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August 8, 2017 @ 7:24 pm
posted by Paul Nelson

The City of Clovis Water Policy Advisory Committee met August 8th and received a Lifetime projections for the High Plains Aquifer in east-central New Mexico report from the N.M. Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources. The report, which was funded through a collaborative effort between the City of Clovis, Curry County and the Eastern New Mexico Water Utility Authority, used well information and water-level data provided by the USGS New Mexico Water Science Center to project the lifetime of the aquifer in areas of Curry and Roosevelt counties.

The committee also received a presentation from the City of Clovis Water Policy Advisory Committee’s Task Force, spearheaded by Clovis Commissioner Ladona Clayton. The task force has spent several months compiling a Master Water Assurance Plan for the City of Clovis.  Commissioner Clayton advised the task force had completed a comprehensive overview of previous studies and had compiled some innovative solutions to address the short term and intermediate needs of the Clovis community while the Ute pipeline is being constructed.

“I would like to thank New Mexico Tech, Dr. Rawlings and his colleagues, for compiling the Lifetime projects for the High Plains Aquifer,” advised Water Policy Advisory Committee Chairman and Commissioner Chris Bryant, Tuesday. “This work, together with the task force’s plan, helps us better understand the challenges and solutions in addressing our area’s water needs in the coming years.”

The Lifetime projections for the High Plains Aquifer in east-central New Mexico report, and City of Clovis Master Water Assurance Plan, are available on the City of Clovis’ website at

Press Release available here.


public meetings regarding a proposed new senior center and mealsite

July 18, 2017 @ 8:26 am
posted by Vicki Reyes


As part of the public transportation service provided by the Clovis Area Transit System, after school transport will again be available.  Reservations will be taken at the C.A.T.S. office 769-7910 beginning July 3rd at 8:00 am.  Make your reservations early before the service is completely booked.  All reservations are on a first-come, first served basis and can only be taken from those who are ineligible to utilize the public school bus system. The only service being offered is transportation from school.  For more information or to make your reservation for the upcoming school year, call C.A.T.S. at 769-7910.

The Clovis Area Transit System wishes to thank the citizens of Clovis for supporting public transportation.


Zoo Closed for Independence Day

June 30, 2017 @ 8:33 am
posted by MaryLou McAnulla