Albuquerque Metropolitan Arroyo Flood Control Authority - AMAFCA
Protecting Life and Property since 1963
The Albuquerque Metropolitan Arroyo Flood Control Authority (AMAFCA) was created in 1963 by the New Mexico Legislature with specific responsibility for flooding problems in the greater Albuquerque area.
AMAFCA’s purpose is to prevent injury or loss of life, and to eliminate or minimize property damage. AMAFCA does this by building and maintaining flood control structures which help alleviate flooding.
|October 17, 2014||Information from the Chairman of the Board of Directors regarding the 2014 General Obligation Flood Control Bonds for the 2014 Election.|
|March 6, 2015||Savannah Martinez, AMAFCA Engineering Intern, created a video of the North Diversion Channel Outfall model that was built in the UNM Hydrology Lab. Click here to view it.|
|March 12, 2015||Updated GIS data is available on the GIS Data tab of the Maps page.|
|March 15, 2015||A Request for Proposals for the San Mateo to Eubank Mini Drainage Management Plan has been posted to on the Ads & Notices Page.|
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Sandbags are available at City and County Firestations
City Fire Station locations
County Fire Station locations
How to fill and stack sandbags
Further info on our FAQs page
- Who to contact when you notice a problem in an arroyo or drainage facility
Report a Problem / Contact Info
AMAFCA Interactive Facilities Map
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