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Aurora Water

2023 Aurora Water Quality Report now available
Aurora Water tests 85,000+ water samples annually to ensure the water we deliver to more than 400,000 residents is clean and safe. Aurora’s water surpasses the strict health standards required by the EPA and the health department. Learn more at

June watering scheduleOur reservoirs are low, so Aurora is at Drought Stage I. Learn more about Aurora's drought situationLink to Water Quality Report PDFLink to Know Your FlowAurora Water's new inline portal. Sign up now!Find out more about our ongoing efforts to address PFAS.Aurora Water Cares

Here is our recommended watering schedule for June. Remember, you may water no more than three days a week, and through Sept. 30, watering between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. is not allowed.

Our reservoirs are low, so Aurora is at Drought Stage I. Learn more about Aurora's drought situation

View the 2023 Water Quality Report. The report helps you stay informed and learn what’s in your great-tasting water.

Enroll now and receive monthly reports showing how much water you use and how to conserve.

Aurora Water has a new customer portal. Sign up now!

Find out more about our ongoing efforts to address PFAS.

Do you or someone you know need help paying a water bill? Take a look at our community resource program.

Aurora declares Drought Stage I.
Colorado has experienced lower-than-normal precipitation since 2020. Aurora Water is carefully monitoring both our mountain water supply and our in-town demands. Learn more on our drought page.

Aurora Water General Inquiries
Media Inquiries
[email protected]

Engineering and Fire Flow Modeling Requests
[email protected]

Contact UNCC online
or dial 811 for all other utility locates

[email protected] Water

Rory Franklin
Senior Media Strategist
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Greg Baker
Manager of Aurora Water Public Relations
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Aurora Water Course

For Aurora residents interested in the water tour, we highly recommend participating in the Aurora Water Course. The class provides the foundational elements necessary for understanding the more complex information discussed in the water tour. 

Due to class space constraints, we are limited to participants for each session. Class registration is required to participate in the class. Class priority will be given to Aurora residents, as well as based upon the answers in the applications. Aurora residents who take the course receive priority for the two-day water tour, though participation in the class does not guarantee a spot on the tour. The class may also be taken even if a participant does not plan on attending the water tour.

For additional information and to apply.

Questions? Contact us at [email protected].

2023 Aurora Water Tour

2018 Water TourAurora Water hosts a biennial two-day, overnight tour of the city’s mountain water supply and delivery system targeted for our legislative delegation and staff, regional policy makers and active and interested citizens. Water is a critical issue in Colorado and there is a heightened interest in where our water supplies come from, as well as how we will meet our future needs. Aurora’s water supply system spans three river basins and serves more than 400,000 people.

This year’s tour date is scheduled for August 15 & 16, 2023. Guests on the tour include city council members, county commissioners, state and federal legislators and staff, regional water entities, regulators and community leaders.

Residents can apply at Capacity on the bus is limited. Applications close on July 28. 


Aurora Water (Colorado) Mission Statement
Enhance and protect the quality of life for Aurora citizens by providing safe, dependable and sustainable water, sewer and stormwater services, today and in the future.

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