News & Events
Why outdoor water conservation matters
Brought to you by Bernalillo County Natural Resource Water Conservation In recent years, the focus of water conservation has shifted from indoors to outdoors. There are several reasons for this change. First, opportunities for indoor water savings have diminished...
Water Restrictions & Conservation Tips
Beginning April 1st and ending October 31st, no spray/sprinkler irrigation is allowed between the hours of 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. Landscape irrigation should not be applied or sprayed in such a manner and/or quantity that it causes runoff onto adjacent properties...
IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR WATER AND SEWER CUSTOMERS
Dear SHS Water and Sewer Customers, As part of the renewal of the Utility’s Right-Of-Way Agreement with Bernalillo County, the County will begin assessing a 1.8% Franchise Fee for the Use of Right-of-Way on County roads. The fee will be assessed on the revenue...
Utility Secures ARPA Funding from Bernalillo County
Sandia Peak Utility Company has received an award of American Rescue Plan Act funding from Bernalillo County. The award of $3,335,325 in federal funds will be used to replace aged water meters and service lines in the Sandia Heights and Primrose Pointe service areas.
2021 Annual Water Quality Report
The 2021 Annual Water Quality Report is now available. The water quality report contains important information about the source and quality of your drinking water. If you would like a paper report mailed to your home, please contact customer service at (505) 856-6419.
SECURITY TIPS · Always be sure to lock the door from your home into your garage, even when you’re home. · Prune shrubbery so it doesn’t obscure windows or doors. · Plant thorny bushes or cacti under windows. · Never hide house keys under the door mat or a rock....