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Call fire headquarters at 575-528-3473 to schedule your class.
Open a records request. Contact the City Clerk’s Office at (575) 541-2115 or email@example.com with any questions.
Anyone may request public records by contacting the City Clerk’s Office in person, by mail, email or through the Records Request Portal.
All written requests are responded to pursuant to the New Mexico Inspection of Public Records Act. View the Inspection of Public Records Act and Guide (PDF) for more information.
Stop by the closest station to where you are planning to burn for your free permit. Permits are issued on the day they will be used and are a 1-day permit only. Valid only within the city limits.
No. It is best to allow the cat to come down on its own, generally when they get hungry.
Any fire station between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Call fire headquarters at 575-528-3473 to schedule a fire truck for your function.
Fire Department units are dispatched according to information received by the 911 operator. Firefighters are prepared to deal with the worst that could happen. In emergency services, we have learned that if we assume something is "simple" we can be horribly mistaken. Plus, we respond as fast as we can and try to be prepared for the worst. The winner in these situations will always be the citizen who needs help.
Sometimes several units are dispatched to the same incident. The first unit may have arrived on the scene, surveyed the situation and informed the dispatcher that the situation is under control. All other responding units could then be canceled and put back in service to receive another call. Most likely when you see an emergency vehicle go lights and siren through a red light and then slow down and turn off the emergency lights, they have been canceled from the call they were going on.