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Providing clean, safe, reliable, on-demand drinking water, wastewater, stormwater, parks, trails, and open space services to the people of Castle Pines, west of I-25.

Heads Up: Water Source Update! Consistent with CPNMD’s bi-annual water-source rotation — courtesy of our newly renovated water-treatment plant and our ten freshly rehabbed deep-water wells — your water will continue originating from the Denver Basin Aquifer System until October 1st. Our deep-well water is substantially softer than our renewable-surface water stored in Chatfield Reservoir, which Centennial Water & Sanitation District (Highlands Ranch) treats from October through April. We will remind you of our bi-annual water-source rotation again as we prepare to transition back to CPNMD’s renewable water sources in Chatfield Reservoir in the fall.



If you experience low or fluctuating water pressure ― especially after activating your irrigation system in the spring ― you or your plumber will need to check the pressure release valve (PRV) adjacent to your water meter. Given the CPNMD’s bi-annual water-source rotation, our water & wastewater systems operations manager, Nathan Travis, urges homeowners to check their PRV annually and plan to replace it roughly every ten years.



(PLEASE NOTE: from October 1st through April 30th of each year, we utilize our renewable water stored in Chatfield Reservoir that travels through the Centennial Water & Sanitation District’s water-treatment system, through our existing interconnect pipeline, and into our water distribution system. From May 1st through September 30th of each year, we utilize our deep-water wells in the Denver Basin Aquifer System.)

Water Conservation

The Castle Pines North Metro District provides clean, safe, reliable, on-demand drinking water, wastewater, stormwater, parks, trails, and open space services to the people of Castle Pines, west of I-25.

2021 Drinking Water Consumer Confidence Report

Water Conservation Resources

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xERISCAPING IN CASTLE PINES NORTH

A good landscape and garden begins with a good design. To learn how Xeriscaping can enhance your home and save you money on your water bill, read The 7 Principles of Xeriscape. You will also find information on water saving Bluegrass alternatives in this document.

Although the Front Range presents a special set of challenges for growing trees, the desire to have a large shade tree in your yard can be a reality. Learn more about caring for your trees in Castle Pines North.

Want to know the proper way to plant trees and shrubs? Our Tree and Shrub Planting Guidelines can get your plants off to the right start.

Full color guide to Xeriscape Plants