Navajo Western Water District Website

Welcome to the Navajo Western Water District Website

Here you will find information on the water and area of Navajo Ranches, the Resorts and the Estates. We welcome any comments and we will do our best to answer any questions or address any concerns you may have.

We are located approximately 7 miles west of Walsenburg, CO. on U.S. Highway 160 and County Road 510. The office is another 3.7 miles west on County Road 510, then turn right on Navajo Road to the bottom of the arroyo. (Map)

Navajo Western Water District Office


The NWWD Office Will be CLOSED Monday, MAY 27, 2024 In observance of MEMORIAL DAY
We will re-open on Wednesday, May 29, 2024.
In case of EMERGENCY / AFTER HOURS: please call: 719-989-8191.


Navajo Western Water District is working to improve our services to our customers and this link below is for our new credit card system where you can pay your water bill online.

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Water Rate Schedule

Water Rate Schedule

Water Resources

The water for the Resorts is supplied by six wells in open space areas. The open space is closed to all motor vehicles other than authorized vehicles to help protect our water supply. We ask that you report any dumping or unauthorized use that could potentially cause harm.

The water for the Estates is supplied by two wells on two lots. Again, the lots are closed to all motorized vehicles other than authorized vehicles.

Additional source water protection, water quality, and water standards information can be obtained by going to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Safewater website ( .

We are registered with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment ( as a Public Water Supply (Resorts PWSID = CO 0128600 & Estates PWSID = CO 0128625) and as such, we are responsible for safe drinking water under the Colorado Primary Drinking Water Regulations and the EPA.

Navajo Western Water District Office

Water Treatment

Our water treatment plants use free chlorine as disinfectant and we test monthly for; bacteriological contamination. Test annually for; the disinfection byproducts total haleocetic acids (HAA5) and total trihalomethanes (TTHM).

Test triennially for; lead, copper, radiological, organic and in-organic contaminants.

The results of these tests may be found in the Consumer Confidence Reports under the Reports tab.