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It is our pleasure to serve you ...

North Weld County Water District (NWCWD) has been serving its customers in northern Weld and eastern Larimer counties since 1962. It was in this year that a group of far sighted farmers knew that they needed a better source of domestic water, not only for their homes, but also for their livestock operations. From their numerous meetings, the idea emerged that would eventually be the beginning of NWCWD.

From a small beginning of 670 water taps and a usage of 130 million gallons of water per year, NWCWD has expanded to encompass 325 square miles, 3,800 water taps and over 1.75 billion gallons of water usage per year. Today we have one of the most responsive, financially sound, modern water delivery systems in the State of Colorado. All started by a small group of people who had a need, and were willing to dream and work hard to fulfill that dream.

A Message From Our Board of Directors...

The District is currently seeking applicants for the positions of District Engineer and Water Service Technician/Meter Reader. Please visit the Current Information Page for more details.

The District is excited to roll out online payments! This is a portal to make a payment only and cannot give you account information. Please contact us with questions!

The District accepts Visa, MasterCard, and Discover either in person, over the phone, or via online payment.

Before moving dirt in any way, call the Utility Notification Center of Colorado. UNCC will contact all utility companies located in the area to locate and mark their underground utilities. This service is offered at no charge to you. Learn more >>