Watch this page for meeting notices, notices about your drinking water, and other time-sensitive information.  The documents provided on this website are for informational purposes and the official copy of records can be found at the Mesquite office of the Lower Rio Grande Public Water Works Authority. 
Our offices will be closed on Monday, February 18, 2019 in observance of Presidents Day.
Vacancy on Board of Directors

We have one vacancy on the Board of Directors, in District 2, which is in the Berino area.  Map of this District can be viewed or downloaded from the  Board & Elections page.  Below is a letter to members in District 2 explaining how to apply for appointment by the Board of Directors to represent this District.

Water Quality Reports For Calendar Year 2016 and Previous Years

Our Consumer Confidence Reports for past years as required by the Safe Drinking Water Act are posted below.  These reports detail where your water comes from, what it contains, and how it compares to standards set by regulatory agencies.

2010 was the last time there were five separate reports under the names of the original five former mutual domestic associations.  Beginning with 2011, all of the water quality data is combined in one report for the Lower Rio Grande Public Water Works Authority for those five systems. 

During 2012, the Butterfield Park, Organ and Brazito water associations voted to merge with the Lower Rio Grande PWWA.  The 2012 CCRs for these three associations are separate documents.

In 2016 the LRGPWWA purchased the Valle Del Rio water system. The 2015 CCR for this system is also a separate document, found below.

The links below will open PDF files containing the reports.  You will find contact information for our Operations Manager at end end of each report if you have any questions.

Please note that Wells #1, 2 & 3 in the Desert Sands area have now all been equiped with arsenic treatment plants and lab results for arsenic have since been in compliance with arsenic MCL. 

High Valley Mutual Domestic prepared their final CCR
 2018 CCR will be prepared by LRGPWWA


The Lower Rio Grande Public Water Works Authority wishes to advise its customers that a company called Home Serve is sending out mailers warning people that they need to purchase insurance coverage for their water service lines between the water meter and their homes.  This company has no affiliation with the LRGPWWA, and we do NOT endorse or recommend their product/service.  You will find articles about this company at the Las Cruces Sun News and the Better Business Bureau.  Contact us by email at info @ or at 575-233-3947 if you have any questions.

If you would like to receive an email reminder about our Board meetings, email your request to board @ (remove the spaces before & after @)

 Non-discrimination Statement
The Lower Rio Grande Public Water Works Authority's Non-discrimination Statement is available to download in PDF format below.   

  Are you feeding outdoor cats?               We can help you!

If you are feeding cats, our support Team may be able to help you and we want to make contact with you so please call us at the number shown below.


Si usted esta alimentando gatos, nuestro equipo de apoyo puede ser capaz de ayudarle y queremos hacer contacto con usted, por favor llamenos al numero que se muestra a continuacion.

The Trap, Neuter and Return (TNR) Team of Dona Ana County is making application for a grant which will allow us to conduct no cost spay/neuter of free roaming cats. This will include feral cats and also domestic pet cats that are allowed to go outside.


El equipo (The Trap) del condado de Dona Ana, esta hacienda una solicitud de subsidio que nos permitira llevar acabo esterilizacion/castracion sin ningun costo libre. Esto incluira los gatos salvajes y tambien los gatos domesticos que se les permite salir afuera.


The goal of our TNR program is to reduce the growing population of free roaming cats in Dona Ana County by spay/neuter of the cats you are currently feeding. This will reduce the growing number of unwanted cats that are killed each year because of the lack of space at our local animal shelter.


El objetivo de nuestro programa (The Trap) es disminuir la creciente poblacion de gatos libres en el condado de Dona Ana, castrando y esterilizando los gatos que usted esta alimentando actualmente. Esto dismunuira la creciente numero de gatos no deseados que se mantan cada ano debido a la falta de espacio en nuestro refugio de animals local.


Call for more information at 575-386-2915 between 8am – 6pm Monday-Friday.


Llame para una cita 575-386-2915 entre las 8am – 6pm, lunes a Viernes.

La Pinon Sexual Assault Recovery Services of Southern New Mexico offers these services:

  • Crisis Intervention
  • Medical  Advocacy
  • KidTalk Warmline
  • Therapeutic Counseling
  • Community Outreach
  • Childrens Advocacy Center
24-Hour Crisis Hotlines:
    1 (575) 526-3437 (Las Cruces)
1 (888) 595-7273 (Toll Free)     
KidTalk Warmline:
Weekdays 3pm-10pm, Weekend 24-Hours
South Central Regional Transit is providing bus service throughout Dona Ana County.
Transporte Público sirviendo a el condado de Doña Ana
for information: