New Mexico Map Services
|Environmental GIS Map:
This map shows a general collection of environmental subjects of interest, such as underground storage tanks, concentrated animal feeding operations, hazardous waste sites, landfills, and locations that are being sampled for quality such as drinking water sources and aquifers.
|Surface Water Quality Board:
This map shows surface water features being monitored by the NM Environment Department, such as lakes, streams, watersheds, and their monitoring stations.
|Environmental Justice Mapping Tool:
This tool is used by the NM Environment Department's Environmental Justice Task Force to assess impacts of permit holders on areas of the state that may be legally underrepresented, such as tribal lands, colonias, and counties with low household income.
|Ground Water Quality Bureau:
This map shows ground water assets in NM with New Mexico Tech's famous Geologic Map of New Mexico as a background layer.
|Outstanding National Resource Waters:
This map shows resource waters in the Valle Vidal and perennial rivers and streams, lakes, and wetlands within US Forest Service Wilderness Areas.
|Source Water Protection Atlas:
SWPA User Manual
US Congress provided for source water protection in the 1996 Safe Drinking Water Act amendments and required that the states use, "all reasonably available hydrogeologic information on the sources of the supply of drinking water in the state and the water flow, recharge, and discharge..." The purpose of the Source Water Protection Atlas is to provide online access to the tremendous amount of existing hydrogeologic information that can be used to comply with this statutory requirement. Intended users of the Atlas include public water supply systems, businesses, farmers, ranchers and homeowners, and government agencies that have water-management responsibilities. The Atlas was created by ongoing collaborative work between the NM Environment Department, the NM Bureau of Geology and the NM Department of Health, and was funded, in part, by the US Environmental Protection Agency and by the Centers for Disease Control.
|Geographic Information System Screening Tool of New Mexico:
This map shows Underground [Petroleum] Storage Tank facilities in NM ranked by their potential to leak and impact in case of a spill, as well as Leaking Underground Storage Tanks ranked by priority.
|New Mexico Broadband Map:
The Broadband Web Map for New Mexico displays those areas within the State where Broadband
is accessible. Included is an "Address Finder" where users can tap in an address and discover
what Broadband Technologies and Providers are available to them.
|New Mexico Watch - Wildfires:
The NM Broadband Program is researching ideas that will benefit from the core
development of the Online Broadband Mapping functions managed by the NM Department of Information
Technology (DoIT) and implemented by Earth Data Analysis Center (EDAC/UNM). The "New Mexico
Watch Demonstration Project" that focuses on Statewide Wildfire Reporting is an example of
building onto the existing structure created by the Broadband Program. The web site is
"interactive". Meaning users who have broadband access (field/home/office) can
measure (area and distances), draw to establish focus areas, annotate, and print. Also,
individuals can tap in an address, zoom to that location, and reference the fire incident
to an area. In addition, the locations of emergency operations centers, fire stations,
law enforcement, hospitals, community centers, and schools are shown. Clicking on these
locations and the Fire Areas will provide information.
|New Mexico Public School Facilities:
The New Mexico Public Schools Facility Authority Statewide Web Map displays public school
information within New Mexico. Information including school enrollment numbers, school
capacity calculations, the New Mexico Facilities Database ranking information, and community
assets are presented in tabular and graphical formats. In addition, a companion site provides
metrics on PSCOC school building projects across New Mexico.
|Land Office Geographic Information Center (LOGIC):
The New Mexico State Land Office is responsible for the management of nearly nine million
acres of surface lands and thirteen million acres of subsurface rights, held in trust for
the citizens of New Mexico. The Land Office Geographic Information Center supports this
mission with several Web mapping applications pertaining to the status of New Mexico's
trust lands. The applications, including one designed to convey general land status
information and others more specifically targeted to the needs of the oil and gas industry,
enable users to search for relevant data in a variety of ways, identify the range of
activities occurring on state trust lands and produce printable PDF maps.
|New Mexico Road Conditions:
NMRoads.com is an Advanced Traveler Information System (ATIS) website published
by the New Mexico Department of Transportation. The site provides the public with real-time road
conditions by integrating cameras, message signs, road construction information, current weather
conditions, and general transit and rest area information.