City & County of Denver v. Gallegos

In City & County of Denver v. Gallegos, 916 P.2d 509 (Colo. 1996), the supreme court held that a water meter pit that was located on private property was not a "public water facility" for purposes of 24-10-106(1)(f) because it solely benefited the property on which it was located. Additionally, the court held that Denver's immunity was not waived under 24-10-106(1)(f) because Denver did not operate and maintain the water meter pit. The Gallegos court narrowly interpreted the waiver of immunity in 24-10-106(1)(f).