Water and Land Use Planning

February 8, 2016--8 trends and takeaways from this year’s Water Congress (Denver Water)

all me a water nerd, but I love going to the Colorado Water Congress annual convention every year. But it can be exhausting. Three days of networking and catching up with professional colleagues (and friends) can wear a girl down, but it’s totally worth it. The convention is devoted to education and conversation on all things water.


December 3, 2015--State releases final version of Colorado Water Plan (Pine River Times)

Colorado now has a plan for its water supply future, motivated by the prediction of state population doubling to around 10 million people by 2050. The plan was released on Nov. 19. It contains well over 400 pages. It was initiated in May 2013 by an executive order from Gov. John Hickenlooper.


October 30, 2015--Land use must consider water supply, speakers say (Durango Herald)

Land use choices and water use are connected. So how come water people and land use planners don't work together as water supply becomes more at risk and state population keeps growing? That was the focus of a water and land use forum on Oct. 23 at the La Plata County Administration Building.


Pilot October 23rd Water and Land Use Planning Session (Durango, CO)

The pressures of reduced water supplies intersecting with increased population and the need for adequate housing are prompting a more urgent look at the water and land use planning connection. To these ends there will be a pilot water and land use planning work session for land use planners, water utility personnel, local government officials, and other interested parties on October 23rd from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm at the La Plata County Administration Building (1101 East 2nd Avenue in Durango).


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