CITY CLERK / PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATOR

CONTACT and LOCATION

Steve Morse, Public Works Director / City Engineer

Public Works
610 Western Dr.
Aztec, NM 87410
Location Map (PDF 160 KB)

(505) 334-7660 - office
(505) 334-6622 - after hours emergency
(505) 334-7669 - fax


The Public Works department has 10 full-time employees. This department provides services for the maintenance of approximately 47.3 miles of streets, 44.6 miles of water lines, 29.4 miles of waste water collection lines, 6.0 miles of irrigation lines, drainage systems and retention ponds.

➠ Water and Waste Water Information

FLOOD STUDIES

  • Blanco 25 Year Flood Study - Preliminary (PDF 80.1 MB)
  • Blanco 100 Year Flood Study - Preliminary (PDF 81.2 MB)
  • Kokopelli 25 Year Flood Study - Preliminary (PDF 77.1 MB)
  • Kokopelli 100 Year Flood Study - Preliminary (PDF 78.4 MB)

  • REQUIRED PERMITS

  • Curb Cut Permit (PDF 97 KB)
  • Street Cut Permit (PDF 111 KB)

  • IRRIGATION DITCHES

  • Map of Irrigation Ditches (PDF 104 KB)

  • STANDARDS for CONTRACTORS

  • ADA Sidewalk Standards (PDF 2.5 MB)
  • ➠ Construction Standards
  • ➠ Color Code for Underground Utilities
  • ➠ Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices
  • ➠ NMDOT Design Directives
  • ➠ Storm Water Management

  • STREET and INFRASTRUCTURE PLANS

  • ICIP 2014-2018 (PDF 12 KB)


  • 10 Year Street Improvement Plan and Maps

  • 10 Year Road Costs
  • Crack Seal Map (PDF 2.6 MB)
  • Drainage Map (PDF 609 KB)
  • Patching Map (PDF 623 KB)
  • Reconstruction Map (PDF 2.6 MB)
  • Sidewalk & Curbing Map (PDF 615 KB)
  • Slurry & Chip Seal Map (PDF 2.7 MB)

  • CALL BEFORE YOU DIG!

    NM One Call 811
    ➠ Color Code for Underground Utilities

    EMERGENCIES vs NON-EMERGENCIES

    If lines are busy or you are calling after hours for non-emergencies, please leave a message with the following information:

  • • Your name
  • • Your address
  • • Phone number to be reached at
  • • Description of the situation

  • Non-emergency situations are considered as the following:

  • • Pot holes
  • • Street name signs (repaired, damaged, needed)

  • Emergency situations are considered potentially hazardous situations which constitute a danger to human life or serious damage to individual property. Examples would include:

  • • Trees down across streets
  • • Flooding in streets
  • • Icy streets
  • • Water line breaks
  • • Sewer line breaks

  • Tort Claims

    A Tort Claim is an insurance claim for damages that may have occurred to your property or persona whereby the City may have been liable. Incidents are reviewed by a Self-Insurers agent who determines whether the claim is legitimate. Not all claims are awarded compensation.

  • Notice of Tort Claim (PDF 81 KB)

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