Animas Valley Water Response
Status of Boil Water Advisories at Morningstar and Harvest Gold Water Systems
The New Mexico Environment Department (NMED) issued Boil Water Advisories for the Animas Valley (AV) Water’s Morningstar and Harvest Gold water systems on June 3, 2016, after a site inspection indicated that turbidity levels did not meet drinking water standards. The Morningstar water system is adjacent to Farmington, and the Harvest Gold water system is adjacent to Bloomfield.
- Morningstar Boil Water Advisory was lifted on September 1, 2016.
- Apple Orchard (formerly Harvest Gold Subdivision) Boil Water Advisory was lifted on November 21, 2017.
NMED created this web page to inform customers and the public on the actions it is taking to ensure that AV Water provides safe drinking water.
Timeline: Sequence of events and actions taken by NMED on AV Water
Press Releases: NMED Press Releases concerning AV Water
Emergency Orders: Documentation relevant to the Emergency Orders issued by NMED to AV Water
Compliance Documents: Select compliance documents issued by NMED to AV Water
Sample Results: Sample results for Morningstar and Harvest Gold water systems
Resources: Additional resources and information for AV Water customers
The Drinking Water Bureau has jurisdiction over the quality of the drinking water provided by AV Water. To file a complaint against AV Water with the Drinking Water Bureau, fill out the Water System Complaint Form and submit it by email to: KarenM.Torres@state.nm.us.
The Public Regulation Commission has jurisdiction over AV Water rates, management, and reliability of service. To file a complaint against AV Water with the Public Regulation Commission, go to http://nmprc.state.nm.us/consumer-relations/file-complaint.html.