Most City and County of Denver offices will be closed Monday, March 27 in observance of the César Chávez Day holiday.
The Wastewater Management Division, part of the City and County of Denver Department of Transportation and Infrastructure, maintains more than 1,500 miles of sanitary sewer and more than 800 miles of storm drainage underground lines and pipes.
Wastewater refers to any water that has become contaminated by human influence and is broken into two groups: sewage and stormwater, which are managed through separate systems in Denver.
Assistance with sanitary sewer charges, billed in combination with Denver Water, and storm drainage charges calculated annually and billed in semi-annual installments.
Documents and resources from DOTI's Wastewater Management, for development, design and construction.
Denver's green infrastructure strategies target multiple pollutants while also enhancing our communities with benefits such as increased open space, improved air quality and connectivity.
Questions about your sewer services, billing, or maintenance?
Stormwater safely and efficiently drains through an infrastructure system operated by the City and County of Denver. The City’s stormwater system is completely separate from the sanitary sewer system.
The City and County of Denver Storm Drainage Master Plan (SDMP) is a document that evaluates Denver’s existing urban flood risk and provides recommendations for future capital improvements to reduce flood damages and increase safety.
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