Welcome

Our mission is to provide binational solutions to issues that arise during the application of United States - Mexico treaties regarding boundary demarcation, national ownership of waters, sanitation, water quality, and flood control in the border region.

About Us

The U.S. Section of the International Boundary and Water Commission (USIBWC), headed by Commissioner Edward Drusina, is a federal government agency and the U.S. component of the International Boundary and Water Commission (IBWC), which applies the boundary and water treaties of the United States and Mexico and settles differences that may arise in their application  More

U.S. IBWC Boundary Marker

EEO Data
Posted Pursuant to the No FEAR Act
2nd Qtr 2014: EEO Data pdf data

Freedom of Information Act
Find F.O.I.A. compliance information and procedures on how to request information from U.S. IBWC.

Flood Warning Notices
See Flood Warning Notices to the general public, all owners, lessees, licensees and users of lands in the border region.

Rio Grande Water Flows
Quick link to real time water flows of the Rio Grande

Suspected Fraud
For information on how to report suspected fraud and or to obtain IG reports, please visit:  www.oig.state.gov or 202-663-0340

Mexican Section of the IBWC
Visit the website of our counterpart, la Comisión Internacional de Límites y Aguas (CILA)

News and Press Releases
8/11/2014
Geotechnical Analysis Underway on Rio Grande Flood Control Levee

7/29/2014
Rio Grande Flood Control and Historical Sites Along the River on Agenda for August 13th Public Meeting in Mercedes, TX

7/10/2014
El Paso Drainage Issues, Rio Grande Water Quality, and Bird Hunting on Agenda For July 24th Public Meeting in El Paso, TX

6/30/2014
Unlikely Partners Join to Provide Water For The Environment

6/26/2014
Tijuana River and Alamar Arroyo Projects on Agenda For July 10th Public Meeting in Imperial Beach, CA

6/3/2014
June 19th Public Meeting in Bisbee, AZ to Discuss Border Water Issues

5/30/2014
Public Meeting in El Centro, CA to Discuss Colorado River Environmental Flow, Mexican Irrigation System Repairs and the Salton Sea

More Press Releases . . .