Rio Grande Regional Water Plan 2000 - 2050
This web page contains links to the Regional Water
Plan as accepted in 2004 by the 19 local governments
in the region and by the New
Mexico Interstate Stream Commission (ISC). An
of the Water Plan
is available at this link.
The three summaries
listed below provide more detail. Documents
are provided in PDF format and can be viewed using Adobe Acrobat
Acrobat. Links to
the chapters of the Plan,
to letters of transmittal,
to progress items since
the Plan, and to supporting
documents also appear on
The Middle Rio Grande Water Planning Region is comprised of
three subregions: the Middle Rio Grande Subregion,
the Rio Jemez Subregion, and the Rio Puerco Subregion.
The Rio Puerco y Rio Jemez Subregional
Water Plan constitutes the combined water plan
for the Rio Jemez and the Rio Puerco Subregions and
is Chapter 12 of the Middle Rio Grande
Regional Water Plan.
Rio Grande Subregional Water
Rio Puerco y Rio Jemez Subregional
Letters from the Chair of the Water Assembly
and the Executive Director of MRCOG to the New Mexico
Interstate Stream Commission.
Items Since the Regional
Since the 2004 acceptance
of the Regional Water Plan
by the local governments
in the Region and by the
New Mexico Interstate Stream
Commission, many water-related
actions have been taken.
Some of these actions
have been more and some
less effective in helpin
the region meet the Mission
of the Plan: "Balance
Use with Renewable Supply".
The link below identifies
some of those key actions,
as of June, 2010.
to key actions since 2004
acceptance of the Plan (0.1 MB)
In addition to the plan itself,
the link below provides access to numerous documents developed during the planning process, including legal, economic and scientific
analyses together with the public participation process, all done on
fulfillment of the planning requirements. The archive link below provides access
to those supporting documents.