Interstate Stream Commission
The Interstate Stream Commission has broad powers to investigate, protect, conserve, and develop New Mexico’s waters including both interstate and intrastate stream systems. The eight unsalaried members of the Commission are appointed by the Governor. The ninth member is the State Engineer who under state law is the secretary of the Commission. The Interstate Stream Commission Director serves as the deputy state engineer.
The Commission’s authority under state law includes negotiating with other states to settle interstate stream controversies. New Mexico is a party to eight interstate stream basins. To ensure basin compliance, Interstate Stream Commission staff analyze, review, and implement projects in New Mexico and analyze streamflow, reservoir, and other data on the stream systems.
The Commission is also authorized by statute to investigate and develop the water supplies of the state and institute legal proceedings in the name of the state for planning, conservation, protection and development of public waters.
Rio Grande Compact Commission Annual Meeting – April 5, 2017
PLEASE NOTE: The following documents prepared for Commission consideration at the annual meeting will be posted on March 24, 2017
- FY 2017 Engineer Adviser Report
- Colorado, New Mexico and Texas Addendums to the 2017 Engineer Advisor's Report; Addenda and Accounting Sheets
- FY 2018 RGCC Budget
- March 31, 2016 Annual Meeting Minutes – (99th Meeting of the RGCC)
- August 30, 2016 Special Meeting Minutes – (100th Meeting of the RGCC)