New Mexico provides high-quality water and wastewater services to thousands of New Mexico residents. Our services include water distribution system construction and maintenance, meter-reading and billing, water quality testing and treatment, wastewater treatment, and customer education programs focused on water quality and conservation.
For detailed information on New Mexico Water’s Customer Centers, see the Customer Centers page.
In 2002, New Mexico Water Service (New Mexico Water) was formed with the acquisition of the Rio Grande Utility Corporation, which added 2,265 water and 1,600 wastewater customers. The 2003 acquisition of National Utility Company added another 1,600 customers to the New Mexico subsidiary. Since then, New Mexico Water has made six additional acquisitions: Cypress Gardens Water Users, Independent Utility Company, Indian Hills Water Company, Animas Valley Water System, Hi Mesa, and Monterey Water.
New Mexico Water now serves about 21,000 people through 10,500 water and wastewater service connections in its Rio Communities, Rio Del Oro, Meadow Lake, Indian Hills, Squaw Valley, Elephant Butte, Sandia Knolls, Juan Tomas, Cypress Gardens, and Morningstar systems. It is headquartered in Rio Communities, N.M., south of Albuquerque, and also has Customer Centers in Elephant Butte, and Farmington.