Water Commons Drought Contingency Plan

Drought Pic - Oct 17

You are invited to attend our next Navajo-Gallup Water Commons Drought Contingency Plan (DCP) Stakeholder Meeting scheduled for: 

Wednesday, June 7th at 10:00 am-12:00 pm @ the                                                 El Morro Event Center - 210 S 2nd St, Gallup, NM

Click on the following hyperlinks to view: 

Meeting Documents:

   6-7-18 DCP Meeting Agenda

   Schedule of Activities Timeline

   Schedule of Activities List  

   DCP Technical Memo #3

   Navajo Nation Drought Status Report

   Gallup DCP Taskforce Meeting #3 Notes

   Detailed Work Plan

   Stakeholders List

Drought Taskforce Kick-off Meeting 

   Gallup DCP Taskforce Overview Presentation  

   Drought and Drought Management Overview Presentation

The Navajo-Gallup Water Supply Project (NGWSP) is designed to serve a future population of approximately 250,000 people by the year 2040. This population could be impacted by drought conditions at any point. The success of NGWSP depends on managing water demand during a variety of minor and major drought situations.

In recent years, other cities and states have recognized from these experiences the importance of improved water-supply planning and management, including drought preparedness. The City of Gallup and NGWSP stakeholders have a dire need for a Gallup/NGWSP "Water Commons" Drought Contingency Plan. To evaluate our water capability and to meet water demand preparing for all stages of droughts impacts. As a final product, have in place adequate plans to deal with water emergencies. It should be a planning priority to prepare NGWSP constituents and the City of Gallup for these drought situations.