The ESCAFCA meeting scheduled for Tuesday August 21, 2018 has been cancelled.
ESCAFCA is requesting competitive sealed proposals for “on-call” professional engineering consulting services. For details, please click the following links:
ESCAFCA MS4 Annual Report
ESCAFCA Executive Engineer Position Description
ESCAFCA Stormwater Management Program
ESCAFCA Annual Report
Project Description Preliminary Engineering Report for Mid-Bernalillo Stormwater Conveyance
RFP Preliminary Engineering Report for Mid-Bernalillo Stormwater Conveyance
Campaign Contribution Disclosure Form
ESCAFCA 2016 Open Meetings Standards Resolution
ESCAFCA 2017 Regular Board Meetings
August 21, 2018 CANCELLED
For the foreseeable future, ESCAFCA Board meetings will be held at the Bernalillo Town Hall, 829 Camino del Pueblo, Bernalillo, NM at 6:00 PM in the council chambers, or as indicated in the meeting notice.
Meeting notices and agenda will be posted at the front receptionist's desk of the Town Hall, as prescribed.
ESCAFCA will make reasonable efforts to accommodate disabilities of any person who wishes to attend meetings. Arrangements for accommodations should be made with the Executive Engineer not less than 48 hours in advance of the meeting.
2012 Board of Directors Election Resolution . . . . . Download PDF here.
Special reports or large files can be accessed at this link .
Files are posted by request for a limited time. Use password - escafca
Proposed ESCAFCA Districting Map. Download/View large version (8mb) here.
Welcome to the Eastern Sandoval County Arroyo Flood Control Authority (ESCAFCA)
As communities around the state have grown, flood control authorities have been been put into place to control growth and protect the environment from flooding and damage. The first community to approve a flood control authority was Albuquerque in 1963, followed by Las Cruces in 1967 and Southern Sandoval County in 1991. As Eastern Sandoval County (Placitas, Bernalillo and Algodones) has grown, it became necessary to create the Eastern Sandoval County Flood Control Authority (ESCAFCA), which was approved by the New Mexico State Legislature in 2007.
In November 2008, voters approved a bond issue that provides funding to build watershed management and aquifer recharge facilities. ESCAFCA will build multi-use projects that also will create open space areas — to maximize the use of the land.