The Las Campanas Water Cooperative is committed to providing classes, informative articles, and resources such as Eye On Water to enable each of our members to support an informed and active Las Campanas Water Community.
Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the resources included below.
EYE ON WATER
The Co-op is implementing an automatic water reading system that will be placed on your water meter. The new system is called “Eye On Water”. The City of Santa Fe is using the same system and is very satisfied.
If you’ve ever experienced an undetected leak, you know how quickly the water usage can escalate! Eye on Water allows you to monitor usage 24/7. Since the technology is online, you can check water usage at your home even when you aren’t in residence.
Some of features this system provides are:
Access to a website and smart phone/tablet application to view your water usage. The water usage is displayed with a graph that can be viewed yearly, monthly, daily. If you have two meters (irrigation and domestic), you can see both meter usages. Viewing your usage activity will allow you to better understand your consumption patterns
Set leak alerts to notify you by text or email.
3. Allows you export your usage data to a spreadsheet for easy tracking.
The full-scale system implementation began October 15th, 2018. It is anticipated this project will be completed by the end of December, 2019. Jacobs, the company that operates the utility, will be performing the work. You will not need to be present for the install. The install takes around 15 minutes. You will be notified via an email blast when Jacobs will be working in your area.
Once the system has been installed on your meter, you will receive an email from the Coop providing you instructions on how to access your account on the Eye on Water Website as well as instruction on placing the phone app on your smart phone.
SEASONAL CONSERVATION BULLETINS
Quarterly Seasonal Conservation Bulletins are produced by the Las Campanas Water Cooperative to provide timely and informative information about water conservation throughout the year.
2020 Winter Conservation Bulletin
Water quality is very important in Las Campanas. Below are our last three year's reports, along with a link to our Water Quality Archive.
2016 Water Quality Report
2017 Water Quality Report
2017 Water Sampling Report
2017 Water Hardness Report
2018 Water Quality Report
2021 Water Hardness Report
2020 Water Quality Report
2021 Water Quality Report
Cultivating a garden and landscaping in Las Campanas offers some unique challenges. As part of the Las Campanas Water Cooperative’s commitment to encouraging sustainable landscaping that is sensitive to water usage, we are pleased to present information that may help you better anticipate how to plant, what to plant, and when to plant.
The Las Campanas Homeowners Association has specific planting guidelines to which all Las Campanas homeowners are expected to adhere. Information on the guidelines is available through the Las Campanas Homeowners Association.
The information and articles on this site have been developed by Tracy Neal, our landscape consultant. Tracy is a well-recognized expert in Santa Fe and offers periodic classes for our Las Campanas Water Cooperative members.
Plant Guide Overview Low Water Use 2021
Bibliography for Landscaping Today and Tomorrow 2021
Steps to Successful Revegetation
Landscaping for Today and Tomorrow Spring 2021
Plants for Las Campanas 2021