Welcome to the San Juan Water Conservancy District
The mission of the San Juan Water Conservancy District is to conserve, develop, utilize, and plan storage for current and future water needs, and that the water resources of the San Juan River and its tributaries, and the property and residents within the District will be benefited by the activities of the District.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING AND WORK SESSION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Special Meeting and Work Session of the Board of Directors of the San Juan Water Conservancy District (SJWCD) have been scheduled for Monday, March 2, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. The Meeting will be held at the District’s administrative office located at 46 Eaton Drive, Suite #5, Pagosa Springs, Colorado.
Proposed Agenda is as follows: Special Meeting:
1. Call to Order
2. Revisions to Agenda
3. Disclosures of Conflict of Interest
4. Public Comment
5. Consideration of Independent Contractor Agreement – RGL Consulting, LLC
1. Call to Order
2. Consideration of Strategic Plan Schedule and Deadlines
3. Consideration of Strategic Plan Formatting
4. Consideration of Strategic Plan – Colorado Water Law
5. Consideration of Strategic Plan Goals & Objectives – Develop Alternatives for Meeting
Community Water Needs
6. Consideration of Strategic Plan Goals & Objectives – Educating Community on Water Issues
Board of Directors
The San Juan Water Conservancy District (SJWCD or District) is governed by a 3-9 member Board of Directors who serve four-year terms. The Board adopts an annual budget to serve its mission.
Al Pfister, President, firstname.lastname@example.org, 970-985-5764.
The San Juan Water Conservancy District (SJWCD or District) was formed in 1987 under the Water Conservancy Act (Colorado Revised Statutes Title 37, Article 45) by a vote of the electors in 1987. SJWCD is charged with providing water conservation, water resources planning, stream improvement, water rights protection, and development services within its service area, which includes most of the urban and suburban areas of Archuleta County, centered on the town of Pagosa Springs.
The SJWCD has the statutory authority to appropriate water rights, to have and exercise the power of eminent domain to sponsor water resources projects, to construct water development projects, to develop and operate augmentation plans, and to appropriate recreational in-channel diversion rights, among other powers.
SJWCD currently has vacancies on its Board of Directors. If you have an interest in water issues and are interested in serving as a volunteer on the Board, please submit a letter of interest to:
Jeffery R. Wilson, Chief Judge
Archuleta County Combined Courts
P.O. Box 148, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
Your letter should include your permanent address, to confirm that you are a resident of the District, and can mention your relevant experience and interests. Meetings are held at the District’s office at 46 Eaton Drive, Suite 5, Pagosa Springs CO 81147. Although not required, the Board would appreciate a copy of your letter of interest sent to this District address: 46 Eaton Drive, Suite 5, Pagosa Springs CO 81147.