Current District News

North Weld County Water District (NWCWD) has added another public meeting date and time to discuss the model and anticipated rate changes. The two upcoming public meetings are scheduled for: October 21 at 1:00 p.m. October 28 at 6:00 p.m. Both meetings will take place at […]

North Weld County Water District (NWCWD) is changing the way rates are calculated. These changes provide the necessary revenue to pay for increasing costs and will have notable rate impacts. To ease these changes to customers, NWCWD will make the transition to the new calculation […]

Dear Customers: Population growth, increasing water demands, aging infrastructure, and the need for additional water supply have put pressure on NWCWD’s budget. NWCWD must invest in major infrastructure improvements and water purchases to continue to provide water to current customers and accommodate future growth. At […]

Notice of 2019 Drinking Water Quality Report for Calendar Year 2018 We are pleased to present to you this year’s water quality report.  Our constant goal is to provide you with a safe and dependable supply of drinking water.  Please contact the office at 970-356-3020 […]

Currently, the District has voluntary watering restrictions in place.  We understand the importance of smart watering practices and ask that our customers be responsible and follow the basic rules of smart watering: Water no more than three days a week. Don’t water during the heat […]

North Weld County Water District (NWCWD), issued a Request for Qualifications (RFQs) from potential bidders for its upcoming project entitled, “Eaton Pipeline Project” (Project).  The Approved Contractor List can be found here.

The same natural forces that trigger cold-weather breaks in NWCWD’s mains can cause pipes to burst in your own household or business plumbing. Here are tips for avoiding costly damage. Before Cold Weather Hits: Know the location of your water shut-off valve and test it […]