The Little Thompson Water District is a quasi-municipal corporation and a political subdivision of the State of Colorado formed by decree in 1961. In 1962, the District began serving domestic water to a 250-square-mile area in Larimer, Weld and Boulder counties.
Mission, History and Who We Serve:
The District was created 1961 for the purpose of providing water facilities and services for the residents within the District’s boundaries. In 1962, the District began serving domestic water to a 250-square-mile area in Larimer, Weld and Boulder counties. The service area generally is bounded by the City of Loveland on the north, Longs Peak Water District on the south, the City of Greeley, the South Platte and St. Vrain Rivers on the east, and the foothills on the west. It expanded to include the former Arkins Water Association in 2000 and the Town of Mead in 2002.
The District’s Mission:
To provide our customers with safe, reliable and aesthetically pleasing water for domestic and fire protection purposes at a fair and reasonable price.
Who We Serve:
Our customers include homes, farms, commercial enterprises and municipalities. The District serves 7,500 residential customers and 300 non-residential business and commercial customers. Other customers include the North Carter Lake Water District, Longs Peak Water District, the Town of Mead and portions of the Town, of Berthoud, Loveland and Johnstown.