BBER has a water data page just for the state of New Mexico. Here we have time series on historical reservoir and lake levels, current levels, and average levels. This page is updated monthly, check back often for changing trends around the state!
On May 25, 2017 the US Census Bureau released the 2016 population estimates for 162 cities, towns and villages across New Mexico. Over the last year New Mexico experienced minimal population growth reaching a total population of 2,081,015. This represents an increase of just 687 people or less than 1/10th of a percent since 2015. However, local communities did see bigger gains or losses in population. The top five areas which had the greatest growth (in percentage terms) from 2015 to 2016 are Bernalillo town (4.3%), Sunland Park city (3.5%), Rio Rancho city (2.2%), Reserve village (1.8%) and Alamogordo city (1.6%). The top 5 area’s in 2016 with the greatest population growth since 2010 were Sunland Park city (15.6%), Hobbs city (11.9%), Carlsbad city (10.4%), Bernalillo town (10.3%), and Rio Rancho city (9.2%). The five areas with the largest rate of decline from 2015 to 2016 include Aztec city (-3.1%), Eunice city... View Full Post
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