Have you noticed…
A drainage problem or localized flooding?
An arroyo or channel needing maintenance?
Illegal dumping in an arroyo?
This is the place to report it!
Sandbags are available at City and County Fire Stations. Call first to be certain they have what you need.
Call the Graffiti Removal Hotline, and give the specific location of the graffiti. City: 768-4725; County: 768-4400.
The Bernalillo County and the City of Albuquerque provide mosquito control within the AMAFCA boundary. Click here for more information on Mosquito control from Bernalillo County. AMAFCA uses natural mosquito control when possible. Bat houses are placed near AMAFCA facilities to provide habitat for these mosquito eating animals.
For all other issues, here’s how to notify the appropriate agency:
- Look at the color-coded Maintenance Map, or the Interactive Facilities Map, to determine the name of the arroyo or channel, and who is responsible for that section of arroyo or channel.
(Adobe Reader is needed to open Maintenance Map. Most computers come with this program already installed.)
COA (City of Albuquerque)
MRGCG (Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District)
NMDOT (New Mexico Department of Transportation)
AMAFCA and MRGCD – call either agency
Contact the appropriate agency:
City of Albuquerque – call 3-1-1 or:
City Arroyo and Storm Drain Maintenance, 291-6214
City Department of Municipal Development Storm Drain Hotline, 768-3645
Report Illegal Dumping to Storm Drains here.
MRGCD (primarily irrigation ditches and drains in the valley) – call 247-0234
Bernalillo County – call 848-1503
NMDOT – call 841-2700
AMAFCA – call us at 884-2215, or e-mail us at report at amafca.org. Please note that for security purposes, direct email links are not provided.
Please be sure to tell us your name, address, and phone number, as well as the location of the problem and a detailed description of the problem you are reporting. That way we can get back to you if we have further questions, and to follow up. Thank you
AMAFCA’s 23 employees are split between office staff and the maintenance crew. Additional engineering and maintenance services are accomplished through contracts with local businesses.
2600 Prospect Avenue NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107
AMAFCA Office Staff
Jerry Lovato, P.E., Executive Engineer: jlovato at amafca.org*
Kevin Troutman, Director of Administration: ktroutman at amafca.org*
Nicole Friedt, P.E., CFM, Director of Planning and Engineering: nfriedt at amafca.org*
Nolan Bennett, P.E., Director of Operations: nbennett at amafca.org*
Eric De Flon, Director of Finance and Procurement : edeflon at amafca.org*
Brad Bingham, P.E., Drainage Engineer: bbingham at amafca.org*
Jared Romero, EIT, Development Review Engineer: jromero at amafca.org*
Patrick Chavez, P.E., Stormwater Quality Engineer: pchavez at amafca.org*
Willie West, Real Estate Manager: wwest at amafca.org*
Adrienne Martinez, EIT, Staff Engineer: amartinez at amafca.org*
Sal Hernandez, Maintenance Superintendent: shernandez at amafca.org*
Jessica Regensberg, GIS Manager: jregensberg at amafca.org*
Guylene Harris, Executive Administrative Assistant: gharris at amafca.org*
Chas Winebrenner, Administrative Assistant: chas at amafca.org*
*For security purposes, direct email links are not provided.
Phone number: (505) 884-2215
Records subject to the Inspection of Public Records Act may be requested via email by sending the AMAFCA Records Request Form listed below to the Records Custodian at AMAFCA at email@example.com.
Pursuant to public health guidelines and the March 2020 Open Government Division Advisory During COVID-19 State of Public Health Emergency notice, AMAFCA is suspending all in-person inspection of public records during the pendency of the state of emergency. Requester should still receive communications as referenced in the New Mexico Inspection of Public Records Act Compliance Guide: VII. Section 14-2-8. Procedure for Requesting Records D. Time for Inspection and Appendix I Deadlines Applicable to the Inspection of Public Records Act.
Download the AMAFCA Records Request Form here.
More information may be found on the FAQs page.
Directions to the Albuquerque Metropolitan Arroyo Flood Control Authority (AMAFCA) Office
We are located “behind” the Holiday Inn Express and Applebee’s on Menaul. The closest major cross streets are Vassar and Menaul.
From I-40: Take the Carlisle exit from I-40 and go north. Turn west (left) onto Menaul, then south (left) on Vassar, just before the light at Vassar. Vassar deadends at Prospect Avenue. Turn east (left) onto Prospect to the AMAFCA office.
From Menaul west of University: Head east on Menaul. Turn south (right) on Vassar, just past the light at Vassar. Turn east (left) onto Prospect to the AMAFCA office.
From Menaul east of Carlisle: Head west on Menaul. Turn south (left) onto Vassar just before the light at Vassar. Turn east (left) onto Prospect to the AMAFCA office.