Doña Ana Mutual Domestic Water Consumers Association was established in 1976 with 76 connections supplied by a single well. We have since grown and presently serve almost 6,000 water connections and 1,500 wastewater connections serving over 15,000 people. We maintain 12 wells and 7 tanks with a capacity of 4.5 million gallons to meet your needs. We also maintain a waste water treatement plant with a capacity of 200,000 gallons. The Association grew rapidly in 2013 with the mergers of three other systems. In April 2013 the Association acquired Fort Selden Water Company which served roughly 400 homes. Then in December 2013 the Association acquired Picacho Hills Utility Company which served roughly 900 homes with water and 850 homes with wastewater. During that same month the Association also acquired Fairview Estates Water System which served 52 homes.
Doña Ana MDWCA is a political subdivision of the State of New Mexico and is considered a membership association who provides water and wastewater services. We are the largest Mutual Domestic in the State of New Mexico. Our staff takes pride in providing the best water and wastewater services. The Association is governed by a five member volunteer Board of Directors who are elected from and by the Association’s membership. The Association is divided in five districts; each Board Member represents a district within the Association’s service area.
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District 3 Board Member
PO Box 866, Dona Ana, NM 88032