|Mancos Water Conservancy
42599 Road N
Mancos, CO 81328
|Mancos Water Conservancy District
|Board Meetings are the 2nd Tuesday
of every month. Time: 7:00 PM,
District office: 42599 Road N,
click the link below for the
|Consideration of Title Transfer
of the Mancos Project
from the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation
to the Mancos Water Conservancy District
Stay tuned / more to come!
|THE BOARD IS ASKING FOR YOUR QUESTIONS
ON THIS PROCESS.
MWCD CAN CHANGE DIRECTION AT ANY TIME
|Mancos River Call.
Priority Running: THE RIVER IS: M - 2 Running
CALL: Russell Crangle
I will update as notified
|MANCOS WATER CONSERVANCY DISTRICT
U.S. BUREAU OF RECLAMATION
HELD A MEETING, JUNE 4TH
ON TITLE TRANSFER OF THE MANCOS PROJECT
|MANCOS WATER CONSERVANCY DISTRICT
PROJECT TITLE TRANSFER WORKSHOP
SEPTEMBER 10, 2015
7:00 P.M. TO 9:00 P.M.
211 West 1st ST.
The meeting was attended by 22 members of the
Our guests discussed their Transfer process.
Gary Esslinger, Elephant Butte, NEW MEXICO
Tom Knutson, Retired General Manager, Farwell
Irrigation District, NEBRASKA
|See what others have to say about
see the link below
|MANCOS STATE PARK
P 970-882-2213 | F 970-882-4640
1321 Railroad Avenue, P.O.B. 1047, Dolores, CO 81323
Mancos State Parks will still require boats to be inspected/have seal
prior to launch and will provide inspections. The entrance station is
open with staff and hosts certified as inspectors and provide
inspections and decontaminations. The decontamination unit will
remain on site.
|The Board of Directors on September 12, 2017 Voted to
proceed with title transfer of the project features.
EXCEPT FOR THE DAM .
|The Board of Directors are moving forword with
Title Transfer of the Project Features. Below you
can see our information.
Please contact a Board Member or myself if you
If and when Congress acts on the transfer then
there will be negotiations with the Bureau of
Title Transfer Packet
ORDER / CHANGE WATER REQUESTS
BY TELEPHONE CALL 533-7325, BEFORE 6:00 P. M.
MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS.
JACKSON GULCH RESERVOIR RELEASES WILL BE SHUT
OFF AUGUST 10TH.
Shut down will accrue when releases drop below 10 cfs.
(This is an operational issue)
|S. 3069 & H.R. 6083:
A bill to amend the Omnibus Public
Land Management Act of 2009 to
modify the terms of the Jackson
Gulch rehabilitation project in
Colorado, and for other purposes.
|Colorado D.N.R and Mancos State Parks Concern.
The Department of Natural Resources first learned of your proposed
legislation in late April. Shortly after we communicated to you, thorough
CPW SW Regional Manager our concern that any transfer of title of
land and features associated with the Mancos Project from the Bureau
of Reclamation to the District may impact CPW's ability to manage
recreation at Mancos State Park for the benefit of the public. We were
also concerned about how any transfer of title would affect existing and
future recreation infrastructure purchased by CPW and the Bureau.
(We realize that it is likely not possible for the District to continue the
cost-share arrangement currently in place with the Bureau and CPW.
CPW is willing to look at other partnership opportunities with the District
in lieu of a cost-share.)
Here is our primary concern:
The legislation is silent to the future of the cost share btwn cpw and bor
to manage recreation on Mancos. CPW expects the water district
wouldn’t be able to take on the bor’s cost share. If the cost share goes
away CPW will not be able to continue to provide the recreation.