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Santa Fe County Water Resources Plan

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Water Resources Plan

Five-Year Water Resource Planning Cycle

City of Santa Fe Water (City) and the Santa Fe County Utilities Division (County) are initiating a science-based, community informed, five year planning cycle to develop long range water resource management plans. The first cycle, which begins this year and is scheduled to be complete by the end of 2024, will be evaluated, refined, and repeated every 10 years or as necessary in future years. A key product of the planning process will be Long Range Water Resources Plans for the City and County.

We have created an online survey to get a sense of how you think about water. This survey takes between 20 and 30 minutes to complete.  If you don't have that much time, please take a quick look and just answer the questions that are interesting to you.

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2020 Public Engagement Goals

  • Meaningful public engagement for as many stakeholders as possible.
  • Participation of water users in the four Santa Fe City districts and County communities, with focus on Eldorado, Cañoncito,  La Cienega, La Cieneguilla, Nambe, Pojoaque, and Tesuque.
  • Provide information to area water users on issues related to long-range water resources planning.
  • Provide an opportunity for long-term public engagement for stakeholders interested in participating in the planning process

Proposed 5 Year Planning Process

  • Year 1 (2020): Define the five year planning process.
  • Year 2: Develop supply and demand scenarios.
  • Year 3: Evaluate shortages.
  • Year 4: Evaluate adaptation strategies.
  • Year 5: Finalize the Long Range Water Resource Plan(s) through 2100.
     

Overview Webinars (same material both times):

  • October 19th (Monday) 10am - 11:30am
  • October 20th (Tuesday) 5pm - 6:30pm

Online:           https://santafenm-gov.zoom.us/j/92793199774  

By phone:       (669) 900-6833  Webinar ID 927 9319 9774

 

Breakout Small Group Sessions (same each time, will sub-divide into groups of 6-8):

  • October 25th (Sunday) 3:30pm - 5pm
  • October 26th (Monday) 10am - 11:30am
  • October 29th (Thursday) 5:30pm - 7pm

Online:           https://santafenm-gov.zoom.us/j/8352202097

By phone:       (669) 900-6833  Meeting ID 835 220 2097         

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