Water Conservation Collaboration at Work in Loveland, Colorado in Centerra’s Master-Planned Community

September 6, 2022 Posted In

In 2015, then-Governor John Hickenlooper directed the Colorado Water Conservation Board to create the first comprehensive Colorado Water Plan. This document is being updated and set for final release in early 2023. It serves as the state’s framework for solutions to Colorado’s water challenges exacerbated by climate change and ongoing drought throughout the Western U.S.

One of the major tenets of the Colorado Water Plan is active collaboration by different entities to conserve our most precious natural resource –
water. In this collaborative spirit Associated Landscape Contractors of Colorado and Centerra, a 3,000-acre master planned community
in Loveland, worked together and designated Centerra as the state’s first Sustainable Landscape Community. The community’s new designation
recognizes its commitment to water conservation and sustainability.

To read the full article, in the Colorado Real Estate Journal’s September 2022 Building Dialogue, click here.

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