Logan County Water Conservancy District

Logan County Water Conservancy District The Logan County Water Conservancy District (LCWCD) was founded with the following purpose:
-Prevent floods
-Regulate stream channels
-Regulate flow of streams
-Diverting, controlling, or eliminating water courses
-Protecting public and private property from inundation
-Conserve, develop, utilize, and dispose of water for agricultural, municipal, and industrial uses
-Participate in the development of parks and recreational facilities

Operating as usual

As we continue our efforts to protect the public, our board members and staff the Logan County Water Conservancy Distric...
04/27/2020
LCWCD Home

As we continue our efforts to protect the public, our board members and staff the Logan County Water Conservancy District will be conducting our monthly board meeting via a conference call.

If you are interested in participating please contact our staff and we will provide the necessary call-in information.

During this time of concern related to COVID-19 please practice healthy social distancing, focus on good personal hygiene and wash your hands with soap and water often.

https://www.logancountywcd.org/

Welcome to the LOGAN COUNTY WATER CONSERVANCY DISTRICT BOARD MEETINGS and OTHER EVENTS Board Meeting | April 29, 2020 | 206 Main Street, Sterling, CO 80751 | 9:00AM Board Meeting | May (TBD), 2020 | 206 Main Street,

In an effort to protect the public, our board members and staff the Logan County Water Conservancy District will be cond...
03/25/2020
LCWCD Home

In an effort to protect the public, our board members and staff the Logan County Water Conservancy District will be conducting our monthly board meeting via a conference call. If you are interested in participating please contact our staff and we will provide the necessary call-in information.

During this time of concern related to COVID-19 please practice healthy social distancing, focus on good personal hygiene and wash your hands with soap and water often.

https://www.logancountywcd.org/

Welcome to the LOGAN COUNTY WATER CONSERVANCY DISTRICT BOARD MEETINGS and OTHER EVENTS Board Meeting | March 27, 2020 | Meeting will be conducted via conference call. Contact us for call in info.| 9:00AM Board Meeting

The Environmental Protection Agency and Army Corps of Engineers announced last week that they will roll back much of the...
01/27/2020
Analysis: Ag claims a win in WOTUS rollback, but will it last?

The Environmental Protection Agency and Army Corps of Engineers announced last week that they will roll back much of the 2015 clean water regulations (known as Waters of the U.S., WOTUS) and looks to be a win for agriculture, but the issue is far from settled.

https://www.journal-advocate.com/2020/01/24/analysis-ag-claims-a-win-in-wotus-rollback-but-will-it-last/

The Environmental Protection Agency and Army Corps of Engineers announced this past week that they will roll back much of the 2015 clean water regulations known collectively as Waters of the U.S. W…

ICYMI... This project is not connected to the efforts of the Logan County Water Conservancy District, but there have bee...
01/27/2020
Preliminary talks under way on reservoir near Akron

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This project is not connected to the efforts of the Logan County Water Conservancy District, but there have been several locals with questions so we want to make sure that we shared this article so that it may be helpful to many of our Friends/Followers.

https://www.journal-advocate.com/2019/12/10/preliminary-talks-under-way-on-reservoir-near-akron/

A collaborative effort to build water storage along the South Platte River may be close to fruition. Joe Frank, manager of the Lower South Platte Water Conservancy District, briefed the district’s …

ICYMI... This article is not directly connected to the Logan County Water Conservancy District, but we thought you might...
12/13/2019
Water planning, storage crucial Northern symposium told

ICYMI... This article is not directly connected to the Logan County Water Conservancy District, but we thought you might find it interesting.

https://www.journal-advocate.com/2019/11/20/water-planning-storage-crucial-northern-symposium-told/

Climate change will require municipal water planners to do a lot of planning in the 21st century. Jeff Lukas, a water researcher at the University of Colorado, and Meagan Smith, water resource engi…

ICYMI... A recent meeting briefed Logan County residents on the process of creating changes to the flood plain map. http...
12/09/2019
Logan residents briefed on process of creating flood plain map

ICYMI... A recent meeting briefed Logan County residents on the process of creating changes to the flood plain map.

https://www.journal-advocate.com/2019/12/04/logan-residents-briefed-on-process-of-creating-flood-plain-map/

Floodplain maps aren’t just based on what has happened in the past, but also on what could happen in the future. That was the message delivered Tuesday evening by representatives of the Federal Eme…

FINAL REMINDER: This is for all interested & eligible parties.The Logan County Water Conservancy District is offering 1,...
12/04/2019
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FINAL REMINDER:

This is for all interested & eligible parties.

The Logan County Water Conservancy District is offering 1,549+/- acres of pasture to lease. The rights to lease the pasture for 5 years will be offered for competitive bidding at auction. The pasture will be in offered in 2 parcels of 472.4+/- acres and 1,076.6+/-acres. Both parcels will be offered separately, then as a single unit. Pastures are located 15 miles to 23 miles west to northwest of Sterling.
For bid packages and applications to bid, contact Marc Reck at Reck Agri Realty & Auction @ 970-520-5656 or Shane Miller at LCWCD @
970-520-8724. Applications to bid are due on or before December 6, 2019.

https://www.reckagri.com/prope…/lcwcd-pasture-lease-auction/

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ICYMI...According to the Journal-Advocate a public meeting has been planned at the courthouse for Tuesday, December 3rd,...
12/03/2019
Logan County officials irritated at flood plain map rollout

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According to the Journal-Advocate a public meeting has been planned at the courthouse for Tuesday, December 3rd, to present the new proposed "Special Flood Hazard Area" information for the county. The meeting is planned for 5:30-7PM.

Preliminary information from the new Logan County flood plain map shows 3,553 homes in the flood plain, of which 222 are newly included. Fifty-nine homes have been removed from the flood zone, and 225 homes added to what is called the “regulatory floodway.”

https://www.journal-advocate.com/2019/11/05/logan-county-officials-irritated-at-flood-plain-map-rollout/?fbclid=IwAR3CdwmVnHNqEqpgQLXs_B_RRnEdregWjM9-PuvtBBxdcr2SmX2pmCaIo4Q

The Logan County Commissioners were surprised to learn Tuesday that a public meeting has been planned at the courthouse to present the new proposed Special Flood Hazard Area information for the cou…

REMINDER: This is for all interested, eligible parties.The Logan County Water Conservancy District is offering 1,549+/- ...
12/02/2019
LCWCD Pasture Lease Auction | Reck Agri Realty & Auction

REMINDER: This is for all interested, eligible parties.
The Logan County Water Conservancy District is offering 1,549+/- acres of pasture to lease. The rights to lease the pasture for 5 years will be offered for competitive bidding at auction. The pasture will be in offered in 2 parcels of 472.4+/- acres and 1,076.6+/-acres. Both parcels will be offered separately, then as a single unit. Pastures are located 15 miles to 23 miles west to northwest of Sterling.
For bid packages and applications to bid, contact Marc Reck at Reck Agri Realty & Auction @ 970-520-5656 or Shane Miller at LCWCD @
970-520-8724. Applications to bid are due on or before December 6, 2019.

https://www.reckagri.com/properties/lcwcd-pasture-lease-auction/

Offering 1,549+/- acres of pasture to lease. The rights to lease the pasture for 5 years will be offered for competitive bidding at auction.

The Logan County Water Conservancy District is offering 1,549+/- acres of pasture to lease. The rights to lease the past...
11/21/2019
LCWCD Pasture Lease Auction | Reck Agri Realty & Auction

The Logan County Water Conservancy District is offering 1,549+/- acres of pasture to lease. The rights to lease the pasture for 5 years will be offered for competitive bidding at auction. The pasture will be in offered in 2 parcels of 472.4+/- acres and 1,076.6+/-acres. Both parcels will be offered separately, then as a single unit. Pastures are located 15 miles to 23 miles west to northwest of Sterling.

For bid packages and applications to bid, contact Marc Reck at Reck Agri Realty & Auction @ 970-520-5656 or Shane Miller at LCWCD @
970-520-8724. Applications to bid are due on or before December 6, 2019.

https://www.reckagri.com/properties/lcwcd-pasture-lease-auction/

Offering 1,549+/- acres of pasture to lease. The rights to lease the pasture for 5 years will be offered for competitive bidding at auction.

"... a public meeting has been planned at the courthouse to present the new proposed Special Flood Hazard Area informati...
11/19/2019
Logan County officials irritated at flood plain map rollout

"... a public meeting has been planned at the courthouse to present the new proposed Special Flood Hazard Area information for the county, but nobody has notified the owners of property included in the SFHA."

https://www.journal-advocate.com/2019/11/05/logan-county-officials-irritated-at-flood-plain-map-rollout/

The Logan County Commissioners were surprised to learn Tuesday that a public meeting has been planned at the courthouse to present the new proposed Special Flood Hazard Area information for the cou…

Even though this article is not tied directly to the LCWCD we found it very interesting and are sharing it to make sure ...
07/01/2019
Big new reservoirs planned northeast of Denver would divert more of South Platte’s Nebraska-bound water to thirsty metro suburbs

Even though this article is not tied directly to the LCWCD we found it very interesting and are sharing it to make sure you are aware of the kinds of projects are being considered in the region.

https://www.denverpost.com/2019/06/30/colorado-water-south-platte-river-reservoirs/

Colorado officials are planning to build multiple large reservoirs on the prairie northeast of Denver to capture more of the South Platte River’s Nebraska-bound water, then pump it back westw…

Please join our OPEN HOUSE! Come with questions, ideas and learn more about the Logan County Water Conservancy District'...
03/21/2019

Please join our OPEN HOUSE!

Come with questions, ideas and learn more about the Logan County Water Conservancy District's work on the Master Plan.

Monday - March 25, 2016
6:30PM

Please join our OPEN HOUSE!

Come with questions, ideas and learn more about the Logan County Water Conservancy District's work on the Master Plan.

Monday - March 25, 2016
6:30PM

For those of you that were not able to join us at the South Platte Master Plan presentation hosted by the LCWCD on Monda...
02/14/2019
City, county officials see S. Platte Master Plan

For those of you that were not able to join us at the South Platte Master Plan presentation hosted by the LCWCD on Monday afternoon here’s a good article that summarizes the information that was shared with our group.

We look forward to sharing more information with you as we move forward on the crafting of the new LCWCD Master Plan.

http://www.journal-advocate.com/sterling-local_news/ci_32448074/city-county-officials-see-s-platte-master-plan

An alliance or coalition is needed to carry on with work started with the Lower South Platte River Master Plan.

In case you missed it the Journal Advocate had a great article highlighting our recent activity and meeting with the Ste...
12/19/2018
Logan County Water Conservancy District changes focus

In case you missed it the Journal Advocate had a great article highlighting our recent activity and meeting with the Sterling City Council.

If you would like more information about the efforts going on with our Master Planning Process and the "Project Consideration Form" please email us at [email protected] or instant message us via our page.

http://www.journal-advocate.com/sterling-local_news/ci_32298305/water-district-changes-focus-council-told?fbclid=IwAR0H2iDZ7vfGbCGiFb5M-g_f7QSprWlwgQzwrZfB3zn_3fLWRLnnAddj5eQ

A water conservancy district originally formed to build a dam across Pawnee Creek has shifted its focus to other, more immediate concerns.

In case you missed it the Journal Advocate had a great article highlighting our recent activity and meeting with the Ste...
12/06/2018
Logan County Water Conservancy District changes focus

In case you missed it the Journal Advocate had a great article highlighting our recent activity and meeting with the Sterling City Council.

If you would like more information about the efforts going on with our Master Planning Process and the "Project Consideration Form" please email us at [email protected] or instant message us via our page.

http://www.journal-advocate.com/sterling-local_news/ci_32298305/water-district-changes-focus-council-told

A water conservancy district originally formed to build a dam across Pawnee Creek has shifted its focus to other, more immediate concerns.

Past Flooding on Pawnee Creek
03/10/2011

Past Flooding on Pawnee Creek

03/07/2011
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View of Pawnee Creek near Pawnee Pass looking northeast.
02/16/2011

View of Pawnee Creek near Pawnee Pass looking northeast.

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206 Main St
Sterling, CO
80751

General information

A public information meeting will be held on March 14, 2011 at Sterling Middle School, located at 1177 Pawnee Avenue, Sterling, CO, 80751. The objective of this meeting is to provide the public with information attained from the project scoping phase of the Pawnee Creek Flood Control Project. This meeting will be an open house where the public can speak directly with key people involved in the study to answer questions and discuss the information collected. Informational tables will be accessible from 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM, 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM, and 8:30 PM to 9:30 PM. A brief, informational presentation and question and answer session will be held at 7:30 PM. The District is very interested in ideas and input from any interested citizens or organizations. Input will be used to help the District select a preferred course of action to protect the citizens of Logan County from future Pawnee Creek floods. The District’s Engineer, W. W. Wheeler and Associates, Inc., is nearing the completion of the project scoping phase of the project. The first phase of work has involved development of a comprehensive hydrology model of the Pawnee Creek watershed, data collection and review, flood control alternatives analysis, facilitation of stakeholder meetings, and preparation of a Phase I report. Pawnee Creek is a large, uncontrolled watershed that drains more than 733 square miles from Pawnee Buttes to its confluence with the South Platte River near Atwood. Pawnee Creek is generally dry and its channel is more than a mile wide in many places, but the creek narrows near Atwood to a more confined channel that is susceptible to major flooding. The Pawnee Creek watershed has produced extreme floods about every 30 years and the last major flood occurred in 1997. During the 1997 storm, flood waters overflowed the Pawnee Creek bank near the Highway 14 crossing of Pawnee Creek causing nearly $20 million in damages to the City of Sterling, the Town of Atwood, and rural areas of Logan County. The 1997 flood damaged about 1,400 residences, 200 businesses, and nearly 14,000 acres of agricultural land. Follow the link below to download the word version of the Public Meeting Input Form: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1cO-zm45LE-jC15wR1t8W_sbUnHxqzA_QhuE5fAA2GO0/edit?hl=en#

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