Below is a collection of pump & water well online resources.
Colorado Division of Water Resources
Department of Natural Resources
The Colorado Division of Water Resources (DWR), also known as the Office of the State Engineer, administers water rights, issues water well permits, represents Colorado in interstate water compact proceedings, monitors streamflow and water use, approves construction and repair of dams and performs dam safety inspections, issues licenses for well drillers and assures the safe and proper construction of water wells, and maintains numerous databases of Colorado water information.
Wyoming State Engineer's Office (SEO)
Administering Wyoming’s Water Resources
The Wyoming Constitution defines that all natural waters within the boundaries of the state are declared to be the property of the state. The Wyoming State Engineer’s Office is charged with the regulation and administration of the water resources in Wyoming.
National Ground Water Association
Advocating the Responsible Development,Management, and Use of Water.
NGWA is a community of groundwater professionals working together to advance groundwater knowledge and the success of our members through education and outreach; advocacy; cooperation and information exchange; and enhancement of professional practices.
Colorado Water Well Contractors Association
To Promote Harmony and Cooperation Between Well Contractors and Governmental and Scientific Agencies
The objectives of the Colorado Water Well Contractors Association are to assist, promote, encourage, and support the interests and welfare of the Water Well Industry in all its phases generally, and in particular within Colorado;
To foster, aid and promote scientific education, standards, research and techniques in order to improve methods of well construction and development, and to advance the science of ground water hydrology.
Wyoming Water Well Association
A Nonprofit Organization That Has Been a Principal Custodian of Wyoming’s Ground Water Since 1965
Wyoming Water Well membership brings you information and insight to help manage today’s water well challenges. As your trade association representing your profession and Wyoming’s groundwater industry, we keep you informed and aware of Wyoming ground water issues and provide professional and educational activities.
American Ground Water Trust
Practical Ways to Develop,Manage and Protect Groundwater Resources
The integrity of AGWT information and the effectiveness of our groundwater awareness programs are the foundation of our partnerships with local, state and national organizations and agencies. The AGWT brings stakeholders together to encourage open discussion about practical ways to develop, manage and protect groundwater resources so that sustainable economic and environmental benefits can be optimized.