Santa Fe County Fire Department
The Santa Fe County Fire Department is a combination fire department that integrates both paid staff and the service of dedicated volunteers. Formed in 1997 from the consolidation of 15 volunteer fire districts and the former Office of the County Fire Marshal, the Department protects approximately 1900 square miles of unincorporated area as well as the incorporated Town of Edgewood. Within these borders,the Department provides protection to approximately 76,000 residents living in 27,500 occupied housing units, as well as several million square feet of commercial development. Santa Fe County is also home to four Pueblos – Nambe, Pojoaque, Tesuque, and San Ildefonso - which rely on the Santa Fe County Fire Department for emergency services.
The Department maintains 32 fire stations countywide including five staffed regional stations and one staffed substation, as well as an extensive inventory of 188 vehicles including fire and EMS response apparatus as well as command and support vehicles.
PROVIDING HIGH QUALITY FIRE, RESCUE AND EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES TO THE CITIZENS AND VISITORS OF SANTA FE COUNTY.
Fire Administration Headquarters
35 Camino Justicia, Santa Fe, NM 87508