2022 Wildfires

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Last Updated: 8-19-2022

Apply for federal assistance

The Presidential Disaster Declaration Request has been approved. If you have sustained losses due to wildfires in the designated counties you can begin apply for assistance today. Visit https://www.disasterassistance.gov or call 1-800-621-3362 for the hearing and speech impaired.

Update per the State – While residents in all five affected counties can apply for disaster assistance, damage assessments can only be conducted in areas where wildfires are not ongoing. Lincoln and Valencia are currently the only counties not experiencing active fires.

How Can you Help?

There are many ways to help your fellow New Mexicans during this time of need. Follow the link below for information on where to

  • Donate funds,
  • Volunteer,
  • Where to drop off needed items
  • Provide agricultural/livestock support and more.

Full Service Debris Removal Program

This program allows all wildfire debris on residential properties in Mora and San Miguel Counties to be collected, safely removed, and properly disposed of by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers with no out of pocket costs to property owners.

 

Forms

  • Right of Entry Permit (English) (Español): Property owners who have lost residential buildings in Mora or San Miguel Counties should complete this form to opt in to the Full Service Debris Removal Program.
  • Opt-Out Form (English) (Español): Property owners who do not wish to participate in the Full Service Debris Removal Program should complete this form. Completing this form requires that property owners coordinate the proper disposal of wildfire debris on their property at their own time and expense.

 Additional Information

  • Full Service Debris Program Flyer (English) (Español): Learn more about the benefits of opting in to the Full Service Debris Removal Program.
  • Opt-Out Cleanup Standards (English) (Español): View required cleanup standards that property owners must meet if they decide to not participate in the Full Service Debris Removal Program.
  • Opt-Out Quick Guide (English) (Español): View an abbreviated list of cleanup standards that property owners must meet if they decide to not participate in the Full Service Debris Removal Program.
  • Videos (English) (Español): View videos introducing the program to impacted property owners.
  • Frequently Asked Questions (English) (Español): View frequently asked questions regarding the Full Service Debris Removal Program.

Ready. Set. Go.

The Ready, Set, Go! New Mexico program provides tips and tools to prepare for a wildfire emergency and create a personal action plan.

Evacuation Centers & Shelters

For a listing of evacuation centers please click the button below.

You've Evacuated. Now what?

Experiencing a destructive wildfire can be devastating. This guide was written to help New Mexico communities recover after wildfire. 

Helpful Resources

Please click the links below for information such as housing support, evacuating livestock, USDA program support etc.

Emergency Watershed Protection Program (EWP) Request for Assistance

Latest News & Executive Orders

To view the latest news releases and executive orders please visit the 2022 wildfire newsroom.

Proper Permits Needed Before Rebuilding

FEMA Fact Sheet: June 13, 2022DR-4652-NM FS 018 Proper Permits Needed Before Rebuilding One of the first places New Mexico residents should visit before rebuilding is the local authority that issues building permits. It usually takes about four working days to process...

Wildfire season is here. Pack a go-bag and keep it Near!

With the 2022 wildfire season off to an early start in New Mexico, it is vital to have an emergency kit and an Evacuation plan in place for you and your family

Whether you live in the wildland-urban interface or in a rural area in the mountains, communication is key during wildfire season. Be sure to register with your local government’s emergency management office for text or email notifications and connect with your county or city’s social media. The Ready, Set, Go! New Mexico program provides tips and tools to prepare for a wildfire emergency and create a personal action plan.

 

Ready - Get Ready

  • Create a family disaster plan that includes meeting locations and communication plans and rehearse it regularly. Include the evacuation of large animals, such as horses, in your plan.
  • Put together an emergency supply kit or go-bag. The NM Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management’s Preparedness Guide is a good resource for items to include. Keep an extra kit in your vehicle. Don’t forget important family documents like birth certificates, wills, deeds and insurance policies.

The 6 Ps checklist:

  • People and pets
  • Papers, phone numbers and important documents
  • Prescriptions, vitamins and eyeglasses
  • Pictures and irreplaceable memorabilia
  • Personal computer hard drive and disks
  • “Plastic” (credit cards, ATM cards) and cash

Set – Be Prepared to Go

  • Monitor fire weather conditions and fire status. See inciweb.nwcg.gov and nmfireinfo.com. Stay tuned to local TV and radio stations for updates and check official information sources on the internet
  • Have an evacuation plan for your family and pets in place, and make sure all family members have a copy of evacuation and contact information.
  • Load your supplies and go-bags in your vehicle.

Go – Act Early, Evacuate

  • Do not wait to be advised to leave if there is a possible threat to your home or evacuation route. Leave early enough to avoid being caught in fire, smoke or road congestion. If you are advised to leave by local authorities, do not hesitate. If you don’t follow the Go order, understand that emergency services may not be able to assist you.
  • Head to a predetermined location in a low-risk area, such as a relative’s house, Red Cross shelter or evacuation center, motel or school. Identify several routes in case your first choice is closed due to the fire.

Calf Canyon & Hermit’s Peak Fires (Mora, Taos, Colfax, & San Miguel County)

General Information

Calf Canyon – FEMA-5438-FM-NM
(Mora County – EO 2022-021)
Hermit’s Peak – FEMA-5431-FM-NM
(San Miguel County – EO 2022-017)

Complex Fire – Calf Canyon Merged INTO Hermit’s Peak

Acres: 340,980
Growth in acres over prior day: 20,485
Cause: Under investigation
Containment: 72%
Growth over prior day: +2%
Start Date: April 19, 2022
Location: Located near Gallinas Canyon
Fuels: Mixed conifer
Counties affected: San Miguel, Santa Fe, Mora, Taos, Colfax

Public Meeting: A virtual public informational meeting will be held every M-W-F at 6:00 pm on the Santa Fe National Forest Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/santafeNF

Additional Info

Evacuation Centers & Shelters - Click Here
  • Gloritea Camp, 11 State Route 50 –  Red Cross will be at the Glorieta Camp shelter to distibute emergency supplies daily 1000 to 1800
  • Old Memorial Middle School, 947 Old National Rd. Las Vegas – Evacuees will be relocated to the Glorieta Camp and Red River Conference Center
  • Taos County Sherriff’s Posse Arena, 230 Camino de la Merced
  • Penasco High School gym, 13 Old School Rd.
  • Pecos High School, NM-63 (on Standby)
  • Raton Community Center, 901 S 3rd Street
  • Juan Gonzales Agriculture Center (Taos), 202 Chamisa Rd. – Small household pets accepted
  • Red River Conference Center, 101 W River St.
  • Genoveva Chavez Community Center,3221 Rodeo Rd.
  • Taos Youth and Family Center. 407 Paseo del Canon (Standby)
  • Santa Rosa Convention Center, 1085 Blue Hole Road (Standby)

Livestock - Click Here
  • Zamora Trail Event Center, #1 Santa Fe Trail Event Center, Las Vegas
  • Taos Sheriff’s Pose Arean, 230 Camino de la Merced, Taos
  • Santa Fe Fairgrounds and Rodeo Grounds, 3229 Rodeo Rd., Santa Fe – Large and Companion
  • Spring Rodeo Grounds, 16 Airport Rd. Springer
  • Expo New Mexico, 300 San Pedro Dr. NE, Albuquerque
  • Rio Arriba Rural Events Center, Building 122a off HWY. 554, Medanales
  • Pecos Arena, 204 S Main St. Pecos
  • Santa Fe Downs, 27475 W Frontage Rd. available for livesotck, pets, RV’s and tents (standby)
Calf Canyon Fire and Hermit Peak Fire Information - Click Here

Office hours are 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM
E-mail Address: 2022.calfcanyon@firenet.gov
Phone: 505-356-2636

Smoke - Click Here

The Las Vegas area will see moderate to unhealthy for sensitive group (USG) air quality (AQ) in the morning, especially in drainages. Becoming moderate mid-morning into afternoon as gusty southwest winds mix the environment. More smoke expected late evening into overnight as smoke drains into the valley. Mora will have moderate to USG smoke in the area early, becoming
moderate mid-morning into early afternoon, switching to moderate to USG mid to late afternoon. AQ around Rociada, Pendaries, Buena Vista, and Sapello today should range from USG to unhealthy as fire activity and winds increase.

Structures Lost - Click Here

San Miguel County Sheriff’s Office reports 277 Structures have been lost in the fire including 166 homes.

No Drone Zone - Click Here

Temporary flight restrictions (TFR) are in place over the fire areas. The TFR also covers unmanned aircraft, or drones. If a private drone intrudes into the fire area, it will require a pause in all air operations and impede firefighting progress, putting firefighters at greater risk.

Road Closures - Click Here
  • Mora:
    • NM 518 has been fully reopened
    • NM 121 is close between mile markers 0 (Jct. at 518) to 8
    • NM 65 is closed at mile post 15 (El Porvenir)
    • NM 223 is closed at mile post 2 (entrance to Crow Creek and upper/Lower Colonias)
    • NM 63 is closed at mile post 7(Monastery Lake)

Residents are advised to be cautious during repopulation as fire personnel and fire apparatuses are still present.  For additional information, you can call the Fire information Line at 505-356-2636.

  • Road closures manned by NMSP:
    • SR 518 MP 42
    • SR 434 MP 19
    • SR 434 MP 24
    • SR 223 MP 2
    • SR 518 & SR 75
    • SR 63 MP 7
    • SR 518 & SR 73

The NMDOT wants to remind all motorists that these routes are available for evacuation only, ne re-entry is allowed.

  • San Miguel: 
    • N.M. 518 is closed between mile posts 36 (Junction of N.M. 518 and N.M. 121) and 58 (Rock Wall).  N.M. 276 is closed at mile post 0, N.M. 65 is closed at mile post 15.  N.M. 223 is closed at mile post 2 (Entrace to Crow Creek and Upper/Lower Colonias). NM 63 is closed at mile post 7 (Monestery Lake)
  • National Fores Closed
    • Santa Fe National Forest Pecos/Lan Vegas Ranger District, Stage 2 closure
    • Carson National Forest Camino Real Ranger District, State 3 closure

Cooks Peak Fire (Colfax & Mora County)

General Information

FEMA-5437-FM-NM
(Colfax County EO 2022-019)
(Mora County EO 2022-021)

Acres: 59,359
Cause: Under investigation
Containment: 97%
Start Date: April 17, 2022
Location: North of Ocate NM, approximately 46 miles north of Las Vegas, NM
Fuels: Grass, pinon, juniper, ponderosa pine, and mixed conifer
Personnel: 368
Structures Threatened: 
Yes
Structures burned:
 No

Counties affected: Mora and Colfax

Additional Info

Evacuation Centers & Shelters - Click Here
  • Old Memorial Middle School, 947 Old National Rd. Las Vegas. Evacuees will be relocated to the Glorieta Camp and Red River Conference Center.
  • Glorieta Camp, 11 State Route 50
  • Raton Community Center, 901 S 3rd Street
  • Raton Convention Center (Standby)
  • Juan Gonzales Agriculture Center. 202 Chamisa Rd. Small household pets accepted
  • Penasco High School gym, 13 Old School Rd. – Melissa Sandoval 575-779-3057
  • Red River Convention Center, 101 W River St.
  • Taos Youth and Family Center. 407 Paseo del Canon (Standby)
  • Pecos High School, NM-63 (Standby)
  • Genoveva Chavez Community Center, 3221 Rodeo Road

Livestock - Click Here
  • Santa Fe Downs available for livestock, pets, RV’s and tents
  • Zamora Arena in Las Vegas for livestock sheltering
  • Taos Rodeo Grounds, contact Livestock Inspector Ruben Baca 505-770-1490
Smoke - Click Here

Impacts from smoke will be minimal over the next couple of days due to favorable wind directions, and lack of activity on the Cooks Peak Fire. Smoke from other fires in the region will cause air quality to remain in the Moderate range today, improving to “Good” on Wednesday as winds veer to the west. Occasional blowing dust may affect Interstate 25 from Wagon Mound to Springer, and northward through this evening.

Road Closures - Click Here
  • NM Highway 120 at mile marker 26 to 3 miles west of Ocate and State Road 21 from Polo Ranch to Cimarron only open to local traffic

Cerro Pelado (Sandoval County)

General Information

(Sandoval County EO 2022-025)

Acres: 45,605
Cause: Under investigation
Containment: 92%
Start Date: April 22, 2022
Location: Sandoval
Fuels: Ponderosa pine and mixed conifer
Personnel: 558

County affected: Sandoval

Additional Info

Evacuation Centers & Shelters - Click Here
  • Genoveva Chavez Community Center, 3221 Rodeo Rd.
  • Jemez Mountain Baptist Church, 6 Riverview Court, Jemez Springs, New Mexico, 575-829-4475 (Standby)
  • Bernalillo Shelter Trailer on site of Baptist Church Grounds
Livestock - Click Here
  • Zamora Trail Event Center, #1 Santa Fe Trail Event Center, Las Vegas
  • Taos Sheriff’s Pose Arena, 230 Camino de la Merced, Taos
  • Santa Fe Fairgrounds and Rodeo Grounds, 3229 Rodeo Rd., Santa Fe – Large and Companion
  • Springer Rodeo Grounds, 16 Airport Rd. Springer
  • Expo New Mexico, 300 San Pedro Dr. NE, Albuquerque
  • Rio Arriba Rural Events Center, Building 122A off Hwy. 554, Medanales
  • Pecos Arena, 104 S Main St., Pecos
  • Santa Fe Downs, 27475 W Frontage Rd. available for livestock, pets, RV’s and tents (Standby)
  • Sandoval County Sheriff’s Posse Arena at 1043 Rodeo Lane, Bernalillo (Standby)
Road Closures - Click Here
  • Highway 4 is now open to local traffic only

McBride (Lincoln County)

General Information

FEMA-5432-FM-NM
EO 2022-020

Acres: 6,159
Cause: Under investigation
Containment: 95%
Start Date: April 12, 2022
Location: Gavilan Canyon within the Village of Ruidoso
Fuels: Timber, brush, grasses
Structures Lost: 207 primary structures and multiple outbuildings
Fatalities: 2 citizens

Additional Info

Salvation Army

Salvation Army has opened a Salvation Army Family Center at the Ruidoso Community Center for evacuees to get food, clothing and supplies. Survivors can call 575-257-4565 for more information.

River Crossing Ministries

River Crossing Ministries assisting those affected with water and supplies. River Crossing Ministries, 1950 Sudderth Dr, Ruidoso

Gateway Church of Christ Christian Services

Gateway Church of Christ Christian Services assisting those affected by distributing food, clothing and supplies. Gateway Church of Christ Christian Services, 415 Sudderth Dr, Ruidoso

Water (Grant County)

Acres: 765
Cause: Under investigation
Containment: 60%
Start Date: April 29, 2022
Location: One mile west of East Canyon on Skillet Mesa in the Gila National Forest. Nearest community is Mimbres, which is 20-30 miles away.

Skiles 429 (Union County)

Acres: 1,312
Cause: Under investigation
Containment: 90%
Start Date: April 29, 2022
Location: NE of Clayton 3 miles west of the Oklahoma border
Fuels: pinon-juniper, and grass
Evacuations: 25 people have been evacuated in Oklahoma due to state line encroachment.

Nogal Canyon {Lincoln County}

FEMA-5433-FM-NM
(Lincoln County – EO 2022-020)

Acres: 412
Cause: Downed power lines
Containment100%
Start Date: April 12, 2022
Location: Nogal canyon, west of Capitan
Fuels: Ponderosa pine, pinon, and juniper, grasses
Structures Lost: 6 primary structures, 8 outbuildings

 

Big Hole (Valencia County)

FEMA-5430-FM-NM
(Valencia County – EO 2022-018)

Acres: 890
Cause: Under investigation
Containment100%
Start Date: April 11, 2022
Location: Belen Bosque North of River Road
Fuels: Bosque
Structures Lost: 1 primary structures & 18 multiple outbuildings

 

 

Mitchell (Harding County)

Acres: 25,000
Cause: Under investigation
Containment100%
Start Date: April 22, 2022
Location: Highway 39 mile marker 42, east of Mosquero
Fuels: pinon-juniper, and grass

House (Curry County)

Acres: 6,000
Cause: Under investigation
Containment100%
Start Date: April 29, 2022
Location: W of Clovis near House NM

Simona (Valencia County)

Acres: 165
Cause: Under investigation
Containment100%
Start Date: April 20, 2022
End Date: April 24, 2022
Location: Near Jarales Road and Highway 346, Valencia County
Fuels: bosque, grass

Black Fire (Catron, Grant, Sierra County)

Acres: 324,132
Containment: 50%
Personnel: 777
Growth in acres over prior day: 12,440
Growth in containment over prior day: +3%
Evacuations: Yes
Shelter use: None
County affected: Catron, Grant, Sierra
Location: Gila National Forest Wilderness, 31 miles NW of Truth or Consequences

Biggs Fire (Lincoln County)

Acres: 7,110 acres
Growth in acres over prior day: 0
Containment: 72% Contained
Evacuations: NO none expected
County affected: Lincoln
Structured Threatened: 0

Bear Trap (Socorro County)

Acres: 38,225
Containment: 90%
Personnel: 558 personnel
Growth in acres over prior day: 0
Growth in containment over prior day: +8%
Evacuations: No
Shelter use: None
County affected: Socorro

Cerro Bandera Fire – Rhyolite Road near Highway 53 in Cibola County

Acres: 300
Containment: 0%
Growth in acres over prior day: 0
Growth in containment over prior day: 0%
Evacuations: Yes
Shelter use: none
County affected: Cibola

Sixty-Six Fire – Carnuel east of Albuquerque

Acres: 30 (GPS mapping taking place later today)
Containment: 0% (Incident Command updating at noon today)
Growth in acres over prior reporting period: 0
Growth in containment over prior reporting period: 0%
Evacuations: Lifted late last night
Shelter use: None
County affected: Bernalillo

Midnight Fire

Acres: 3,944
Containment: 69%
Growth in acres over prior reporting period: 952
Growth in containment over prior reporting period: 69%
Evacuations: Yes
Shelter use: None
Counties affected: Rio Arriba County
Location: 4.5 miles north of El Rito on the Carson National Forest

 

 

Agricultural & Livestock Resources

Request Escort to check on Livestock

If you need an escort to check on livestock, animals etc., you should call the New Mexico State Police Dispatch Office in Las Vegas at 505-425-6771. The Dispatcher will take the information and coordinate with personnel in the field to schedule a time if it is safe.

Agricultural Resources

To locate missing livestock:

Livestock owners who are missing livestock – or who are unsure whether their animals are located where they are supposed to be – should contact either the New Mexico Livestock Board at 505-841-6161 or their county sheriff’s office. Livestock owners may also call their local New Mexico Livestock Board Inspector directly.

For help sheltering companion animals/pets:

Contact Marshal Wilson:  575-339-5035

For help evacuating livestock:

Contact State Police Dispatch:  505-425-6771

To request feed for livestock:

Contact State Police Dispatch:  505-425-6771

*PLEASE NOTE: Individuals requesting feed MUST be impacted by the wildfires.

To locate your New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service county office:
To Register for a Farm Number with USDA

Register for a farm number. This is required to participate in USDA programs.

USDA Farm Service Agency Otero, San Miguel and Socorro County Offices
All offices are open Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

OTERO COUNTY FARM SERVICE AGENCY

3501 MESA VILLAGE DRIVE
ALAMOGORDO, NM 88310
(575) 437-3100 

SAN MIGUEL COUNTY FARM SERVICE AGENCY
1927 A 7TH ST
LAS VEGAS, NM 87701
(505) 425-3594 ext. 2

 

SOCORRO COUNTY FARM SERVICE AGENCY
103 NEEL AVE
SOCORRO, NM 87801-4647
(575) 835-1710 ext. 2

USDA Recovery Programs

If your agricultural operation has been impacted by wildfire: USDA offers programs that can help with recovery as well as those that can help you manage risk on your operation:

Hay Hotline

Livestock producers impacted by wildfires face a challenge of finding sources of forage. This hay and pasture contact page was created so landowners and those with hay for sale may list what might be available. The goal is to establish a one-stop shop for the convenience of both New Mexico producers and those who have supplies. 

If you work in the agriculture industry and are experiencing mental health challenges or suicidal thoughts: Here to Help NM
https://www.nmflb.org/Get-Involved/Here-To-Help-NM

Request Livestock & Agricultural Support

Animal Shelter Locations

Location  Address Type Status
Santa Fe Fairgrounds and Rodeo Grounds 3229 Rodeo Road Santa Fe, NM 87505 Large, Companion Active
Santa Fe Downs 27475 W Frontage Rd Santa Fe, NM 87507 Large Active
Expo NM 300 San Pedro Dr NE, Albuquerque, NM 87108 Large, Companion, People Active
Zamora Trail Event Center #1 Santa Fe Trail Event Center Dr Large Active
Springer Rodeo Grounds 16 Airport Rd, Springer, NM 87747 Large Active
Taos Sherriffs Posee Arena 230 Camino de la Merced, Taos, NM 87571 Large Active
Rio Arriba Rural Events Center Building 122A off HWY 554. Large Active
Pecos Arena 104 S Main St Pecos, NM 87552 Large Active

Helpful Resources

After Wildfire Resource Guide

Experiencing a destructive wildfire can be devastating. This guide was written to help New Mexico communities recover after wildfire. It includes information on how to mobilize your community, a list of resources available to communities and individuals for assistance, and a technical guide with information about post-fire treatments to address the catastrophic effects of a wildfire on the land and to prepare for potential flooding. If you are reading this guide before a wildfire occurs, use it to help you plan ahead. This guide is intended to provide useful information during this difficult time, and to start you on the road to recovery.

General Resources

HELP NM – provides financial assistance to those who lack a fixed or inadequate residence and currently reside in a shelter, transitional housing or hotel.

NM Crisis and Access Line – Professional counselors and peer support.

NM Children Youth and Families Department – provides an array of prevention, intervention, rehabilitative and after-care services to New Mexico children and their families.

Emergency Watershed Protection Program (EWP) Request for Assistance

Potential Federal Resources

In anticipation of a potential federal disaster declaration due to the fires that have occurred in New Mexico, the following FEMA information are examples of programs that might be available should a federal disaster declaration be envoked. If and when a Federal disaster declaration is granted, then this information would be applicable.

  • FEMA Individual Assistance Program
    FEMA Individual Assistance Program provides assistance to individuals and households through financial and direct services to eligible individuals and households affected by a disaster, who have uninsured or underinsured necessary expenses and serious needs. FEMA Individual Assistance Program and Policy Guide.
     
  • Public Assistance Grant Programs
    FEMA’s Public Assistance Program provides supplemental grants to state, tribal, territorial and local governments, and certain types of private non-profits so communities can quickly respond and recover from major disasters or emergencies. FEMA encourages the protection of these damaged facilities from future events by providing assistance for hazard mitigation measures during the recovery process. For additional information, please refer to the FEMA Public Assistance Program and Policy Guide.

How can I help?

HelpNM.com

HelpNM.com helps provide voucher’s for food, shelter etc. to individuals that have been affected by the wildfires.

AllTogetherNM.org

Help our neighbors across New Mexico who have been affected by recent wildfire disasters. Grants from the All Together NM Fund will go to emergency shelter, food and water distribution, and access to medical support. 

Salvation Army

As we continue to struggle through natural disasters that uproot families, we find courage and strength in love. Please join our effort to put love above all else by supporting local families in need.

American Red Cross

The best way to provide immediate relief to your neighbors facing emergency situations is through a monetary donation.

Agricultural & Livestock Assitance

To assist agricultural producers with the purchase and delivery of feed and infrastructure needs required to care for displaced livestock

New Mexico Cattlegrowers’ Association Producer Relief Fund:
https://store7323095.ecwid.com/#!/Producer-Relief-Fund/p/462590219/category=129332251

Donate by Mail:
NMCGA
Attn: Producer Relief Fund
PO Box 7517
Albuquerque, NM 87194

Checks Payable to: NMCGA
Memo: Producer Relief Fund

To volunteer holding pens, trucks, trailers or time:

Call New Mexico Cattlegrowers’ Association: 505-247-0584

As the Hermit’s Peak and Calf Canyon fire continues to grow, NMCGA is asking members that are willing to volunteer holding pens, trucks, trailers or their time to please let the office know. Members that volunteer will be put on a short list by office staff and will be only contacted in the event that immediate need is requested by those in the path of the fire.

To donate funds to purchase hay

New Mexico Farm & Livestock Bureau created the Cares Relief Fund. All donations will go directly to farmers, ranchers and those in rural communities who have lost so much:

https://www.nmflb.org/Get-Involved/CARES

You can donate through PayPal here https://www.paypal.com/us/home, using this email address nmfires@nmflb.org

Items to Donate

If you would like to purchase items for a donation drive, the best items are toiletries and bathroom items. Clothes are not needed unless they are new. 

  • Toothbrushes
  • Toothpaste
  • Shampoo/Conditioner
  • Combs/Brushes
  • Razors
  • Shaving Cream
  • Sunscreen
  • Lotion
  • Chap Stick
  • Towels
  • Wash cloths 

Additional items: 

  • Diapers/wipes
  • Water
  • Dog carriers/portable kennels

Where to Drop Donated Items

Santa Fe Office
2000 St. Michael’s Drive
Santa Fe, NM 87505

Espanola Office
410 B Paseo De Onate
Espanola, NM 87532

Raton Office
1115 South Second Street
Raton, NM 87740

Albuquerque Office
615 1st Street NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102

Rio Rancho Office
4000 Southern Blvd SE
Rio Rancho, NM 87124