Region 12 - Middle Rio Grande Regional Water Plan

The water planning region encompasses Valencia County, Bernilillo County, and most of Sandoval County. The principal river basin is the Rio Grande. The principal aquifers are (Albuquerque Basin - Rio Grande) and the Santa Fe Group. The region is bounded on the north by Los Alamos and Rio Arriba counties, on the west by McKinley and Cibola counties, on the south by Socorro County and on the east by Torrance and Santa Fe counties.

 


 

2017 Middle Rio Grande Regional Water Plan
Table of Contents for Regional Water Plans

Details provided in Updated Regional Water Planning Handbook

FINAL 2017 Middle Rio Grande Regional Water Plan

 


 

Historical Documents

2004
Accepted by the Interstate Stream Commission in 2004

Middle Rio Grande Regional Water Plan 2000-2050

1. Middle Rio Grande Regional Water Plan 2000-2050 Cover Page

2. Cover Letters, Acceptance Resolutions, and Table of Contents

3. Executive and General Summaries, Rio Puerco and Rio Jemez Summary

4. Regional Water Plan

5. Appendices - Regional Water Plan

Chapter 12: Rio Puerco y Rio Jemez Subregional Water Plan

Appendices - Rio Puerco y Rio Jemez Subregional Water Plan

5. Middle Rio Grande Water Supply Study

6. Supporting Documents

7. Historical Archives