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The Supervisory Committee oversees all operations of SPWRP and attendant matters. The Committee generally meets once per month, usually the fourth Thursday of the month. The Committee consists of four administrative employees, two from the City of Littleton and two from the City of Englewood.

The current members are:

  • Shawn Lewis, City of Englewood – City Manager
  • Mark Relph, City of Littleton – City Manager
  • Maria D’Andrea, City of Englewood – Public Works Director
  • Keith Reester, City of Littleton – Public Works Director

The SPWRP monthly Supervisory Committee meeting is an internal staff meeting and not open to the public. As a courtesy, we post the minutes of the meeting for public review. If you have questions regarding the Supervisory Committee, please don’t hesitate to contact, Brenda Varner, Government Communications Specialist at or 303-762-2634

Supervisory Meeting Minutes


Tour Information

We welcome the opportunity to spend time with you and educate you on our facility and the water renewal process. We have several tour lengths available and can accommodate a range of ages and group sizes.

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Why Work Here

Skilled and motivated staff plan, design, build, operate, maintain and secure the water renewal system that serves over 300,000 customers. This important work not only protects public health and the environment, but also contributes to the vitality of the South Platte River.

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Residential Recycling / Disposal

Recycling saves landfill space, conserves resources, and cuts down on both energy and water. Each piece of material you recycle makes a positive impact on the environment. Provided are resources for recycling and disposal.

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