Welcome to the Permits Section web page. We issue permits for discharges of pollution to waters of the state, including groundwater. Our job is to ensure that the permits we write and issue are protective of the uses of those waters, like drinking water, aquatic life, agriculture, and recreation.
Answers to frequently asked questions regarding COVID-19 and water supplies
(for public water systems, treatment plants, water professionals, and swimming pool owners and operators)
Commerce and industry, construction, municipal separate storm sewer systems (MS4), sewage systems, biosolids, pesticides, reclaimed water, and pretreatment, compliance and guidance, enforcement and contacts
Public access to permit documents
Includes annual reports, change of contacts, transfers , modifications, operator in responsible charge report,supplements,termination application and withdrawal forms
List of all active CDPS clean water permits
Clean water permit fees
- Permit CO0021164 Leadville Sanitation District WWTF Public Meeting Notification
Notification of Online Public Meeting May 27, 2020 6-7pm.
- Reclaimed water (reuse) stakeholders - (Regulation 84)
Stakeholder page for information on the edible crops and hemp discussions.
- Dewatering general permit program
Stakeholder page for information on the dewatering general permit program.
- Water quality control division permits webinar
Stakeholder page for quarterly webinars for its CDPS permittees.
- Non-extractive industrial stormwater general permit
Stakeholder page for renewal information.
- Enter longitude first (include -), then space, then latitude (e.g., -104.123456 39.123456).
- If response is "no information available," refresh map.
- Water Body ID explanation of stream segment eight character description shown in ARC GIS.
- Map of outstanding waters for Colorado (2016).