Correo Water Association

Correo Water Association Correo Water Association is a small mutual domestic water association providing water service for about 58 families in Highland Meadows.


What does 178,710 gallons of water and a swimming pool 36' x 62' and 10' deep have in common??? This is how much water a hose on full blast for 21 days will waste. How do we know this??? It happened to one of our members! (we used a swimming pool calculator online to get a visual of size so you could envision this waste.) Correo Water Has ZERO tolerance for water waste.


You no longer need to boil your water. As of last Tuesday our water sample tested negative. Thank you


Winter is almost upon us believe it or not. It is time to get your pipes ready for any freeze we may get this upcoming season. Correo Water wants to share a few things we want you to remember.
1. Every house needs its own shut off so if a pipe should break you can turn off your water immediately. If you do not have a house shut off our operator will come and turn your water off at NO CHARGE so you can fix your leak and install a shut off as well. We do not want you to touch your meter so please call 505 440 5767.
2. Beginning with the November billing we change back over to the winter base gallons of 6000 per month. It has been set at this amount for the past 3 years during the winter months.
Above all please remember to be safe and keep yourself warm this winter, we hope all is happy and health for each and every one of you this season
How to Keep Pipes from Freezing
*Insulate Pipes: Insulate hot and cold water pipes in the crawlspace under your house as well as in the basement, attic, and exterior walls (if accessible) with snap-on foam insulation. Make sure foam insulation fits tightly without gaps. Apply duct tape to joints in insulation, and miter foam around elbows, so joints in pipes are completely covered.
*Drip faucets in freezing weather
*Heat Pipes: Consider wrapping problem pipes with UL approved heat tape that has a built-in thermostat to prevent overheating. Follow the instructions that come with heat tape carefully to keep from causing a fire hazard.
*Sprinkler System: Turn off your sprinkler system, and blow compressed air through the irrigation lines to drain the water.
*Drip Faucets: Drip both hot and cold water at faucets in kitchen and bathroom. This not only keeps water moving through the pipes, but relieves built-up water pressure in the pipes if they should freeze. Set single lever faucets in the center so both hot and cold lines drip. Pay particular attention to pipes running in outside walls.
*Laundry Room: If there isn’t a faucet in the laundry room to drip, set your washing machine on warm, and start the fill cycle periodically for a few minutes to run water through the pipes.
*Icemaker: Set your icemaker to make ice if the icemaker water line runs under house.
*Cabinets: Open cabinet doors under sinks in the kitchen and bath if the cabinets are located on exterior walls, to allow inside heat to pipes.
*Installing foam cover on outdoor faucet.
*Covering outdoor faucet.
*Foundation: For houses that have a crawlspace, make sure the foundation is completely enclosed, and fill any gaps in foundation walls with caulking or expanding foam. Close or cover the foundation vents under house during extreme cold weather.
*Garden Hose: Disconnect and drain garden hoses.
*Exterior Faucets: To protect exterior faucet around your foundation, either cover faucets with insulated foam covers, cut off water to exterior faucets and open faucets to drain pipes, or install exterior faucets that cut water supply off inside foundation walls.
*Check for Leaks: Once the weather has warmed up, turn off any dripping faucets as well as the icemaker, then monitor the water meter for any unseen leaks.
*How to Thaw Frozen Pipes
*Water Cut-Off: Locate the shut off under your house cut-off valve
*Open Faucet: Open the faucet the pipe runs to before thawing a frozen pipe to allow water to flow through the pipe and relieve any built-up pressure in the pipe.
*Heat Frozen Pipe: Use a hair dryer, heat lamp, electric heat tape, or portable space heater to thaw frozen pipes that haven’t burst. Start from the interior faucet end of the pipe, and work your way toward colder end of the pipe.
*Check for Leaks: After pipes have thawed, turn off all water to faucets and the icemaker


49 San Domingo Rd
Laguna, NM

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00


(505) 440-5767


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