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    The goal of Groundwater Resources is to undertake cost-effective groundwater programs to determine groundwater availability and provide data for decision making and policy formulation, while keeping the public informed and educated.

    We perform a variety of geologic and groundwater related functions for county residents, the Board of County Commissioners, and other county departments.

    What We Do

    • Assisting homeowners with water wall questions and issues
    • Providing speakers for neighborhood and community functions
    • Performing water level and water quality monitoring
    • Reviewing subdivision water availability and conservation plans
    • Performing targeted groundwater inquiries and studies
    • Participating in regional water planning activities
    • Groundwater technical support for other county departments

    Bernalillo County Water Level Project

    On February 1, 2010, Bernalillo County launched a new groundwater level monitoring project.  Some areas of the County, particularly the East Mountains and North Albuquerque Acres,  are heavily dependent on domestic wells for water supply and rapid water level declines are occurring.  The County wants to be able to monitor water levels in those areas and be able to advise area residents when such conditions occur.  A downloadable copy of the information flyer and a copy of the application/participation agreement are available by clicking under the “Current Projects” list in the right side menu of this page. 

    Ground Water Spring

     

     

     

     

    Location: 2400 Broadway, SE Building N
    Albuquerque, NM 87102
    Phone: (505) 224-1614
    Fax: (505) 848-1510
    Hours: Monday - Friday 8 - 5 p.m.
    ‚ÄčEmail: Phillip Rust, LG, County Hydrogeologist

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