Documents & Maps

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Glade Reservoir Flyover   
This short animation gives a bird's-eye view of an artist's rendering of the  proposed Glade Reservoir and the surrounding area.
 


  Glade Reservoir   
Map shows the two preferred alternative reservoirs, the proposed U.S. 287 highway realignment and pipelines for ditch company water exchanges.  
 
 Glade/Galeton Alternative  map Glade/Galeton Alternative 
Map shows another view of Glade Reservoir overlaid on an aerial map.

  Highway 287 Realignment
Map shows  the proposed U.S. Highway 287 realignment if Glade Reservoir is built.
 
 
 NISP Participants map NISP Participants 
Map shows the 15 Northern Colorado NISP participants and their NISP allotments.
 
  
 Cactus Hill Location map Cactus Hill Location
Map shows Cactus Hill Reservoir alternative including necessary infrastructure and Galeton Reservoir configuration.

 Cactus Hill/Galeton map Cactus Hill/Galeton
Map shows another view of the Cactus Hill alternative overlaid on an aerial map.

Environmental Review

NISP Brochures & Newsletters

Public Opinion Surveys: Strong NISP Support
Two public opinion surveys – taken five years apart – show continuing strong support for NISP:

Water Quality Studies Summarized
These documents summarize the Northern Integrated Supply Project studies conducted by Black & Veatch Corporation following questions raised by the City of Fort Collins and others during the Draft Environmental Impact Statement comment period. These studies address issues associated with water quality in Horsetooth Reservoir and the Poudre River as well as at a defunct missile site north of the river. 

Ag Water Quality and NISP
Maintaining water quality is an important component of the Northern Integrated Supply Project. To that end, the 15 NISP participants have utilized one of the nation’s foremost experts on agricultural water quality issues – Dr. Glenn Hoffman – to analyze water samples collected in the New Cache and Larimer and Weld canals and at the Kersey Gage on the South Platte River and predict future salinity levels after the implementation of NISP.

He found NISP will not impact farmer’s ability to grow crops and will not reduce yields. 

The Agricultural Water Quality Brochure describes general water quality information and defines commonly used water quality terminology. For further information please contact Amy Johnson at 970-292-2524 or ajohnson@northernwater.org.

Other NISP Documents & Materials