2023 State of the River Meetings

Save the date for one of the nine State of the River meetings happening across the western slope this spring. Each meeting will begin at 6 pm with a light dinner, and programing that runs from 6:30- 8 pm.

Keep your eyes on our social media, newsletter and your local paper for updates and registration links for each event.

  • Montrose – March 20th, Montrose County Event Center
  • Craig – March 22nd, Moffat County Fairgrounds
  • Steamboat Springs – March 23rd, Steamboat Springs Community Center
  • Rangely – April 5th, Old Ace High Building (subject to change)
  • Grand Junction – April 13th, CMU Ballroom
  • Glenwood Springs – May 2nd, Glenwood Springs Community Center
  • Granby – May 22nd, Sun Outdoors Conference Center
  • Silverthorne – May 23rd, Silverthorne Pavilion
  • Eagle – June 1st, CMC in Edwards (subject to change)

WHAT ARE STATE OF THE RIVER MEETINGS?

State of the River events are hosted each year as an opportunity for our constituents (you) to learn more about West Slope water, the outlook for our rivers, and how the Colorado River District is working to protect our most precious resource.

The Colorado River District works with local partners to bring these events to each river basin across our 15-counties. Each program features experts presenting on current hydrology, how much water we can expect to see in local rivers, ditches, and reservoirs, and up-to-date information about regional, statewide, and local water issues impacting your community.

We all have a vested interest in water, so whether you’re an irrigator, angler, boater, skier, water, or energy provider, be sure to join a State of the River event near you!

State of the River events are free, open to the public, and include dinner. Registration is recommended to secure your spot as seating and food may be limited.

State of the River Meetings 2022
State of the River Meetings 2021
State of the River Meetings 2020