Brian and I have always argued over who has better water Greeley or Fort Collins. Let's be honest. Neither is great.  I came from Holyoke where we got water from the ground. That was good water.  Do you think Greeley has good water? Answer our poll below.  Greeley has released their Consumer Confidence Report .It is an annual summary of the quality of drinking water treated and distributed by the City of Greeley. This is a report of drinking water testing conducted in 2012.

According to the City of Greeley:

Greeley’s water starts as pure Rocky Mountain snowmelt and the Water Department uses the latest technologies and most effective practices to further improve the quality of our drinking water. Two water treatment plants make the water safe to drink in Greeley. The Bellvue plant is located at the mouth of the Cache la Poudre River canyon and operates continually throughout the year. The Boyd Lake plant in Loveland is a seasonal, peaking plant that operates during the lawn-watering season. Both plants are frequently upgraded to help Greeley’s drinking water meet and exceed state and federal standards.

Those who have water quality concerns or questions should call 970-350-9846. The report and additional information is available on the City of Greeley’s web site.