The South Metro WISE Authority received a 2016 Metro Vision Award from the Denver Regional Council of Governments for the WISE Partnership.
The Water Infrastructure and Supply Efficiency Partnership (WISE) is a regional water supply project …
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The Water Infrastructure and Supply Efficiency Partnership (WISE) is a regional water supply project between Aurora Water, Denver Water and members of the South Metro Water Supply Authority. First conceived in 2008, the partnership combines water supplies and system capacities to create a sustainable new water supply for the region.
The WISE Partnership will benefit roughly 2 million people and it will bring a sustainable water supply to south metro communities. When water deliveries begin in early 2017, some of Colorado's fastest-growing communities will be able to partially replace non-renewable groundwater.
DRCOG's Metro Vision awards are presented to individuals and programs who contribute outstanding efforts to the Denver region and its communities, and to DRCOG's programs and activities. The regional council has been honoring outstanding achievements for more than 30 years.
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