Wood stave pipe installation on May 14, 1910.

Wood you believe it?

February 6, 2017 | By: TAP Staff

Although now a relic of the past, wood stave piping remains an admired piece of water history in Denver.

Sean Gandolfo, senior welder at Denver Water.

Sparks fly in the metal shop

January 30, 2017 | By: TAP Staff

From welders and electricians to mechanics and plumbers, it takes a village of experts to keep the water flowing.

Rod Weimer plowing snow near Winter Park, Colo.

Plowing snow near Winter Park

January 23, 2017 | By: TAP Staff

Denver Water’s caretakers and equipment operators often battle harsh conditions to keep the water flowing.

Williams Fork Reservoir

A cold day at Williams Fork

January 13, 2017 | By: TAP Staff

Holding nearly 32 billion gallons, Williams Fork Reservoir stands 217 feet above the Williams Fork River in Grand County.

Cheesman Reservoir

Cheesman Reservoir: First in the mountains

November 3, 2016 | By: TAP Staff

The century-old workhorse, more than 6,800 feet up on the South Platte River, provides reliable water supplies for downstream communities.