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500 W. National Ave.
Suite 106
Las Vegas, NM 87701

(505) 425-2855
(505) 425-3607 fax

Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.


Employee Directory

Andrew Duran, Chief
Gina Marie Medina, Administrative Assistant

Mission Statement

The San Miguel Fire Department strives to provide the highest level of service to the residents of San Miguel County by valuing our volunteers and dedicating ourselves to excellence.


The San Miguel County Volunteer Fire Districts provide all risk services to the unincorporated areas of San Miguel County.  The Volunteers are dedicated to providing the highest level of FIRE/EMS response services possibe to the residents of San Miguel County.  This includes a wide variety of emergency services to any ever expanding and diverse population.  These services include fire supression, harzardous material mitigation, Emergency Medical Serices, rural search & rescue and fire prevention.  We continually strive for ways to better our services and meet the specialized needs of our residents.

    Volunteer Chiefs & Departments

 Cabo Lucero
Tim Nix, Chief
21 County Rd A29

 Conchas Fire
Ed Wright, Chief
442 Big Mesa Ave

 El Pueblo Fire
Daniel Garcia, Chief
75 NM Hifghway 484

 Gallinas Fire
Art Gonzales, Chief
26 NM Highway 65

 Ilfeld Fire
Patric Roy, Chief
87 County Road B43B

 La Placita Fire
Karen Baldi, Chief
1059 NM Highway 65

 Pecos Canyon Fire
Richard Ley, Chief
1640 NM Highway 63

 Sapello/Rociada Fire
James Casanova, Chief
423 NM Highway 94

 Sheridan Fire
Daniel Atencio, Chief
3327 Frontage Road 2116

 Tecolote Fire
Corey Pacheco, Chief
91 County Road B47A

 Rowe Fire
Doug Gonzales, Chief
196 Frontage Road 2116

 Trementina Fire
Martin Honegger, Chief
9 NM Highway 419



General Information

  • 12 active San Miguel County Fire Districts, 1 in planning stage
  • 10 active Fire Stations, 2 more in pre-building stage
  • 4 active sub-stations, 10 more in planning stage
  • Approximately 300 Volunteer Fire Fighter accross all Departments
  • 60 fire fighting units & 6 rescue units
  • 90% of calls are wild land fires
  • County EMS responds to calls along I-25
  • Handles 911 emergency calls in rural areas of the County