September is National Preparedness Month

To help protect you and your family from both man-made and natural disasters, the folks at ready.gov have compiled crucial resources to help you prepare for wildfires, flash floods, large-scale attacks, and more.

In short: 1) make an emergency plan for your family, 2) sign up for emergency alerts, and 3) assemble a Go-Bag with water, non-perishable food, and other supplies. Planning ahead could save your family valuable seconds if you’re every faced with a disaster.

DHSEM Proudly Welcomes State Fire Marshal

We are excited to announce that beginning July 1, 2021, the State Fire Marshal’s Office is part of the DHSEM team!  We look forward to a strong partnership that works to keep New Mexicans safe.

Building a resilient new mexico

What’s happening right now:

Administrative Services

Response and Recovery

  • Operations
    • Communicaitons
      • RAVE
      • WebEOC
    • All Hazard Incident Management Team (AHIMT)
  • Recovery

Homeland Security

Active Procurement Opportunities

What’s happening in my region:

Constant State-Wide awareness for the people of new mexico

The New Mexico Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (DHSEM) website is designed to be the central source for information on the state’s homeland security and emergency management efforts and initiatives. 

Fire @ Ski Run Road

Mandatory Evacuation areas:
High County Lodge
All those evacuating (mandatory and voluntary) are being directed to the Convention Center in Ruidoso.

Be prepared for all hazards incidents in new mexico

The New Mexico Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (DHSEM) website is designed to be the central source for information on the state’s homeland security and emergency management efforts and initiatives. 

Severe Weather

Border Issues

Flash Floods

Power Outages

Active Shooter

Wild Fires