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Pecos River Compact


2024 Annual Meeting Agenda

April 9, 2024
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About the Pecos River Compact

Signed by New Mexico and Texas in 1948 and approved by Congress the following year, the Pecos River Compact provides for a commission to administer its provisions.  This Pecos River Commission is composed of three members, one representative each from New Mexico, Texas, and the federal government. New Mexico’s Pecos River Commissioner is appointed by the Governor to serve for a term of two years.

On a daily basis, water issues and events impact the lives of thousands of citizens of the State of New Mexico. Not only does the state have a naturally limited water supply, but it also continues to struggle with drought and the requirements of interstate water delivery obligations.


Compact Accounting

Pecos River Compact Accounting Final Annual Reports

2003 Pecos Settlement Agreement

The primary tool for compliance with New Mexico’s obligations under the Pecos River Compact and the 1988 Amended Decree is the 2003 Pecos Settlement Agreement signed on March 25, 2003 by the Interstate Stream Commission, the United States, the Carlsbad Irrigation District, and the Pecos Valley Artesian Conservancy District.

Legal documents in the case are as follows:

2003 Pecos Settlement Agreement Implementation

Reservoir Project Water Supply Projections for Settlement and Summary of Projected and Actual Project Water Supply Reports