PO Box 330, Acoma, NM 87034
27B Pinsbaari Drive, Acoma, NM 87034
Monday – Friday
8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Raymond J. Concho, Jr., Executive Director
Sharlene Phillips, Administrative Assistant
Bernadine Keyope, Billing Technician
Kathy Felipe, W/WW Foreman
Stewart Valdo, Drainfield Laborer
Vacant, Drainfield Laborer
Marc Juare, Certified Operator
Jose Antonio, Waterless Composting Systems Operator
Drinking Water Quality Reports
2011 Drinking Water Quality Report
2012 Drinking Water Quality Report
2013 Drinking Water Quality Report
2014 Drinking Water Quality Report
2015 Drinking Water Quality Report
2016 Drinking Water Quality Report
2017 Drinking Water Quality Report
2019 Drinking Water Quality Report
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The Pueblo of Acoma Utility Authority Water & Wastewaster Department is committed to provide safe and reliable utility services to the community at an affordable cost, while promoting conservation and efficiency to ensure that the future generation of the Pueblo of Acoma will inherit a self-sustaining system that protects cultural resources and quality of life.
Water/Wastewater Department Brochure
The Pueblo of Acoma Water & Wastewater Department is committed to provided exceptional water & wastewater services to the Pueblo and neighboring communities. We offer a wide variety of services including rotor rooters, septic system servicing, new water and sewer connections, inspection services, repairs, etc…
Utility and Solid Waste Services Tariff
The purpose of the tariff is to define customer services and obligations related to the provisions of utilities and solid waste services and to establish the fee schedule for receipt of such services within the Pueblo of Acoma.
Septic Tank Maintenance Tips
Taking care of your septic system isn’t difficult, because modern systems function efficiently when you follow a few basic guidelines. Put these tips to use for a clean and trouble-free septic system.
IHS Drainfield Replacement Application.
Public Law 86-121 allows the Indian Health Service to assist members of federally recognized native tribes in obtaining a potable drinking water supply and a safe means of disposing of waste water for their home use, provided that funds are available, that the homes meet basic standard of living requirements (well insulated, have electricity, indoor plumbing, etc.) and that the home meet the eligibility requirements of the Indian Health Service.