Under the Water22 program, Colorado residents pledge to save 22 gallons of water per day to conserve impressive amounts of water statewide.
A bill introduced in the Colorado General Assembly will encourage homeowners to replace their traditional lawns with water-wise landscaping, which includes native plants having lower water needs.
Colorado state legislators are considering a bill that would turn illegal ponds into "fire suppression ponds," potentially affecting the rights of senior appropriation right holders.
Faced with the ongoing megadrought, Colorado lawmakers want to incentivize water-wise landscaping to reduce lawn irrigation.
With worsening drought conditions, some homeowners want to install artificial turf. But some homeowners associations reject the idea. Colorado passed legislation regulating HOAs treatment of...
Colorado recently enacted legislation directing two state-run universities and the Colorado Water Institute to research the use of blockchain and other emerging technologies for water management.