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Mission Statement

Infrastructure Planning and GeoResources Department (IPGR) mission is to provide essential, accurate, and responsive infrastructure, transportation, geospatial and natural resources-related data, analysis, and planning. We do this to uphold the public trust, be transparent stewards of public monies, meet community needs, and to provide for a physically healthy environment and livable community.

Services (What We Do)

IPGR is comprised of Transportation Planning, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), and the Natural Resource Services (NRS) Program. Our transportation services include transportation planning for the unincorporated area of the County including mobility for motor vehicles, transit, pedestrians, and bicyclist; transportation feasibility studies and traffic impact analysis; and concurrence of plans and proposals with long range regional transportation plans. GIS services include data creation and acquisitions in support of county operations; data sharing with the public and other agencies; complex spatial analysis; map products; interactive maps; GIS & GPS applications; software upgrades, training, and technical support; and integration with county Oracle and SQL-based applications. NRS Program services include permitting and enforcement of well, wastewater, and storm water ordinances, implementing the county’s water conservation and utility connection efforts, ensuring compliance with our federal storm water quality permit, and performing groundwater resources assessment monitoring and water rights assessments. NRS also provides public education on water resources, participates in regional and state water planning efforts, and provides internal technical consulting and training on natural resource and environmental matters to other county departments.

Enacting Legislation

Bernalillo County Resolutions AR-85-2000 and 92-89; NM Department of Transportation Right of Way Handbook; Code of Federal Regulations; New Mexico State Statutes Annotated Chapters 47 Property Law; 67: Highways; 72: Water Law; and 74: Environmental Improvement

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