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Jemez Springs Bridge

I have it on good authority that they are starting the really inconvenient phase of replacing the bridge near the Jemez Springs ranger station today. Leave extra time to get through this area, especially as the local constabulary are expected to be ticketing.

John Fredlund

Hwy 4

Hwy 4 is open and passable. Still snow packed in spots but the highway dept is working those.

Sierra Los Pinos Snow Removal

Our SLPPOA contractor has been notified to plow and sand.
It should happen today.
Thanks for your patience.

NM 4 is still closed

According to, 4 is still closed east of SLP.

Update on Lawsuit Appeal

Update on the Lawsuit Appeal Filed by Suzanne Star.

The case has finally been submitted to a panel of judges for a decision. A final decision could still take a few months. See attached.

Roadway Parking Reminder and Congratulations

With the possibility of more winter storms, please take this as a friendly reminder to not park any vehicles on our main road right-of-ways and cul-de-sac turn around areas. It makes it very difficult for our snow removal contractor, Sandoval County, or the Volunteer Fire Dept. to pass a parked vehicle. Thanks ahead for your cooperation on this matter.

Congratulations! So far so good, knock on wood, we have not lost our main water storage due to a pipe freezing incident, considering this winter has been quite cold. Keep up the due diligence.

Hwy 4 closed just east of SLP.

We just saw that there are barriers up just past Trilobite. See NMROADS for up-to-date information.

NM 4 northbound and southbound from mile marker 0 to mile marker 46.
Closure on NM 4, Mile Marker 0-46 (San Ysidro @ US 550 to the Los Alamos County Line). Due to inclement weather. NO DETOUR IS AVAILIABLE. SEEK ALTERNATE ROUTE. This event will be updated as conditions change.

Post Date: 1/1/2019 6:17 AM
Update Date: 1/2/2019 3:14 AM
Expiration Date: unknown

Hwy 4 impassable

Hwy 4 is currently impassable starting at MM40. Plow trucks got stranded, so don't you try it!

Vallecitos Pile Burn

Ignitions were started today. Smoke will be visible west of SLP.

Jemez Ranger District to start Vallecitos piles burn Dec. 4

Santa Fe, NM—December 3, 2018. U.S. Forest Service fire managers on the Jemez Ranger District of the Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF) expect to begin ignitions on Vallecitos piles Dec. 4 through Dec. 14 to reduce the risk of high-severity wildfire.