Federal government entity and sectorial authority responsible for establishing the necessary criteria and instruments to guarantee the protection, preservation, and use of natural resources, by developing an environmental policy that ensures sustainable growth.
Deconcentrated entity in charge of preserving national waters and related public assets, guaranteeing water availability in co-responsibility with state and municipal governments.
Offices of CONAGUA that administrate and preserve the national waters in each of the 13 hydrological regions in which the country is divided.
Offices of CONAGUA in charge of implementing its policies, strategies, programs and actions in the different states, in coordination with municipal and state agencies.
Decentralized entity of the Federal Government that determines new technologies to be used for water protection, and mechanisms to assign it efficiently and equally among the different users.
Local authorities that have the obligation to offer water supply and sewage services to the population, at a state and municipal level. According to the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States, the municipalities are responsible for providing public services associated to drinking water, drainage, sewage, water treatment, and disposal services.
The Federal Government created PROMAGUA to help in the structuring and financing of water projects by using PPP schemes. This Program is operated by FONADIN.
Decentralized public entity that is dedicated to facing national and regional challenges associated with water management and to outlining new approaches in technological research and development to protect the resource and allocate it efficiently and equitably among the different users.