Fire Resource Hotline: 1-800-432-2080 Option #4

Resources & Support for New Mexicans Impacted by the Fires

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 invoked. If and when a Federal disaster declaration is granted, then this information would be applicable.

Emergency declarations for Colfax, Lincoln, San Miguel and Valencia

Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Friday signed executive orders declaring states of emergency in the counties of Colfax, Lincoln, San Miguel, and Valencia, making available funding and state resources for communities battling ongoing wildfires and recovering from recent wildfires.

Active Fires in New Mexico

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Latest News

All Together NM Fund coordinating donations for New Mexicans impacted by wildfires

Apr 26, 2022

SANTA FE – Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham announced on Tuesday that the All Together NM Fund is collecting donations for New Mexicans impacted by wildfires burning across the state. The funds will be distributed to affected New Mexico communities in coordination with…

Governor urges local restrictions on fireworks due to wildfires, drought conditions

Apr 25, 2022

SANTA FE – Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Monday signed an executive order urging New Mexico municipalities and counties to ban the retail sale of fireworks in their communities. The request for additional preventative action comes as numerous wildfires burn…

Governor signs emergency declarations for Colfax, Lincoln, San Miguel and Valencia counties

Apr 22, 2022

Declarations provide funding and other resources to support efforts related to wildfires SANTA FE – Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Friday signed executive orders declaring states of emergency in the counties of Colfax, Lincoln, San Miguel, and Valencia, making…

Active Fires in New Mexico

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Calf Canyon Fire

Calf Canyon Fire

San Miguel & Mora County

The Calf Canyon Fire is located on the Santa Fe National Forest in Gallinas Canyon along Hwy 65.

Resource Links:

For more information including evacuation information, announcements, closures and more, click the link below.

Cooks Peak Fire

Cooks Peak Fire

Colfax & Mora County

The Cooks Peak Fire is north of Ocate NM, approximately 46 miles north of Las Vegas, NM.

Resource Links:

For more information including evacuation information, announcements, closures and more, click the link below.

Cerro Pelado Fire

Cerro Pelado Fire

Sandoval County

The Cerro Pelado Fire is 7 miles east of Jemez Springs.

Resource Links:

For more information including evacuation information, announcements, closures and more, click the link below.

Water Fire

Water Fire

Grant County

The Water Fire is one mile west of East Canyon on Skillet Mesa in the Gila National Forest. Nearest community is Mimbres, which is 20-30 miles away.

Resource Links:

For more information including evacuation information, announcements, closures and more, click the link below.

McBride Fire

McBride Fire

Lincoln County

The McBride Fire is in Gavilan Canyon within the Village of Ruidoso.

Resource Links:

For more information including evacuation information, announcements, closures and more, click the link below.

Skiles 429 Fire

Skiles 429 Fire

Union County

The Skiles 429 Fire is NE of Clayton 3 miles west of the Oklahoma border.

For more information including evacuation information, announcements, closures and more, click the link below.

House Fire

Quay County

The House Fire is one mile west of East Canyon on Skillet Mesa in the Gila National Forest. Nearest community is Mimbres, which is 20-30 miles away.

Resources & Support

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.

Fire Consequence Resource Hotline

Call 1-800-432-2080 Option #4 for fire consequence resources.

2022 Wildfires Damage Assessment Form

This damage assessments form will help determine the magnitude of damage and impact of disasters. If you have been affected by one of the fires in New Mexico please click the link below and complete the form.