Golden Water

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Golden Water is responsible for one of our most precious resources–the city’s water supply. From our reservoirs at the Continental Divide until it is returned to Clear Creek as treated wastewater, each step of this process is carefully managed and monitored.

As our customers–Golden water users–we invite you to take an active role in managing and preserving our water supply for current and future generations.

Water and Sewer 24-hour emergency line: 303-384-8158

For utility billing questions, please call 303-384-8026 or email
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Water Conservation

The City of Golden is dedicated to raising awareness of the importance of water conservation and helping our community use water more efficiently.

There are many simple ways that you can increase your water savings by using water more efficiently in your home and yard. Visit our Water Conservation page for information on water conservation programs and educational opportunities.

Utility Billing

Visit our Utility Billing page for information on water rates and payment methods.

Water Quality

Golden’s Water Quality Laboratory is certified for water quality analysis by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and performs many complex analyses in order to document and safeguard Golden drinking water quality and ensure that it exceeds all state and federal standards. Learn more about Golden water quality, including annual water quality reports.

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 Golden was named after Thomas L. Golden,
a gold prospector who arrived in Jefferson County in 1858.

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