North Poudre Irrigation Company

“Supplying water in northern Colorado since 1901”

Halligan Dam

North Poudre Irrigation Company is a mutual ditch company that supplies water to an area of northeastern Larimer County and western Weld County in north-central Colorado. We have a long history of serving this part of the state. See Company Overview and Company History.

Boxelder Watershed Projects

North Poudre Irrigation Company was an original sponsor of the Boxelder Creek Watershed Project. Five flood control dams were constructed in the 1970s and early 1980s. North Poudre operates and maintains the Boxelder dams. As of May 2015, North Poudre is managing the analysis/planning phase of the Boxelder B-2/B-3 Dams Rehabilitation Project.

Company Overview
Information about North Poudre Irrigation Company’s organization, location, water sources, water users, infrastructure, board of directors, and staff.
Company History
A review of North Poudre Irrigation Company’s origins, phases of development, establishment of key infrastructure, and relationships with other water management entities, from 1876 to the present.
July 2016: The North Poudre Irrigation Company supports the Halligan/Seaman Enlargement Project and the Northern Integrated Supply Project.
Fall 2015: NPIC has donated its historical company records to the Water Resources Archive at the Colorado State University Libraries. Our records are the 100th collection acquired by the Archive and the largest archival collection documenting an irrigation company in the state.