Water is our most valuable resource.
It’s no secret that the semi-arid Denver Metro Area is growing quickly. 70% of Colorado’s growth is expected in the water-short Platte River Basin, which will result in water services demands in excess of the current capabilities of municipal service providers, especially during drought conditions. In fact, the Statewide Water Supply Initiative estimates that population growth in the Denver region and South Platte River Basin could result in additional water supply demands of over 400,000 acre feet by the year 2030.
So how will Colorado sustain this kind of population growth with its water shortage problem?
Pure Cycle is uniquely positioned with significant water and water related assets available for municipal consumption. We believe that water and the availability of water will continue to be critical to growth prospects for the region and the state, and that competition for available sources of water will continue to intensify.
We also believe that Colorado’s future water supply needs will be met through conservation, reuse and the development of new supplies. It is our goal to be the leaders in finding and supplying the solution to our water shortage problem.
Colorado's future water supply needs will be met through conservation, reuse and the development of new supplies.