City of Santa Fe Water
What’s NEW With WATER
End Point Change Out
Our water meters regularly send readings out through a cellular network. This allows us to monitor usage and catch leaks in nearly real time, and customers to do the same through the EyeOnWaterApp. This information is sent via a 3G network that will soon be obsolete. In anticipation of this we are transitioning to new meter "end points" that can send meter reads via 4G or 5G. If you see CoSF Water workers at your meter, this may be why. Additional information.
Return Flow Pipeline
The proposed 17-mile pipeline will effectively double our available supply of renewable imported surface water, allowing us to increase resiliency and preserve our local groundwater for later use. Learn more about the San Juan-Chama Return Flow Pipeline.
As part of long-range water resource planning efforts, we conducted a survey to learn more about how area residents think about water. See the results of the survey and learn more here: Water Resources Planning.
EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBER: (505) 955-4333
To report a leak, main break, lack of water, or water quality concern
To provide a safe, reliable, and resilient water supply to meet Santa Fe's needs.
City of Santa Fe Water believes that a safe, reliable, resilient water supply underlies the basic needs, quality of life, and prosperity of the City and its residents.
City of Santa Fe Water is unique in the State and Region as a municipal water utility with local surface water and groundwater resources as well as surface water and groundwater resources imported from outside of our local watershed. In addition to this diverse supply portfolio City of Santa Fe Water has a nationally acclaimed conservation program. Within this context, our long term vision is to continue to be a leader in the water industry, dedicated to operations, planning, communications, resiliency, and well supported staff for the benefit of our community.
Location and Phone
801 W. San Mateo (map)
M-F: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.