Region 1 - Northeast New Mexico Regional Water Plan

The water planning region encompasses Union County, Harding County, Guadalupe County, DeBaca County except that portion below Sumner Dam on the Pecos River, Roosevelt County, Curry County, Quay County, and the eastern part of San Miguel County. The principal river basin is the Canadian River, a tributary of the Arkansas River in New Mexico. The major aquifers are the High Plains Aquifer, with the Ogallala as the principal water bearing unit and the Entrada Aquifer in the vicinity of Tucumcari, NM. The region is bounded on the north by Colorado; on the east by Oklahoma and Texas; on the west by Colfax County, Mora County, and San Miguel County east of Range 24, NMPM, Guadalupe County and DeBaca County boundaries, and on the south by DeBaca County and Roosevelt County.


2016 Northeast New Mexico Regional Water Plan

Details provided in Updated Regional Water Planning Handbook

FINAL 2016 Northeast New Mexico Regional Water Plan

 


Historical Documents

2007
Accepted by the Interstate Stream Commission in 2007

Volume 1: Report, Appendix A

  Title Page - Table of Contents   Executive Summary
  Section 1: Introduction   Section 2: Public Participation
  Section 3: Background   Section 4: Legal Issues
  Section 5: Water Supply   Section 6: Water Demand
  Section 7: Water Budget   Section 8: Analysis of Strategies for Meeting Future Demand
  References   Appendix A: WRRI Maps

Volume 2: Appendix B - Appendix F

  Title Page - Table of Contents   Appendix D: Hydrologic Information
  Appendix B: Public Involvement   Appendix E: Water Demand Information
  Appendix C: Legal Background   Appendix F: Supporting Information for Alternatives Analysis