State Legislation

The Upper Black Squirrel Creek Ground Water Management District is affected by certain proposed and passed state legislation. See the details of these bills and their status below:

Senate Bills

Bill No.Fiscal ImpactTitle
SB 13-019 Fiscal Impact CONCERNING THE PROMOTION OF WATER CONSERVATION MEASURES
SB 13-041 Fiscal Impact CONCERNING THE PROTECTION OF STORED WATER, AND, IN CONNECTION THEREWITH, PRESERVING SUPPLIES FOR DROUGHT AND LONG-TERM NEEDS
SB 13-072 Fiscal Impact CONCERNING THE DELETION OF THE REQUIREMENT FOR A FINAL PERMIT FOR ALL WELLS WITHDRAWING DESIGNATED GROUND WATER FROM THE DENVER BASIN AQUIFERS
SB 13-074 Fiscal Impact CONCERNING THE RESOLUTION OF AMBIGUITIES ON OLD WATER RIGHT DECREES REGARDING THE PLACE OF USE OF IRRIGATION WATER
SB 13-075 Fiscal Impact CONCERNING SAFEGUARDS TO PREVENT THE MODIFICATION OF A FINAL DESIGNATED GROUND WATER PERMIT BASED ON REDUCTIONS IN USE OF DESIGNATED GROUND WATER
SB 13-078 Fiscal Impact CONCERNING POINTS OF DIVERSION THAT ARE NOT LOCATED AT THE PHYSICAL LOCATION SPECIFIED IN THE DECREES FOR DIVERTED WATER RIGHTS

House Bills

Bill No.Fiscal ImpactTitle
HB 13-1013 Fiscal Impact CONCERNING LIMITATIONS ON A LANDOWNER'S ABILITY TO IMPOSE CONDITIONS ON A WATER RIGHT OWNER AS A CONDITION OF PERMISSION TO USE LAND
HB 13-1018 Fiscal Impact CONCERNING THE BENEFICIAL USE OF PRODUCED WATER FOR DUST SUPPRESSION
HB 13-1044 Fiscal Impact CONCERNING THE AUTHORIZATION OF THE USE OF GRAYWATER
HB 13-1130 CONCERNING EXTENDED OPERATION OF INTERUPTIBLE WATER SUPPLY AGREEMENTS
HB 13-1248 CONCERNING AN AUTHORIZATION OF PILOT PROJECTS FOR THE LEASING OF WATER FOR MUNICIPLE USE
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