Stewarding our Water

The St. Vrain and Left Hand Water Conservancy District, founded in 1971, is your trusted local government working to safeguard water supplies for all. We protect local water rights, encourage improved water management and support the development of additional water storage for shared community benefits.

Passage Playbook

Check out our guide for working on multi-benefit projects that include ditch diversions and fish passage.

Partner Funding

Need funding support for a project that protects local water rights, improves water management, or add water storage?

Snowpack Enhancement

Learn how we are using new technologies to increase snowfall and the overall amount of water in our basin.

Areas We Serve:

SVLH District Map
Our district serves an area of 500 square miles. This extends up to the Continental Divide on the west; the confluence of St. Vrain Creek and the South Platte River on the east; the Boulder/Larimer county line on the north; and the Boulder Creek drainage on the south.


1715 Iron Horse Drive, Suite 250
Longmont, CO 80501

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 303-772-4060

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