Welcome to the Little Thompson Water District
The Little Thompson Water District is a quasi-municipal corporation and a political subdivision of the State of Colorado. The District was created pursuant to state law for the purpose of providing water facilities and services for the inhabitants of the District. The order and decree creating the District was entered in 1961. We began serving domestic water to a 300-square mile area in Larimer, Weld and Boulder counties in 1962. Our service area is generally bounded by the City of Loveland on the north, Longs Peak Water District on the south, the City of Greeley, the South Platte River and the St. Vrain River on the east, and the foothills on the west. It expanded to include the former Arkins Water Association in 1999 and the Town of Mead in 2002.
As we announced earlier this year, we have been hard at work (with the assistance of our partners from UMS) upgrading the water meters throughout the District with the latest smart meter technology. This technology allows meters to be read remotely, as well as giving our customers the ability to monitor their water usage. Get to know your water usage by creating an account at www.eyeonwater.com. Powered by Badger Meter, in association with LTWD, EyeOnWater lets you connect to your water utility account to see how much water you’re using. It can even alert you to possible leaks on your property. Visit the Badger YouTube Channel (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RSW5FcB1nM0 for an informative video. If you have any technical issues creating your account you can reach Badger Meter Customer Service at 1-800-616-3837, Option 1.
- Access to your water consumption data on an hourly, daily, monthly, and annual basis.
- Get configurable leak alerts by email or SMS text message.
- Easy to view and understand your water usage to help you manage the resource.
- Can help you identify areas to make changes to reduce your bill.
Unfortunately, this technology is not available to all accounts within the District. Customers in the northwestern most area of the District, and some other random areas, do not have the proper cell signals for the meters to transmit data.
If we have been able to install a smart meter at the property you will have a new lid on your meter pit.
If you are still not sure if you have a new smart meter, you can go to the signup link and enter the required information (zip code and account number leaving out the dot from the account number). If there is a smart meter installed at your property, the website will allow a username and password to be setup to access the account. If you receive an error stating a record cannot be found, the District was not able to upgrade the meter at your location. The below map and the PDF outline areas where the technology is currently NOT available.