The Boulder County Public Health Water Quality Program is actively engaged with Boulder County residents and stakeholders on a wide range of issues including:
- Stormwater management
- Wastewater treatment
- Water quality impacts
The Keep It Clean Partnership (KICP) is consortiums that focus on a cooperative watershed-based approach to stormwater management.
The Boulder Area Sustainability Information Network (BASIN) is a historic collection of environmental information.
The Boulder Creek Watershed Initiativewas a non-profit organization dedicated to informing the community about water resources and issues that affect the health of Boulder Creek Watershed. The group is no longer active.
The Fourmile Creek is a non-profit watershed coalition which serves Fourmile Creek, Gold Run and numerous smaller tributaries.
The Lefthand Watershed Oversight Group (LWOG) is a non-profit watershed coalition. Since 2005, LWOG has been working to improve the watershed health of the Left Hand Creek Watershed by collaborating with all watershed stakeholders to plan and implement watershed restoration, protection, and monitoring projects.
The Saint Vrain Creek Coalition is a non-profit mission is to implement the Saint Vrain Creek Master Plan and pursue recovery from flood impacts, resiliency to natural hazards, and protection of the natural character and multiple uses of the Saint Vrain watershed, through broad stakeholder engagement and collaboration.