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About Us

The Colorado Municipal Water District maintains an interconnected water system that provides clean water to its Member Cities (Big Spring, Odessa, and Snyder) and municipal customers.

The District owns and operates three major surface water supplies on the Colorado River in west Texas. These lakes are Lake J.B. Thomas, the E.V. Spence Reservoir and the O.H. Ivie Reservoir. Together, the full combined capacity of these reservoirs is 1.272 million acre-feet.

The District also operates four well fields for water supply.

Organization Mission

The mission of the Colorado River Municipal Water District is to maintain an adequate supply of the best quality water possible, at a reasonable cost, for its service area in West Texas.

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Services Provided

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