Stop the Draining of the Pudre River to Protect a Proposed Whitewater Park


Hi Amazing Poudre River Lovers!

You’ve sent 450 emails to the Fort Collins City Council asking them to Protect the Poudre River by Actively Opposing the river-draining Northern Integrated Supply Project (NISP). Great work! Thank you! We are almost to our goal of 500!

As you know, the City is proposing to build a whitewater park in downtown Fort Collins. But, if NISP is built, it would drain the river to the point that the whitewater park would only be viable a few weeks per year.

It’s CRAZY to build a whitewater park and then drain the river that makes the whitewater park viable!

Please help reach the goal of 500 emails to City Council. Here’s the link! CLICK:

Here’s what else you can do:

1. Attend the City’s “Open House” regarding NISP negotiation – (TOMORROW NIGHT) Monday, February 13, 5-7 p.m. at the Lincoln Center’s Columbine Room, 417 West Magnolia St.

2. Call key members of City Council: Councilmember Kristin Stephens: 970-217-5817; Councilmember Gerry Horak: (970) 217-2993; Mayor Wade Troxell: 970-219-8940

3. Attend, and speak at, Councilmember Horak’s “Listening Session” — 9:30-11:30 a.m., Friday, February 17 – Fort Collins Senior Center, 1200 Raintree Drive

4. Attend, and speak at, the City Council meeting on February 21st at City Hall, 300 LaPorte Ave.

Thank you for your work and support!

Gary Wockner, Director, Save The Poudre

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Fort Collins, CO 80522



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