned days).
  • Do not water lawns between 10 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
  • Do not waste water by allowing it to pool in gutters, streets and alleys.
  • Do not waste water by letting it spray on concrete and asphalt.
  • Repair leaking sprinkler systems within 10 days.
  • Do not water while it is raining or during high winds.

Please review the 2020 Denver Summer Water Mailer.

Please pay close attention to the weather and your landscape, and only water when necessary. Other tips:

  • Use a day of rain to skip watering.
  • Only water the areas of your yard that are dry. For example, if shady areas look fine, only water the dry areas that get the most sun exposure.

Customers with new plants, including seed, sod, annuals, shrubs or trees, may apply to the District for permission to water as necessary for up to 21 days. Call 303-381-4960. After 21 days, regular watering rules apply.

Both the Denver Water website and This Website will continue to provide up to the date information on these issues.

Adjust watering times at least once per month.

Get to know your timer. Adjust your automatic controller or manual watering times each month based on weather conditions. Use this chart as a starting point to determine the number of minutes to water each zone on the days you water. These times are averages. Adjust your watering minutes based on rainfall, type of grass or plants, sunny or shady locations and other characteristics.

Program your controller or timer to water in cycles to allow water to soak into the ground. Watering two days a week should be sufficient during most of the summer. If needed, water a third day during extreme heat or dry periods. Water trees and shrubs as needed, but not between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Shrubs and perennials need half as much water as lawns.

There are no assigned watering days, but never water a zone more than three days a week.

 

  Minutes of water per zone (for lawns, based on three days per week)
 

Fixed spray heads
 

Rotor heads
 

Rotary nozzles
 

Manual sprinklers
Jan - Apr Water trees and shrubs as needed
May 12 24 30 18
June 17 35 43 26
July 18 36 45 27
August 14 27 34 20
September 11 23 28 17
Oct - Dec Water threes and shrubs as needed

Remember, no watering between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. to avoid water loss from evaporation. These times are based on a sprinkler system running at an efficient level.