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Santa Fe County Environmental Health Profile

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Santa Fe County New Mexico
County seat Santa Fe -
Population (July 1, 2015) 148,238 2,099,856
% New Mexico population 7.1% 100%
Land area (sq. miles) 1,909 121,298
Persons per sq. mile (2015) 77.6 17.3
Resident live births (2015) 1,252 25,730
Deaths of NM residents (2015) 1,169 17,687
No. households (2011-2015) 71,673 909,565


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Santa Fe
County
New Mexico United States Santa Fe/NM
comparison *
Santa Fe/US
comparison *
10-year trend
% under age 5 4.7% 6.6% 6.3% lower lower -2.1%
% under age 18 19.2% 24.3% 23.3% lower lower -1.4%
% Age 65 or older 20.9% 14.7% 14.1% higher higher +6.1%
% Age 75 or older 7.4% 6.2% 6.2% higher higher +3.9%
% Hispanic 51.2% 47.4% 17.1% higher higher +0.1%
% White 43.7% 39.2% 62.3% higher lower -0.3%
% American Indian 2.6% 8.5% 0.7% lower higher no trend
% Black 1.0% 1.8% 12.3% lower lower +4.0%
% Asian 1.5% 1.3% 5.2% higher lower +2.8%
* County-level values represent the average of a range of likely values (defined here by 95% confidence intervals). State and national averages are compared to county-level values using these confidence intervals. 'Similar' indicates that the state or national averages fall within the county-level 95% confidence interval. 'Higher' indicates that state or national averages fall below the county-level 95% confidence interval. 'Lower' indicates that state or national averages are above the county-level 95% confidence interval.

Santa Fe
County
New Mexico United States Santa Fe/NM
comparison *
Santa Fe/US
comparison *
10-year trend
Median income $54,315 $44,963 $53,889 higher similar -
% in poverty 15.6% 21.0% 15.5% lower similar -
% Children under 5 in poverty 28.0% 34.0% 23.0% lower higher -
% Children under 18 in poverty 23.0% 29.4% 21.7% lower similar -
% Adults over 65 in poverty 8.7% 12.0% 9.4% lower similar -
% Unemployment 7.9% 5.4% 8.3% higher similar -
% High school diploma or higher 87.6% 84.2% 86.7% higher lower -
% Bachelors or higher 40.2% 26.3% 29.8% higher higher -
% Speaking English less than well 10.1% 26.1% 8.6% lower higher -
% Disabled 13.0% 14.6% 12.4% lower similar -
% with no health insurance 17.8% 16.4% 13.0% higher higher -
% Homes built before 1950 9.6% 9.2% 18.4% higher lower -
% Homes built before 1980 38.7% 47.5% 55.8% lower lower -
Data Sources: US Census American Community Survey (2011-2015).
* County-level values represent the average of a range of likely values (defined here by 95% confidence intervals). State and national averages are compared to county-level values using these confidence intervals. 'Similar' indicates that the state or national averages fall within the county-level 95% confidence interval. 'Higher' indicates that state or national averages fall below the county-level 95% confidence interval. 'Lower' indicates that state or national averages are above the county-level 95% confidence interval.

Santa Fe
County
New Mexico United States Santa Fe/NM comparison * Santa Fe/US comparison * 10-year trend
Life expectancy at birth 81.2 78.6 78.8 higher higher no trend
Life expectancy at age 65 22.4 20.4 19.3 higher higher +0.7%
Years of potential life lost (per 100,000 residents) 1 6,664 7,716 6,601 lower higher no trend
Overall mortality rate (per 100,000) 604 736 824 lower lower -0.7%
Infant mortality (per 1,000 live births) 5.9 5.6 6.0 similar similar -
% Infants with low birthweight (<2500 g) 10.0% 9.0% 8.0% similar higher no trend
% Pre-term births (<37 weeks) 8.0% 9.0% 9.5% similar lower no trend
Data Sources: New Mexico Vital Records (2013-2015).
1 Years of potential life lost (YPLL) is a measure of premature mortality. It refers to the average number of years a person would have lived if he or she had not died before the age of 75. YPLL per 100,000 residents is shown.
* County-level values represent the average of a range of likely values (defined here by 95% confidence intervals). State and national averages are compared to county-level values using these confidence intervals. 'Similar' indicates that the state or national averages fall within the county-level 95% confidence interval. 'Higher' indicates that state or national averages fall below the county-level 95% confidence interval. 'Lower' indicates that state or national averages are above the county-level 95% confidence interval.


Age-adjusted incidence rate per 100,000 residents, except as noted

Santa Fe
County
New Mexico United States Santa Fe/NM comparison * Santa Fe/US comparison * 10-year trend
Bladder cancer 16.0 15.1 20.1 similar lower no trend
Brain & other nervous system cancer 5.1 5.1 6.4 similar similar -6.2%
Breast cancer 146.0 133.8 125.0 similar higher no trend
Esophageal cancer 3.2 3.6 4.3 similar similar no trend
Kidney cancer 11.3 14.1 15.6 similar lower +4.2%
Laryngeal cancer 1.5 2.5 3.2 similar lower -5.5%
Leukemia 5.7 5.9 13.5 similar lower no trend
Liver cancer 7.7 9.6 8.4 similar similar no trend
Lung cancer 26.5 39.8 57.3 lower lower no trend
Melanoma 13.7 14.6 21.8 similar lower -3.9%
Mesothelioma 0.5 0.8 0.9 similar similar -8.6%
Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma 13.9 16.0 19.5 similar lower no trend
Oral & pharyngeal cancer 8.9 9.0 11.1 similar similar no trend
Pancreatic cancer 10.3 10.8 12.4 similar similar no trend
Thyroid cancer 13.7 15.7 13.9 similar similar no trend
% Population ever diagnosed with cancer (excluding melanoma) 1 7.1% 5.9% 6.7% higher similar no trend
Data Sources for incidence rates: New Mexico Tumor Registry (2012-2014)
1 Prevalence of cancer (excluding melanoma) for people surveyed by BRFSS from 2011-2015. BRFSS
* County-level values represent the average of a range of likely values (defined here by 95% confidence intervals). State and national averages are compared to county-level values using these confidence intervals. 'Similar' indicates that the state or national averages fall within the county-level 95% confidence interval. 'Higher' indicates that state or national averages fall below the county-level 95% confidence interval. 'Lower' indicates that state or national averages are above the county-level 95% confidence interval.

Santa Fe
County
New Mexico United States Santa Fe/NM comparison * Santa Fe/US comparison * 10-year trend
% Children under age 6 tested for elevated blood lead 7.6% 8.7% - similar - +85.8%
% Children under age 6 tested with blood levels >10 ug/dl 0.1% 0.2% - lower - no trend
Carbon monoxide poisoning hospital admissions (rate per 10,000 residents) 14.1 10.2 - higher - no trend
Carbon monoxide poisoning emergency dept visits (rate per 10,000 residents) 12.8 10.2 - similar - no trend
Carbon monoxide exposure calls (rate per 10,000 residents) 6.2 8.5 - similar - no trend
Data Sources: NM EPHT (2013-2015).
* County-level values represent the average of a range of likely values (defined here by 95% confidence intervals). State and national averages are compared to county-level values using these confidence intervals. 'Similar' indicates that the state or national averages fall within the county-level 95% confidence interval. 'Higher' indicates that state or national averages fall below the county-level 95% confidence interval. 'Lower' indicates that state or national averages are above the county-level 95% confidence interval.

Santa Fe
County
New Mexico United States Santa Fe/NM comparison * Santa Fe/US comparison * 10-year trend
Asthma hospital admissions (rate per 10,000 residents) 6.3 8.7 - lower - no trend
Asthma emergency dept visits (rate per 10,000 residents) 34.4 44.1 - lower - -
Asthma prevalence (% residents with current diagnosis) 9.1% 9.5% 9.0% similar similar no trend
COPD hospital admissions (rate per 10,000 residents) 6.4 9.2 - lower - -8.0%
COPD prevalence (% residents with current diagnosis) 1 4.2% 5.7% 6.3% lower lower no trend
Diabetes prevalence (% residents with current diagnosis) 2 6.4% 10.1% 9.8% lower lower no trend
Heart attack hospital admissions (rate per 10,000 residents) 9.7 12.2 - lower - no trend
Heat stress related emergency dept visits (rate per 10,000 residents) 6.5 12.8 - lower - no trend
Data Sources: 1 NM EPHT (2012-2014); 2 BRFSS (2011-2015).
* County-level values represent the average of a range of likely values (defined here by 95% confidence intervals). State and national averages are compared to county-level values using these confidence intervals. 'Similar' indicates that the state or national averages fall within the county-level 95% confidence interval. 'Higher' indicates that state or national averages fall below the county-level 95% confidence interval. 'Lower' indicates that state or national averages are above the county-level 95% confidence interval.
Santa Fe
County
*PM2.5 average annual concentration (mcg/m 3 ) -- LURBME model 6.5
PM2.5 average annual days over NAAQS 0
Ozone average annual days over NAAQS 0
Data Sources: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Environmental Public Health Tracking Network. Annual PM 2.5 Level (Monitor + Modeled). Accessed From Environmental Public Health Tracking Network: www.cdc.gov/ephtracking.
* EPA NAAQS for annual average PM2.5 concentration is 12 mcg/m 3 .

Type Site Name EPA Webpage for Site
Brownfield Cerrillos Gravel Pits Site URL
Brownfield Cerrillos Hills Mining District Site URL
Brownfield Deer Mesa Dip Vat Site URL
Brownfield Magdalena School Site URL
Brownfield Mt. Chalchihuitl Property Site URL
Brownfield Old Acoma Stockyard Dip Vat Site URL
Brownfield Santa Fe Railyards Site URL
Brownfield Santa Fe River Assessment Site URL
Data Sources: US EPA (2017). Some of these pages may be restricted and not available to the public. We have utilized the URLs provided by the EPA.


% of Private Wells Tested that Exceeded MCLs1 for:

Uranium Nitrate Arsenic
18.7%2.0%11.9%
Testing Years: Uranium (1981-2016); Arsenic (1976-2015); Nitrate (2004-2012).
Only a minority of private wells in each county have been tested for these constituents. Therefore, these percentages only refer to wells that have been sampled and may not be representative of the county as a whole.
1 MCL (Maximum Contaminant Level): standard set by EPA for drinking water quality.
Water System Contaminant Average level MCL 1 Number of
people served
Agua Fria Water Association Arsenic (ug/L) 0.50 10 650
Agua Fria Water Association Atrazine (ug/L) 3.12 10 650
Agua Fria Water Association Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP) (ug/L) 0.50 6 650
Agua Fria Water Association Haloacetic acid (ug/L) 0.01 3 650
Agua Fria Water Association Radium (pCi/L) 0.05 5 650
Agua Fria Water Association Tetrachloroethylene (ug/L) 28.58 80 650
Agua Fria Water Association Trichloroethylene (ug/L) 0.05 5 650
Agua Fria Water Association Trihalomethane (ug/L) 3.00 30 650
Agua Fria Water Association Uranium (ug/L) 0.08 5 650
Canada De Los Alamos MDWCA Arsenic (ug/L) 0.75 10 70
Canada De Los Alamos MDWCA Atrazine (ug/L) 0.05 10 70
Canada De Los Alamos MDWCA Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP) (ug/L) 0.01 6 70
Canada De Los Alamos MDWCA Haloacetic acid (ug/L) 0.02 3 70
Canada De Los Alamos MDWCA Radium (pCi/L) 0.04 5 70
Canada De Los Alamos MDWCA Tetrachloroethylene (ug/L) 0.13 80 70
Canada De Los Alamos MDWCA Trichloroethylene (ug/L) 0.06 5 70
Canada De Los Alamos MDWCA Trihalomethane (ug/L) 31.25 30 70
Canada De Los Alamos MDWCA Uranium (ug/L) 0.95 5 70
Canoncito At Apache Canyon Arsenic (ug/L) 0.50 10 250
Canoncito At Apache Canyon Atrazine (ug/L) 0.05 10 250
Canoncito At Apache Canyon Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP) (ug/L) 0.01 6 250
Canoncito At Apache Canyon Haloacetic acid (ug/L) 0.01 3 250
Canoncito At Apache Canyon Radium (pCi/L) 0.04 5 250
Canoncito At Apache Canyon Tetrachloroethylene (ug/L) 0.00 80 250
Canoncito At Apache Canyon Trichloroethylene (ug/L) 0.06 5 250
Canoncito At Apache Canyon Trihalomethane (ug/L) 13.00 30 250
Canoncito At Apache Canyon Uranium (ug/L) 2.08 5 250
Cundiyo MDWCA Arsenic (ug/L) 2.50 10 65
Cundiyo MDWCA Atrazine (ug/L) 1.15 10 65
Cundiyo MDWCA Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP) (ug/L) 0.03 6 65
Cundiyo MDWCA Haloacetic acid (ug/L) 0.02 3 65
Cundiyo MDWCA Radium (pCi/L) 0.04 5 65
Cundiyo MDWCA Tetrachloroethylene (ug/L) 0.06 80 65
Cundiyo MDWCA Trichloroethylene (ug/L) 0.06 5 65
Cundiyo MDWCA Trihalomethane (ug/L) 23.00 30 65
Cundiyo MDWCA Uranium (ug/L) 0.30 5 65
El Vadito De Los Cerrillos Water Assoc Arsenic (ug/L) 2.00 10 350
El Vadito De Los Cerrillos Water Assoc Atrazine (ug/L) 0.38 10 350
El Vadito De Los Cerrillos Water Assoc Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP) (ug/L) 0.02 6 350
El Vadito De Los Cerrillos Water Assoc Haloacetic acid (ug/L) 0.02 3 350
El Vadito De Los Cerrillos Water Assoc Radium (pCi/L) 0.05 5 350
El Vadito De Los Cerrillos Water Assoc Tetrachloroethylene (ug/L) 37.30 80 350
El Vadito De Los Cerrillos Water Assoc Trichloroethylene (ug/L) 0.05 5 350
El Vadito De Los Cerrillos Water Assoc Trihalomethane (ug/L) 8.00 30 350
El Vadito De Los Cerrillos Water Assoc Uranium (ug/L) 0.07 5 350
Epcor Water New Mexico Inc., Edgewood Arsenic (ug/L) 0.88 10 6,713
Epcor Water New Mexico Inc., Edgewood Atrazine (ug/L) 1.99 10 6,713
Epcor Water New Mexico Inc., Edgewood Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP) (ug/L) 0.02 6 6,713
Epcor Water New Mexico Inc., Edgewood Haloacetic acid (ug/L) 0.01 3 6,713
Epcor Water New Mexico Inc., Edgewood Radium (pCi/L) 0.05 5 6,713
Epcor Water New Mexico Inc., Edgewood Tetrachloroethylene (ug/L) 3.40 80 6,713
Epcor Water New Mexico Inc., Edgewood Trichloroethylene (ug/L) 0.04 5 6,713
Epcor Water New Mexico Inc., Edgewood Trihalomethane (ug/L) 5.00 30 6,713
Epcor Water New Mexico Inc., Edgewood Uranium (ug/L) 0.58 5 6,713
Galisteo MDWCA Arsenic (ug/L) 0.50 10 167
Galisteo MDWCA Atrazine (ug/L) 0.05 10 167
Galisteo MDWCA Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP) (ug/L) 0.50 6 167
Galisteo MDWCA Haloacetic acid (ug/L) 0.01 3 167
Galisteo MDWCA Radium (pCi/L) 0.04 5 167
Galisteo MDWCA Tetrachloroethylene (ug/L) 0.00 80 167
Galisteo MDWCA Trichloroethylene (ug/L) 0.06 5 167
Galisteo MDWCA Trihalomethane (ug/L) 8.00 30 167
Galisteo MDWCA Uranium (ug/L) 0.69 5 167
Glorieta Camps Arsenic (ug/L) 1.25 10 2,060
Glorieta Camps Atrazine (ug/L) 0.05 10 2,060
Glorieta Camps Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP) (ug/L) 0.30 6 2,060
Glorieta Camps Haloacetic acid (ug/L) 0.10 3 2,060
Glorieta Camps Radium (pCi/L) 0.05 5 2,060
Glorieta Camps Tetrachloroethylene (ug/L) 19.50 80 2,060
Glorieta Camps Trichloroethylene (ug/L) 0.05 5 2,060
Glorieta Camps Trihalomethane (ug/L) 21.60 30 2,060
Glorieta Camps Uranium (ug/L) 0.21 5 2,060
Glorieta East Water Supply Arsenic (ug/L) 0.50 10 60
Glorieta East Water Supply Atrazine (ug/L) 0.05 10 60
Glorieta East Water Supply Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP) (ug/L) 0.01 6 60
Glorieta East Water Supply Haloacetic acid (ug/L) 0.01 3 60
Glorieta East Water Supply Radium (pCi/L) 0.04 5 60
Glorieta East Water Supply Tetrachloroethylene (ug/L) 0.40 80 60
Glorieta East Water Supply Trichloroethylene (ug/L) 0.06 5 60
Glorieta East Water Supply Trihalomethane (ug/L) 0.50 30 60
Glorieta East Water Supply Uranium (ug/L) 1.81 5 60
Greater Glorieta Regional MDC Arsenic (ug/L) 0.50 10 120
Greater Glorieta Regional MDC Atrazine (ug/L) 0.16 10 120
Greater Glorieta Regional MDC Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP) (ug/L) 0.01 6 120
Greater Glorieta Regional MDC Haloacetic acid (ug/L) 0.01 3 120
Greater Glorieta Regional MDC Radium (pCi/L) 0.04 5 120
Greater Glorieta Regional MDC Tetrachloroethylene (ug/L) 0.25 80 120
Greater Glorieta Regional MDC Trichloroethylene (ug/L) 0.06 5 120
Greater Glorieta Regional MDC Trihalomethane (ug/L) 8.00 30 120
Greater Glorieta Regional MDC Uranium (ug/L) 7.17 5 120
La Bajada MDWCA Arsenic (ug/L) 7.50 10 40
La Bajada MDWCA Atrazine (ug/L) 0.05 10 40
La Bajada MDWCA Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP) (ug/L) 0.03 6 40
La Bajada MDWCA Haloacetic acid (ug/L) 0.02 3 40
La Bajada MDWCA Radium (pCi/L) 0.05 5 40
La Bajada MDWCA Tetrachloroethylene (ug/L) 0.00 80 40
La Bajada MDWCA Trichloroethylene (ug/L) 0.04 5 40
La Bajada MDWCA Trihalomethane (ug/L) 4.00 30 40
La Bajada MDWCA Uranium (ug/L) 0.60 5 40
Las Campanas Water System Arsenic (ug/L) 1.67 10 400
Las Campanas Water System Atrazine (ug/L) 2.81 10 400
Las Campanas Water System Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP) (ug/L) 0.50 6 400
Las Campanas Water System Haloacetic acid (ug/L) 0.02 3 400
Las Campanas Water System Radium (pCi/L) 0.05 5 400
Las Campanas Water System Tetrachloroethylene (ug/L) 43.06 80 400
Las Campanas Water System Trichloroethylene (ug/L) 0.05 5 400
Las Campanas Water System Trihalomethane (ug/L) 1.17 30 400
Las Campanas Water System Uranium (ug/L) 0.37 5 400
Madrid Water Co-Op Arsenic (ug/L) 0.50 10 300
Madrid Water Co-Op Atrazine (ug/L) 0.05 10 300
Madrid Water Co-Op Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP) (ug/L) 0.50 6 300
Madrid Water Co-Op Haloacetic acid (ug/L) 0.01 3 300
Madrid Water Co-Op Radium (pCi/L) 0.05 5 300
Madrid Water Co-Op Tetrachloroethylene (ug/L) 13.00 80 300
Madrid Water Co-Op Trichloroethylene (ug/L) 0.05 5 300
Madrid Water Co-Op Trihalomethane (ug/L) 0.75 30 300
Madrid Water Co-Op Uranium (ug/L) 0.38 5 300
Ranchitos De Galisteo WUA Arsenic (ug/L) 0.50 10 90
Ranchitos De Galisteo WUA Atrazine (ug/L) 0.05 10 90
Ranchitos De Galisteo WUA Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP) (ug/L) 0.30 6 90
Ranchitos De Galisteo WUA Haloacetic acid (ug/L) 0.10 3 90
Ranchitos De Galisteo WUA Radium (pCi/L) 0.05 5 90
Ranchitos De Galisteo WUA Tetrachloroethylene (ug/L) 0.00 80 90
Ranchitos De Galisteo WUA Trichloroethylene (ug/L) 0.05 5 90
Ranchitos De Galisteo WUA Trihalomethane (ug/L) 7.00 30 90
Ranchitos De Galisteo WUA Uranium (ug/L) 0.72 5 90
Rio Chiquito MDWCA Arsenic (ug/L) 2.00 10 130
Rio Chiquito MDWCA Atrazine (ug/L) 0.56 10 130
Rio Chiquito MDWCA Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP) (ug/L) 0.03 6 130
Rio Chiquito MDWCA Haloacetic acid (ug/L) 0.02 3 130
Rio Chiquito MDWCA Radium (pCi/L) 0.05 5 130
Rio Chiquito MDWCA Tetrachloroethylene (ug/L) 0.06 80 130
Rio Chiquito MDWCA Trichloroethylene (ug/L) 0.04 5 130
Rio Chiquito MDWCA Trihalomethane (ug/L) 7.00 30 130
Rio Chiquito MDWCA Uranium (ug/L) 2.41 5 130
Santa Fe County South Sector Arsenic (ug/L) 1.67 10 7,000
Santa Fe County South Sector Atrazine (ug/L) 2.81 10 7,000
Santa Fe County South Sector Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP) (ug/L) 0.50 6 7,000
Santa Fe County South Sector Haloacetic acid (ug/L) 0.02 3 7,000
Santa Fe County South Sector Radium (pCi/L) 0.05 5 7,000
Santa Fe County South Sector Tetrachloroethylene (ug/L) 44.54 80 7,000
Santa Fe County South Sector Trichloroethylene (ug/L) 0.05 5 7,000
Santa Fe County South Sector Trihalomethane (ug/L) 1.17 30 7,000
Santa Fe County South Sector Uranium (ug/L) 0.37 5 7,000
Santa Fe County West Sector Arsenic (ug/L) 1.67 10 2,690
Santa Fe County West Sector Atrazine (ug/L) 2.81 10 2,690
Santa Fe County West Sector Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP) (ug/L) 0.50 6 2,690
Santa Fe County West Sector Haloacetic acid (ug/L) 0.02 3 2,690
Santa Fe County West Sector Radium (pCi/L) 0.05 5 2,690
Santa Fe County West Sector Tetrachloroethylene (ug/L) 44.14 80 2,690
Santa Fe County West Sector Trichloroethylene (ug/L) 0.05 5 2,690
Santa Fe County West Sector Trihalomethane (ug/L) 1.14 30 2,690
Santa Fe County West Sector Uranium (ug/L) 0.33 5 2,690
Santa Fe Water System (City Of) Arsenic (ug/L) 1.67 10 78,000
Santa Fe Water System (City Of) Atrazine (ug/L) 2.81 10 78,000
Santa Fe Water System (City Of) Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP) (ug/L) 0.50 6 78,000
Santa Fe Water System (City Of) Haloacetic acid (ug/L) 0.02 3 78,000
Santa Fe Water System (City Of) Radium (pCi/L) 0.05 5 78,000
Santa Fe Water System (City Of) Tetrachloroethylene (ug/L) 43.32 80 78,000
Santa Fe Water System (City Of) Trichloroethylene (ug/L) 0.05 5 78,000
Santa Fe Water System (City Of) Trihalomethane (ug/L) 1.17 30 78,000
Santa Fe Water System (City Of) Uranium (ug/L) 0.37 5 78,000
Solacito MDWCA Arsenic (ug/L) 7.00 10 35
Solacito MDWCA Atrazine (ug/L) 0.05 10 35
Solacito MDWCA Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP) (ug/L) 0.03 6 35
Solacito MDWCA Haloacetic acid (ug/L) 0.02 3 35
Solacito MDWCA Radium (pCi/L) 0.04 5 35
Solacito MDWCA Tetrachloroethylene (ug/L) 0.40 80 35
Solacito MDWCA Trichloroethylene (ug/L) 0.06 5 35
Solacito MDWCA Trihalomethane (ug/L) 8.00 30 35
Solacito MDWCA Uranium (ug/L) 0.24 5 35
Sunlit Hills Water System Arsenic (ug/L) 3.00 10 978
Sunlit Hills Water System Atrazine (ug/L) 3.24 10 978
Sunlit Hills Water System Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP) (ug/L) 0.03 6 978
Sunlit Hills Water System Haloacetic acid (ug/L) 0.02 3 978
Sunlit Hills Water System Radium (pCi/L) 0.05 5 978
Sunlit Hills Water System Tetrachloroethylene (ug/L) 0.00 80 978
Sunlit Hills Water System Trichloroethylene (ug/L) 0.10 5 978
Sunlit Hills Water System Trihalomethane (ug/L) 7.67 30 978
Sunlit Hills Water System Uranium (ug/L) 0.77 5 978
Tesuque MDWCA Arsenic (ug/L) 0.50 10 370
Tesuque MDWCA Atrazine (ug/L) 0.24 10 370
Tesuque MDWCA Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP) (ug/L) 0.50 6 370
Tesuque MDWCA Haloacetic acid (ug/L) 0.01 3 370
Tesuque MDWCA Radium (pCi/L) 0.04 5 370
Tesuque MDWCA Tetrachloroethylene (ug/L) 0.40 80 370
Tesuque MDWCA Trichloroethylene (ug/L) 0.06 5 370
Tesuque MDWCA Trihalomethane (ug/L) 3.00 30 370
Tesuque MDWCA Uranium (ug/L) 0.75 5 370
Data Sources: NM EPHT (2015).
1 MCL (Maximum Contaminant Level): standard set by EPA for drinking water quality.
Santa Fe
County
New Mexico United States Santa Fe/NM comparison * Santa Fe/US comparison * 10-year trend
% Population with BMI >30 18.7% 27.7% 28.9% lower lower -
% Population that currently smokes 16.5% 19.7% 17.5% lower similar no trend
Data Sources: BRFSS (2011-2015)
* County-level values represent the average of a range of likely values (defined here by 95% confidence intervals). State and national averages are compared to county-level values using these confidence intervals. 'Similar' indicates that the state or national averages fall within the county-level 95% confidence interval. 'Higher' indicates that state or national averages fall below the county-level 95% confidence interval. 'Lower' indicates that state or national averages are above the county-level 95% confidence interval.


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  • 10-year trends are determined using linear regression. Percentages can be interpreted as the rate of change over the most recent decade. For example, +2.5% indicates a rate of increase of 2.5% per decade, and -2.5% indicates a 2.5% rate of decrease per decade. Trends that were not statistically significant (p>0.05) appear as 'no trend'.
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