2016 Annual Report

Letter from River District President:
“I am proud to work with everyone at the River District and invite you to lean more about us at www.ColoradoRiverDistrict.org.  Or, you can contact a Board member representing each of our 15 counties.”  – Tom Alvey, President, Colorado River District Board of Directors

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2015 Annual Report

Letter from River District President:
“The River District goal is to protect and balance the water values we hold dear on the West Slope-the environment, recreation and, most especially, irrigated agriculture in this process.” – Jon Stavney, President, Colorado River District Board of Directors

2014 Annual Report

Letter from River District President:
“In the world of water, most of the major issues in water resource protection, planning and development benefit from the view point provided by such a large District.” Jon Stavney, President, Colorado River District Board of Directors

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2013 Annual Report

Letter from River District President:
“Thanks to the efforts of Gov. John Hickenlooper, Colorado is pushing forward with the tough, “adult” conversation on how to best supply water to a growing population.”  James Newberry, President, Colorado River District Board of Directors

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2012 Annual Report

Letter from River District President:
“… the demand for Western Colorado water on the Front Range is never ending and the Colorado River District must be ever vigilant and always engaged to protect Western Colorado’s interests. This, we promise to do.” James Newberry, President, Colorado River District Board of Directors

2011 Annual Report

Letter from River District President:
“… after more than four years of intense, mediated negotiations, the Colorado River District and 38 other West Slope water partners reached an agreement in principle with Denver Water to put to rest many of the most contentious legal issues over which we have fought for decades.” – Thomas R. Sharp, Colorado River District Board President

2010 Annual Report

Letter from River District Board President:
“It is with cautious optimism that we report that in 2010, after more than four years of intense mediated negotiations, the Colorado River District and other West Slope water partners reached an agreement in principle with Denver Water.” Thomas R. Sharp, President, Colorado River District Board of Directors

2009 Annual Report

Letter from River District Board President:
The consequences of over development are formidable — to the entire state. If major projects are allowed to be developed that affect the Colorado River Basin without certainty that there is water available both physically and legally, there is the very real probability that we will trigger a crisis.” Andrew A. Mueller, President, Colorado River District Board of Directors

Annual Report 2008

2008 Annual Report

Letter from River District Board President:
” … the Colorado River District in 2008 took a leadership role in trying to find a balanced vision for Colorado’s future.”  Andrew A. Mueller, President, Colorado River District Board of Directors

2007 Annual Report

Letter from River District President:
“Colorado, as a state, took on a threshold question in 2007: How much water is left to develop under the Colorado River Compacts of 1922 and 1948?” Peter G. Kasper, President, Colorado River District Board of Directors

2006 Annual Report

Letter from River District Board President:
“We must consider what level of risk the respective users are willing to accept, and what are the repercussions of those risks should curtailment occur.” – William S. Trampe, President, Colorado River District Board of Directors

2005 Annual Report

Letter from River District Board President:
“In 2005, Governor Bill Owens signed House Bill 1177, named the Colorado Water for the 21st Century Act. With the passage of this legislation came the recognition that water is not an unlimited resource in Colorado, and how we use that resource has a great impact on Colorado for future generations.” William S. Trampe, President, Colorado River District Board of Directors

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2004 Annual Report

Letter from River District President:
“This past year placed the Colorado River Water Conservation District squarely in the debate about the “Big River” issues that the drought has once again brought to the forefront.” Stephen M. Mathis, President, Colorado River District Board of Directors

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