AMAFCA COVID-19 Response - Essential functions continue and appointments are required
As part of the Albuquerque Metropolitan Arroyo Flood Control Authority’s efforts to limit in-person contact in response to the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, the AMAFCA office will be serving citizens by appointment only beginning Tuesday, March 17, 2020 and until further notice.
One of AMAFCA’s main functions is to safeguard the health and welfare of both citizens and AMAFCA employees. Therefore, following state directives to limit exposure, AMAFCA will be open; however, will be limiting in-person visits until further notice. Some staff may be working remotely. Please call us, or email your project manager, to see if we can address your issue over the phone or by email. These measures are meant to avoid gatherings where safe social distance cannot be maintained.
On Monday, March 23, 2020, Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham announced additional restrictions to disrupt the spread of the COVID-19 virus in New Mexico and instructed New Mexicans to remain in their homes or places of residence except for outings absolutely necessary for health, safety, and welfare. Future Board Meetings may be held via Zoom conference until the Governor lifts the stay at home restrictions to comply with AMAFCA Resolution No. 2020-05, a Resolution of The Governing Body of Albuquerque Metropolitan Flood Control Authority, Authorizing The Exercise By Board of Directors of Amended Procedures For The Conduct of Public Meetings During The Effective Period of Executive Order No. 2020-004, Issued By The Governor of New Mexico On March 11, 2020.
AMAFCA is an essential business and determined mission critical functions. The AMAFCA Executive Engineer has approval for emergency expenditures and can take other actions necessary to keep the agency functioning.
For questions regarding the monthly AMAFCA Board of Director’s meeting, please check the AMAFCA website (amafca.org) for the most current information.
Albuquerque Metropolitan Arroyo Flood Control
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.
Sandbags are available at City of Albuquerque and Bernalillo County fire stations.