Castle Rock Water has a strong well rehabilitation program to ensure our existing infrastructure operates in an efficient manner. The Water Resources Division identifies wells that are declining in production or show significant wear. The rehabilitation and equipment replacement program has identified specific Denver Basin deep groundwater wells for 2022.
Arapahoe Aquifer Wells CR-83 and CR-124
Denver Aquifer Wells CR-45, CR-47, and CR-150
Dawson Aquifer Wells CR-22 and CR-225
These wells have a combined daily production of 1.2 million gallons per day. The rehabilitation on these wells is being conducted by Hydro Resources for a project cost of $873,274 and will be completed in late fall 2022.
2022 Alluvial Well Rehab
Castle Rock Water has alluvial wells along the creeks in the watershed to pull in renewable water. Four alluvial wells are set for rehabilitation in 2022. The work will be conducted by Hydro Resources for a project cost of $114,000 and is expected to be completed in June 2022.
These wells are located throughout Castle Rock and not near populated areas. Construction activity will not be noticeable to residents.