|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 agenda.
Jackson Gulch Reservoir
is @ 27% capacity
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
decontamination unit will remain on site.
SEE Needed information
ORDER / CHANGE WATER REQUESTS
BEFORE 6:00 P. M.
MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS.
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.
This bill will allow the District to have a cost share into the rehabilitation
|Sep 25, 2019 — Ordered Reported
S. 860: Jackson Gulch Rehabilitation Project Modification Act
Last Action: Committee on Energy and Natural Resources. Ordered
to be reported with an amendment favorably.
Explanation: The committees assigned to this bill sent it to the
House or Senate as a whole for consideration on September 25,
Trackers: H.R. 1936: Jackson Gulch Rehabilitation Project
Modification Act, S. 3069: Jackson Gulch Rehabilitation Project
If you have questions please contact Gary Kennedy @ 970-533-7325
|These bills S. 860 amend P.L. 111-11 allowing the District to claim credit for funds
that they have spent from their reserves on the rehabilitation project despite the
Federal cost share.
Project Start with:
2005 – 2013: With canal failure being imminent, work began in 2005 and
continued through 2013 when funding became limited.
2009: March 30, 2009 P.L.111-11 was signed by the President.
The 1st and only Federal appropriations of $1,750,000 was passed in 2010.
2018: Additional cost for engineering of additional rehabilitation projects for 2019
and 2020 at $62,880. 2019: Needs are $2,500,000 to complete the rehabilitation.
2019: Total Cost to date - $3,966,340.
District has Funded: $2,216,340 @ 56%. (35%)
Federal has Funded: $1,750.000 @ 44% (65%)