Region 7 - Taos Regional Water Plan

The water planning region encompasses most of Taos County. The principal river basin is the Rio Grande. The principal aquifer is the alluvial sediments of the Santa Fe Group within the Costilla Plain and the stream valleys of the Sangre de Cristo mountains. The region is bounded on the north by Colorado, on the west by Rio Arriba County, on the south by the Rio Embudo ridge, and on the east by Colfax and Mora counties.

2016 Taos Regional Water Plan

Details provided in Updated Regional Water Planning Handbook

Final 2016 Taos Regional Water Plan

2008 Historical Documents

Accepted by the Interstate Stream Commission in 2008

Volume 1: Title Page, Table of Contents, List of Acronyms, Glossary, Acknowledgements

  Executive Summary   Water Supply
  Introduction   Water Demand
  Public Participation   Water Budget
  Background   Strategies
  Legal Issues   References

Volume 2: Title Page, Appendices Table of Contents

  Appendix A: Bibliography   Appendix E: Hydrologic Information
  Appendix B: WRRI Maps   Appendix F: Water Demand Information
  Appendix C: Public Participation   Appendix G: Surface Water Budgets
  Appendix D: Legal Background   Appendix H: Supporting Information for Strategies Analysis