Castle Pines North Metro District
Welcome to the Castle Pines North Metro District
The Castle Pines North Metro District is dedicated to providing safe, reliable water to all residents and businesses throughout the community.

Water Sources & Infrastructure

Water is delivered to the Castle Pines North (CPN) water treatment plant which produces 5.0 million gallons of water per day. Treated water is then stored in the District's two storage tanks, and supplied to customers on demand.

Water in CPN originates from three underground aquifers which include the Arapahoe, Denver and the Lower Dawson, all of which are located in the Denver Basin. The Metro District has eleven water wells located in the community.

The District is also working with other water providers throughout the South Metro area to develop renewable water resources (large pdf).

Evaluation of CPNMD Water Level and Well Production Data
Well Production Evaluation Tables
Well Production Evaluation Tables Appendix (Large file - 8MB)

Water Rates & Budget

All CPN water customers have individualized water budgets based on lot size. Additionally, all utility customers pay a customer service charge to offset metering and billing expenses, as well as a capital improvement fee designed to help pay for future renewable water supplies. CPN customers are currently charged a flat rate for sewer and stormwater services.

To help our community conserve water, the Metro District utilizes a water budget for all customers. The water budget in CPN is designed to promote conservation and increase awareness of the amount of water a home needs for irrigation. The average home in CPN uses more than four times more water in the summer months than in the winter, primarily for landscape irrigation.

The water budget is designed to allocate the amount of water for irrigation needed based on the time of year and the lot size. During the seven month irrigation seasons (April through October), all CPN residents are allowed 27 inches of applied irrigation for their lawns.

To calculate the water budget for an individual lot, contact Janet Burnham. For contact information. For information on suggested monthly irrigation, click here.

Water and Wastewater Rate Public Presentation May 7, 2007

See the Current Rate Table

Water Quality

The Castle Pines North Metro District continues to maintain a perfect water quality record. Numerous samples are taken throughout the year to ensure the District meets all EPA requirements for providing safe drinking water.

2014 Annual Water Quality Report

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