Trash & Utilities
The City does not provide water, sewer, electricity, gas, cable, internet or telephone service. For more information regarding these services please contact the following companies.
Gas & Electric
Xcel Energy and Intermountain Rural Electric Association (IREA) provide gas and electricity utilities to the area.
Xcel Energy: Greenwood to Denver Terminal Project
Xcel Energy expects to begin construction summer 2021 on a transmission line rebuild through Centennial. This goal is to deliver low-cost, clean, reliable energy while reducing carbon emissions 80% by 2030 from the electricity it provides customers.
Learn more and share comments on the project page.
Xcel Energy plans to provide regular updates on the this project. See copies of project updates provided by Xcel Energy to citizens impacted by the Greenwood to Denver Terminal Project.
- View Update No. 1
- View Update No. 2
- View Update No. 3
- View Update No. 4
- View Update No. 5
Xcel Energy Smart Meter Installation
Starting June 28, 2021, Xcel Energy will begin installing Smart Meters on Xcel Energy customers’ homes. Xcel will be swapping out the old meter for the new Smart Meter. The installation process is expected to last through August and every affected customer should have received a bill insert approximately 90 days before the exchange. You can view additional details on the Xcel Smart Meter FAQ flyer(PDF, 88KB).
If you have questions, please visit xcelenergy.com/SmartMeter or call Xcel Energy Customer Care at 800-895-4999.
Trash Pick-Up & Recycling
Trash and recycling services are provided by private companies in the City of Centennial, with each provider operating on their own pick up schedule. Some HOAs throughout the City have contracted with one trash provider in an effort to receive favorable rates and reduce truck traffic in neighborhoods. If you are interested in organizing one trash provider for your neighborhood, look at the Neighborhood Trash Collection Toolkit(PDF, 144KB) for insight into the process, a survey for neighbors and tips for creating proposals for potential vendors.
View information on recycling of Christmas trees and electronics.
Telephone, Internet & Cable
Decisions about phone and cable services should be made by the homeowner, keeping in mind providers vary throughout the area, and each may offer different services.
Water & Sanitation Districts
Water and sanitary sewer service is provided by several different water and sanitation districts for Centennial residents.
Use the Centennial Property Search to help you locate the water and sanitation district(s) serving your address.
Denver Water Lead Reduction Program
Centennial gets much of it’s water through Denver Water distributors.
Although the water that Denver Water provides to customers is lead-free, lead can enter the water as it moves through lead-containing household fixtures, plumbing and water service lines owned by the customer. Denver Water’s Lead Reduction Program, which was approved by the EPA and CDPHE in late 2019, officially launched in spring 2020. Read more about the Lead Reduction Program.
Water and sanitary district contact information and websites (if available) are listed below:
Arapahoe Estates Water District
|Denver Water: http://www.denverwater.org/
|Arapahoe County Water & Wastewater Authority
13031 E. Caley Ave.
Centennial, CO 80111
|South Arapahoe Sanitation District
|Castlewood Water & Sanitation District
9570 Kingston Ct., Ste. 310
Englewood, CO 80112
|South Englewood Sanitation District 1
|East Cherry Creek Valley Water & Sanitation District
6201 S. Gun Club Rd.
Aurora, CO 80016
|Southeast Englewood Water District
Phone: 303-986-1551 ext. 124
|East Valley Metropolitan District
P.O. Box 440245
Aurora, CO 80044
Phone: 303-841-3474 – District Manager
Phone: 303-284-7553 - Customer billing
|Southgate Water & Sanitation District
3722 E. Orchard Rd.
Centennial, CO 80121
|Havana Water & Sanitation District
8390 E Crescent Pkwy Ste. 500
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
|Willows Water District
6930 S. Holly Cir.
Centennial, CO 80112