Northwest Well Water Level Monitoring Program
As part of the permit requirement for the Northwest Well (RG-68302, RG-81092, and RG-1113 thru RG-1118 Combined), the City of Santa Fe is required to conduct groundwater level monitoring in the vicinity of the Northwest Well and City Well Field. To facilitate public understanding of the groundwater effects from pumping, documents related to the use and monitoring of the Northwest Well and City Well Field will be made available through this webpage.
- Northwest Well and City Well Field Water Levels with production well water level data, monthly production data, and monitoring well data to present, and water level hydrographs.
- Northwest Well and City Well Field Water Level Monitoring Plan requirements document, which identifies the purpose of the program and the program elements.
- Several monitoring wells in the monitoring program area are measured periodically through a US Geological Survey/City Joint Funding Agreement. User-friendly data and hydrographs for most of these wells can be accessed at a USGS groundwater site for New Mexico
- Several wells in the monitoring program area are equipped with transducers that measure water levels hourly Ortiz 1, RG-49683, RG-73001, and RG-78218
Northwest Well and City Field Groudwater Reports
The City's Northwest Well and City Well Field groundwater monitoring reports summarize the effects from the pumping of the Northwest Well and City Well Field on groundwater levels in the nearby area: