Educate employees, contractors, and any other user in your facility about the importance of water conservation.
Perform a leak survey on your facility. This can be done after hours or on weekends by watching the meter for the facility. Sub-metering may be necessary to identify leaks in larger, more complex facilities.
Perform a landscape watering efficiency study. Reducing turf or other irrigated area can reduce mowing, fertilizing, waste removal, and water costs
Replace older toilets and urinals with new low-flow toilets and urinals. Denver Water periodically offers rebates for both residential and commercial toilet replacement . Willows' customers are eligible for rebates offered by Denver Water.
Replace older faucet aerators and showerheads with new low-flow models.
Regularly inspect, maintain and repair your boiler systems.Consider installing a condensate return line on your boiler, if it does not already have one.
Identify all single-pass flows in your facility.These flows are often associated with equipment cooling for pumps, compressors, ice machines, air conditioners, etc. Check with Denver Water for any incentive program that may pay a portion of the typical replacement costs.
Regularly inspect, maintain, and repair your cooling tower system.Increasing the cycles of concentration on your cooling tower can significantly reduce water usage.
Review historical water usage for your facility. Analyzing several years of consumption data will often identify undiscovered leaks or other process inefficiencies. View Your Water Use History.
Perform a water audit on your facility.The primary purpose of a water audit is to make sure you can identify where all of your water use is going.
Website Accesibilty Policy Willows Water District
Willows Water District is fully committed to providing accessible facilities, elements and
channels of communication to all members of the public. As part of this commitment, Willows Water District
has a policy of providing an accessible website compatible with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1) and
commercial screen reading software. All features of the website are coded to allow individuals with vision and
other impairments to understand and use the website to the same degree as someone without disabilities. We welcome
feedback and can often resolve issues in a timely manner if they arise.
If you need any special assistance or accommodations
Willows Water District has designated a compliance officer for website disability-related accommodations.
The compliance officer has received training in website accessibility and updates the site in accordance with those best
practices. Contact our accessibility officer to report an issue.
Compliance Procedures and Reports
In addition to testing with users with a wide range of disabilities and coding our website to WCAG standards,
Willows Water District regularly scans its website to ensure ongoing compliance, and makes timely
changes to any inaccessible changes, if any are found. In our ongoing commitment to transparency, we make the
last three months' reports available to the public.
August 2021 Website Accessibility Compliance Report
July 2021 Website Accessibility Compliance Report
June 2021 Website Accessibility Compliance Report
Linked Documents and Third Parties
Please note that this site may link out to third-party websites, such as state or federal agencies, that do
not have accessible content. This site may also include documents provided by third parties included in our
agenda packets, for example. While we cannot control the accessibility of content provided by third parties,
we are happy to assist any member of the public with reading and accessing content on our site.