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Established in 1990
Protect. Mitigate. Educate.
Southern Sandoval County Arroyo Flood Control Authority (SSCAFCA) is an independent corporate political body with an elected board entrusted with flood and storm water control.
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Join from a PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone or Android device: Please click this URL to join. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81833257502?pwd=ckFTOEVteEhqQ2MyN1c1eFR2VDBsUT09 Passcode: 839064 Description: SSCAFCA Special Board Meeting Or One tap mobile: +16699009128,,81833257502# US (San Jose) +17193594580,,81833257502# US Or join by phone: Dial(for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location): US: +1 669 900 9128  or […]

SCOPE:  Install new outfall for treated water effluent line, including concrete placement, rip-rap, bar grate, by-pass pumping, and minor earthwork to connect to existing channel. PROJECT STATUS: Project Complete PROJECT DOCUMENTS: Plans MEETINGS: Pre-Bid (9/13/21), Pre-Con (12/14/21)   PROJECT INFORMATION: CITY: City of Rio Rancho/Village of Corrales WATERSHED: Montoyas CONSULTANT: Huitt-Zollars CONTRACTOR:  CBKN CONSTRUCTION COST: […]

Invitation for Bids: IFB 2022-02 Lower Ivory Channel Improvements Project The Southern Sandoval County Arroyo Flood Control Authority (SSCAFCA) requests competitive sealed bids for Construction Services for the Lower Ivory Channel Improvements Project. Contact person: Deborah Casaus, Procurement Officer at (505) 892-7246. SSCAFCA will accept bids until September 21, 2022 at 3:00 pm local time […]

Our Mission

Protect citizens and property by implementing proven flood control solutions that:

  • Manage our watersheds prudently for future generations
  • Enhance the quality of life
  • Create the most appealing multi-use facilities
  • Set an example of quality, itegrity, leadership, and professionalism
  • Educate the public concerning flood hazards
  • Administer public funds prudently
Education & Outreach
SSCAFCA is dedicated to educating students, adults and the Southern Sandoval County community as a whole on the issues of flood control, erosion control, and watershed and stormwater management.
Watershed Management Plans offer the opportunity to develop an inclusive approach to support flood protection, quality of life issues and environmentally sustainable development - using the watershed as a holistic planning framework.
Erosion Control
In the desert, we have highly erodible soils.  At SSCAFCA, we encourage all property owners to implement erosion control measures to ensure the stability of their property.
At SSCAFCA we create the most appealing multi-use facilities, setting an example of quality and environmental awareness.