Current Water Alert Stage: NORMAL
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1/6/22 EAWSD Board Meeting is Cancelled
Next Meeting is 1/20/22
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News & Notices
June 10, 2021
Joint Water Delivery Project
The EAWSD/Santa Fe (SF) County Joint Water Delivery Project is a collaboration between the two agencies that, when completed, will deliver surface water from the Buckman Diversion Water Treatment Plant to EAWSD and the Community of Canoncito. The overall project is being constructed as four separate elements as shown in the link to the map below. Projects 1 and 2 have been completed. The overall project is scheduled for completion by the end of 2022.
March 8, 2021
2021 Water Quality Report
The annual Water Quality Report for water treated in 2020, also referred to as the Consumer Confidence Report (CCR),
is available for viewing by clicking on the button above or on the link below. More information can be obtained by emailing the EAWSD Customer Service and Billing Office at customer.support@EAWSD.org
or by calling (505) 466-1085 Opt. 1 and requesting that a hard copy be mailed to you.
Customer Service & Billing
(505) 466-1085 (Option 1)
(505) 466-2411 (Option 2)
Reporting a problem AFTER business hours or on holidays:
Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm (MT)
Closed Holidays (see calendar)
2 North Chamisa Drive
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87508 - 9483
October 26, 2018
What is our water hardness?
Generally, the water hardness in Eldorado is about 300-350 parts per million or milligrams per liter. This is also equivalent to about 17-20 grains per gallon. If you wish to soften your tap water with a commercially available water softener, the installer will want to know this water hardness level in order to properly adjust the softener. Link to other FAQs about your water.
Oct. 6, 2021
Climate Change in New Mexico over the Next 50 Years: Impacts on Water Resources
Below are links to a scientific report describing climate change impacts to water resources in New Mexico over the next 50 years due to expected continued increases in temperature. It was prepared by a team of scientists convened by New Mexico Bureau of Geology & Mineral Resources (NMBGMR).
The NMBGMR and the NMISC want to hear from you about your concerns and suggestions related to scientific analysis in this report and welcome your feedback. The Assessment is available for review located on the 50-Year Water Plan Website: https://geoinfo.nmt.edu/ClimatePanel/report/. The location for comments, input, and questions is also located on the 50-Year Water Plan website: https://nmose.isc.commentinput.com/?id=dZPsW