REMINDER: Thursday, June 1 - Gross Reservoir Community Advisory Working Group Meeting | 5:30 - 8:30 p.m..

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Map showing total impact rankings

Map showing total impact rankings (Pinyon Environmental, Inc. report)


Gross Reservoir Community Advisory Working Group Meeting

Thursday, June 1
5:30 - 8:30 p.m.

VIRTUAL via Zoom

Members of the public are welcome to observe all working group meetings

Fourth Advisory Working Group Meeting – 5:30 p.m., Thursday, June 1

The fourth (and final) Gross Reservoir Community Advisory Working Group meeting will be held virtually Thursday, June 1, from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. (Agenda)

Community members can attend and observe via Zoom (meeting link).

The purpose of the Gross Reservoir Community Advisory Working Group is to weigh different scenarios, interests, and collective impacts from both a scientific and subjective standpoint and make recommendations to Boulder County about what the community feels is the most equitable and fair way to distribute money from the Gross Reservoir Community Impact Mitigation Fund.

Thursday night's meeting will resume discussions and wrap up proposed recommendations from the prior three full meeting sessions. 

Note: If you haven't already provided input on your household's lighting impacts--or wish to comment on the Pinyon Environmental, Inc. report analyzing the air, noise, and visual impacts of Denver Water’s Gross Reservoir Expansion operations, please see the links in the "Give us Your Input" box below to send us your comments. 

We appreciate the continued community support of this effort. 


Barb Halpin
Gross Reservoir Community Impact Mitigation Fund Coordinator

The Boulder County Commissioners welcome your feedback, questions, and comments on the Denver Water Gross Reservoir settlement fund. Here are some ways you can continue to provide feedback:

  • Household Survey: Fill out the Gross Reservoir Community survey for your household (if you haven't already done so). 
  • Lighting Impacts Suvey: If the visual ranking for your property is listed as a "0" in the Pinyon report and you have a direct line of sight or lighting impacts from Denver Water's construction activities (including construction-related truck/vehicle headlights shining into your home), please complete the Lighting Impacts survey. (Tip: Click Ctl-F in the Pinyon report and type in your street number and address to find your home in the appendices.)
  • Pinyon Report Comments: Use the Pinyon Report comment form to submit your input on the Pinyon report. (Note: Comments will be shared aggregate with the Gross Reservoir Community Advisory Working Group.)

See for Working Group meeting notes and additional information.