Denver Basin Well Rehabilitation

In 2016, Castle Rock Water started a planned well rehabilitation program. This program is designed to help maintain water production from our current deep wells and to reduce the likelihood of emergency well failures. The program targets wells that are showing declines in well yield or have been identified as equipped with older pumping equipment. This program has proven successful over the past few years due to limited well failures during peak demand season, increased well efficiencies, decreased power consumption, and increases in well yield. The 2022 rehab project included 7 wells and contributed to an increase in well efficiency of 7% over the past year.

In 2023 and 2024, Castle Rock Water is targeting four Denver Basin wells for planned rehabilitation and equipment replacement. These wells have a combined daily production of 1.2 million gallons per day.  Additionally, three Bell Mountain Ranch wells will be inspected for integrity prior to system tie-in. 

  • Arapahoe Aquifer Wells CR-123
  • Denver Aquifer Wells CR-84, CR-105, and CR-111


Fall 2023 through Spring 2024


The rehabilitation on these wells is being conducted by Applied Ingenuity, LLC for a project cost of $870,353.

Service disruptions

Expect construction activity Mon. - Fri. 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. 

No detours are planned but lane closures may occur. 

No disruption in water service is expected.

2023/2024 Denver Basin Well Rehabilitation project locations