History of Water Augmentation Plan

Water is a valuable resource in Colorado.  Various areas of the State and subdivisions can be subject to augmentation plans depending on the affect of their water draw to those with senior water rights.  All water wells in the Indian Mountain Subdivision must be augmented in order to be permitted and pumped.
Water Augmentation in Indian Mountain has a long and storied history.  Most recently, the Indian Mountain Metropolitan District (IMMD), with support from IMPOA,  formed an alternative to the sole augmentation option which existed for many years.
The Indian Mountain Metropolitan District (IMMD) is the primary stakeholder of the Indian Mountain Water Service Program (IMWSP).  For a complete history of water augmentation in Indian Mountain, your options, and other related information, please visit the Indian Mountain Metropolitan District website under the “Water” menu. The Operations Manual has a great brief on augmentation history.  Also, there is an informative newsletter authored by the IMWSP staff found under the “News” heading on the left column of the home page.