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General Information FAQs

How do I contact Meridian Metropolitan District or (303) 790-0345



How do I pay my water bill? 

Payments can be made by check or on-line. Payments cannot be taken over the phone. If paying by check, payments can be...

  • dropped off at the District office at: 12111 E. Belford Avenue, Englewood, CO 80112
  • or mailed to: PO Box 912614 Denver, CO 80291-2614

Note: It takes about 3-7 days for payments to be processed.

How is my water bill calculated? 

For information on water rates and how water bills are calculated please refer to the Water Services page.


Water Supply FAQs 

Where does Meridian’s water come from? 

Meridian’s water comes from a combination of groundwater supplies in the Denver Basin Aquifer system and renewable surface water supplies.

What is the quality of Meridian’s water and where can I learn more? 

Meridian’s water meets or exceeds all mandates for clean water. Testing is done using sophisticated equipment and advanced procedures. Water quality is regulated by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. Meridian’s water quality is summarized in its Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) which is available on the District’s website under the Water Services tab.

Why does the water pressure fluctuate? 

Water pressure can fluctuate due to high usage times. Pumps are working harder to get the water to residents.

What is Meridian doing about conservation? 

Meridian recycles 100% of its water. In addition, Meridian has a state approved water conservation plan which is available on the District website. 


Wastewater FAQs

What is wastewater? 

Wastewater is used water that can include substances such as human waste, food scraps, oils, soaps and chemicals. In homes, this means water from sinks, showers, bathtubs, toilets, washing machines and dishwashers. Businesses and industries also contribute their share of used water that must be cleaned. Meridian’s wastewater is treated at the District’s sewer plant.

How is water recycled in Meridian? 

Reclaimed Water

What is reclaimed water? Reclaimed water is wastewater that is treated and substances and contaminants are removed. Reclaimed water must meet certain water quality standards and then can be used for outdoor irrigation.

How is reclaimed water used in Meridian? Meridian’s reclaimed irrigation water is currently used on the golf course, commercial properties, parks, and common areas. Reclaimed water is not delivered directly to residential customers.


What is stormwater? Stormwater is rainwater, snow melt, or water that runs off of a surface (like driveways, parking lots, or rooftops) and goes into a gutter, ditch, or roadside drain, and ultimately into the storm drain system. In Meridian all stormwater is captured in detention ponds in order to control both the water quality and volume of stormwater runoff.