The Alto Lakes Water & Sanitation District is committed to meeting the water, wastewater, and solid waste needs of the residential community and the golf course, now and in the future.
What is the Alto Lakes Water & Sanitation District?
The Alto Lakes Water & Sanitation District is a quasi-municipal governmental subdivision of the State of New Mexico. It was created to provide water and wastewater-related services to the subdivisions of Alto Lakes. The ALW&SD acquired the assets of the Alto Lakes Water Corporation (ALWC) on April 1, 2008 and now operates the community water, wastewater and solid waste systems.
The District was formed for the express purpose of undertaking critically needed improvements to the water supply and infrastructure. The District invested $4 million to acquire the system assets, pay off debt, and fund the Phase I Water Treatment Plant. The District is investing another $3 million in a major water line project to construct a new “backbone” along High Mesa, French, and Deer Park Drive.
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The Alto Lakes Water & Sanitation District is not affiliated with, nor a part of, the Alto Lakes Golf and Country Club.