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Las Cruces Water Supply Action Plan 11-2020 , ..CI . Of__ �4 S l .\ 1'+, :a - er - u ,an 'Update,..,, , v `1 e '%l m I W . v lel y '� / :�/ f s r /� :iv r v'• nr k .S �(: A( �f -�:�c�'.�. �Sr% � .::. �- �' �. .Nry. �3,'•` It -_.i +��.�yy5 `F .�. i John Shomaker, PhD and Annie McCoy, MS John Shomaker & Associates, Inc . GJ GRjj Mow JSAI 0 City of las Cruces- ASR and reclaimed water Second draft of technical memo forthcoming • Potential for aquifer storage and recovery (ASR) project using reclaimed wastewater from EMWRF or WMWWTF • Evaluation of potential ASR with respect to aquifer properties and availability of existing recovery wells • Review of current regulatory framework • Preliminary meetings with NMOSE and NMED to discuss limitations and potential approaches and sites y GRVC JSAI 2 ASR and reclaimed water Second draft of technical memo forthcoming • Aquifer injection of EMWRF reclaimed water • Vadose zone infiltration of EMWRF reclaimed water • Aquifer injection of WMWWTF reclaimed water • Vadose zone infiltration of WMWWTF reclaimed water y GRVC JSAI � `�N 322539106412901piezometers.03 ` 4 '+� +.�• _ •. 69 Jomatla 69 2 43 - ,A , 1 322411106422801 ' jaw- ♦; (Well C)i. ` t'+ ,!- 117 . 70 _ ti. .. ' LRG-5039-S-2 119 120 121 A '�► -/- ' LRG-5039 A 23 - ...• .. .. � 122 7235 :. _ �':♦' 123 - 33 fit 25 /�j� P-rE ,1 I�r'J 4ti 5 Mw-5 ] �� " 125 ^` MW-2 r- Paz Park 21 MWa71 57 MW$ MW-7 lit n 20 MW41 � rr 29B 3 w Felr�CrBS 61 � `® I`6� - 325745106492501-0371 2' - - - Las Cruces r _LC-1A-C -`Ar° 6P', 32B - - lnternational -. 1217451064921 De C-2F Airport -1.:a• 1321740106481004 65 _r °� _ 3217451D6492101-03 �. 56 ` 1*, LC-2A-C - LC-3D 37 38 46 _ -.� 321 7401 0 64 61 0 01-03 f' r Explanation N WEST MHA • active FA y, 109 T135 los ,'4 t � N r2as ❑ inactive observation well a $ landfill monitoring well 1.5 3 ■ USGS monitored observation well Miles GJ GR(jC JSAI 0 Bite of Las Cruces- 4 total screen casing depth to well sub- year potential for ASR number region drilled depth, interval(s), diameter, water,ft application(Y/1) ft ft in. bmp Well 10 Valley 1951 381 270 to 370 16/12 94.2 Y(replacement well) 348 to 363; 373 to 383, Well 19 I-25 1962 612 393 to 460, 16/12/8 225.7 N 532 to 540; 564 to 604 380 to 395; Well 20 I-25 1963 677 415 to 525; 16/12/8 236.6 N 615 to 673 Well 21 I-25 1962 632 366 to 620 16 235.3 Y(recovery only) Well 23 I-25 1966 592 452 to 592 16/12/8 231.3 Y(replacement well) Well 24 I-25 1966 591 381 to 591 16/12/8 206.1 Y(recovery only) Well 26 I-25 1969 700 410 to 510; 16/12 176.5 N 600 to 700 Well 37 WM 1982 640 440 to 640 12 320 Y Well 38 I-25 1984 780 320 to 400; 16/10 266.0 Y 480 to 780 Well 44 I-25 1987 620 400 to 600 16 161.1 Y Well 54 I-25 1972 480 272 to 480 12 269.6 Y Well 57 I-25 1990 532 408 to 516 12 292.9 Y Well 60 I-25 1994 700 350 to 690 16/12 104.8 Y Well 61 I-25 1995 1,070 600 to 1,050 16/12 205.2 N LRG-5039 EM 1964 550 nd 8 350 Y(recovery only) LRG- EM 1969 550 nd 8 nd Y(recovery only) 5039-5 OR V� LRG- 5039-5 EM 1990 600 350 to 600 12 333 y:::] �* -2 _ r� *n JSAI iI Y+ City of las CMCes- 5 Mimbres Basin Study of Groundwater Availability June 2020 draft report Consumptive-use amount that might be physically transferrable from irrigated agriculture in the Deming area: up to 12,000 to 18,000 ac -ft/yr (net pumping) y GRVC JSAI � `�N �, SIERRA CO61 UNTY JI I T� GRANT C NTY `• L Hatch o = - ❑T'O °F1r❑ Nutt jLp Jn c Nutt-Hocket 180 .26 L,� UGW Basin Mimbres 1 + L UGW Basin j.1 I � Lower Rio Grand UGW Basin TO 1 I �- L Lll Gres R L'as Cruces Deming El _ o o � -1 ❑ Z o r� Explanation 6 z V - frJ -i -j o J_r' , _ _ Mimbres hypothetical land ownership I� f z 9t pipeline (64 miles) BLM U, E u J ] ❑ � o NMOSE Declared 0 y'!•'Y Underground Water BOR ❑ ❑ y"+ Basin private land ❑ .r' ❑ ' State ❑ - J �IJ 0 8 16 State Park T L �� Miles ��♦ _ IT-CruceslRe ional 10 rWQAP.mxd JSAI City of las Cruces- / I LN Continental Divide v pj F 'os 4j p SIERRA COUNTY tis � Bolson aquifer �a'9e ° ��� 5 r 800 to 1 ,300 ft thick mAI Silver City w (z7 P c Total well depth up o 61 o — H atc h to 1 ,500 ft deep 26, s Sierra de Las Uvas 180 i Well yields 100s to GRANT COUNTY 1 ,000 gpm ver Deming Long-term water : 77 0 Z a Z O m V level declines < z w, z a N J Z 1 to 2 ft/yr add.. o 'Columbus Hypothetical pipeline route 64 miles, interstate, hwy, HIDALGO and railroad rights of way COUNTY Explanation Mimbres Basin hypothetical Mimbres Basin pipeline(64 miles) study area Continental Divide o 12 24 Ti�zs_cr...n ro 1arrw ,d Miles JSAI 0 Cir of tas cnms" 12W 2"15 9W 225 SW O Nnflonnl ISO Gunrd Rifle' O�� 26 Ranpa� o _. 2$8 00 23S 11W 23 9W 23S SW 23S 7W 23S 6W 23S 5W 12W —Deming o s 10 pW7c o`W po TO: s�_ Q� I rt O 40000% � 1,0 y� ��Oa 0 p0 4 bO CA O0 SOD 4LA FLA 24S 24S fI W 0�8 245 10� O�0 2 90 ,0 p24S SU� 24S 7W 00f®) 24S 6W 24S 5W 12W OOCOM 0 pI O 00 O 0 PC OI g� 000 00 O OCb O 0 UJ:D PP m(P 0 O O7 D C/ p 000 ID C1 06 Wc(z(M 0700000 0000 0 000 m O O O 0 8 s O�O 0 QM 00 258 25S 11W 258 10W 0 OCD, G:1W 8 251 SW 25S 7W 25S 6W 25S SW 00 Q O ooq 00 000 o �I o 0 OOCD 0 0 Q00 ', AWS Explanation ■ dairy well 26S 121 f 26S 11W 26S 1 OW O 2q 9W 26S SW 26S 7W 0 industrial well 0 0 o irrigation well O mining or mineral well 00 000 0o 0 ® municipal well p o Mimbres Basin hypothetical 0 '-'-' 27S12 273 11W 273 AP 273 9 W 0 27440 27S 7w pipeline(64 miles) o $ =1study area 0 4 8 - Mimbres Basin model CMA ,Las Cru esWimbres Stud Area10 MDAP.—d MIIeS � � GRV� � SAI � 9 Ci11 of Las CIIINS " Strawman development plan " Mimbres Basin • 11 irrigation rights and permits selected, totaling 4,697 ac-ft/yr • Evaluation of existing wells: several years to access and evaluate potentially a dozen wells • Application to NMOSE: 3+ years • Environmental assessment: may or may not be required, 3+ years, concurrent with NMOSE application process • Construction of infrastructure and rehab or replacement of wells: 6-7 years 5 GRVMOWC � JSAI r `°u► Summary of Planning Level Capital Costs Mimhres Basin 4,697 CU ac-ft/yr cost category quantity unit cost, $ cost, $ evaluation of wells full testing 12 100,000 1,200,000 partial testing 12 10,000 120,000 subtotal $1,320,000 project development water rights amount, CU ac-ft/yr 4,697 2,000 9,394,000 transactions 11 40,000 440,000 pipeline miles 84 1,100,000 92,400,000 new wells wells 12 450,000 5,400,000 pumps and equipment 12 450,000 5,400,000 subtotal $113,034,Q00 cost per ac-ft/yr $24,065 CU ac-ft/yr- consumptive-use acre-foot per year GRr JSAI City of las Cruces Thank You , and Questions John Shomaker, PhD, and Annie McCoy jshomaker@shomaker. com amccov@shomaker. com John Shomaker & Associates, Inc . 5 °RVMOWC � JSAI r `°u►