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Local Department Locations

La Cueva VFD - Station 1 - La Cueva
122 Twisted Juniper

La Cueva VFD- Station 2 -Sierra Los Pinos
Forest Rd 10

Resource Numbers
Emergency: 911
Santa Fe Dispatch (non-emergency) 505-438-5600
Fire Control Sandoval County Dispatch (non-emergency) 1-800-898-2876 (option 2)
Fire Control Sandoval County Dispatch (non-emergency) 1-505-891-7226 (option 2)
La Cueva VFD - Station 1 - La Cueva, 122 Twisted Juniper, 829-3211
La Cueva VFD- Station 2 -Sierra Los Pinos, Forest Rd 10, 829-3292
Jemez Ranger District: 575-829-3535
Sandoval County Sheriff's Dispatch: 505-867-4581
Local and regional fire information
National Weather Service information (Jemez is in Zone 102)

What you need to know when calling 911

Do You Live North of Soda Dam?
If you live north of Soda Dam you need to know this: The La Cueva Fire and Rescue District comprises all communities north of Soda Dam along SR 4 to the Valles Caldera, and west along SR 126 from La Cueva to beyond Seven Springs. This includes Areas 1, 2 and 3, Hummingbird Music Camp, Camp Shaver, all La Cueva subdivisions, Thompson Ridge, Sierra los Pinos and Seven Springs.

If you call 911 to request Emergency Medical Services, remind them that you do not live in Jemez Springs district even though your mailing address is Jemez Springs. The Jemez Springs responders are responsible for the Village of Jemez Springs only.

The Sandoval County dispatchers receive information from the enhanced 911 system that tells them the address of the caller, but in our area we all have Jemez Springs addresses. Until the county gets a Geographic Information System to supplement the 911 system it is important to know what emergency response district you live in.

We want to give you the best response time we can and one way you can help ensure that is to request that the dispatcher page out the correct district.