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Welcome to the Drinking Water Bureau Website


If your water system is ready to assess and mitigate its risk for flooding, see the EPA's newly-released guide on FLOOD RESILIENCE: A BASIC GUIDE FOR WATER AND WASTEWATER UTILITIES.

WHAT TO DO FOR YOUR PRIVATE WELL AFTER A FLOOD [Qué Hacer Después de una Inundación]

The New Mexico Environment Department in partnership with the New Mexico Bureau of Geology and New Mexico Department of Health has created a SOURCE WATER PROTECTION ATLAS, which brings together hydrogeologic information that water systems can use to protect their water supply sources.

What is this?

The mission of the Drinking Water Bureau is:

To preserve, protect, and improve New Mexico's drinking water quality for present and future generations.

Emphasis is placed on upholding state drinking water regulations and the federal Safe Drinking Water Act by providing water system oversight and technical assistance.

We are available to answer your questions.  For immediate assistance, call the Drinking Water Bureau during regular business hours (Monday through Friday - 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.) toll-free at 877-654-8720. To our staff directory, go to the CONTACT US page. 

Go to the EMERGENCY page for Drinking Water Advisories, Boil Water Advisories and other information on emergency situations at public water systems.

To get information on any of New Mexico's public water systems, go to DRINKING WATER WATCH.



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