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Fires and evacuation information

Find fire information for Hermit’s Peak and Calf Creek, including links to evacuation instructions and shelters.

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Fire information from NIFC- includes evacuation map, fire status

To receive text alerts for San Miguel County, text SMCNOTIFY to 67283.


High resolution ARCGIS evacuation map: This map actually gets to street level.
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Ready, Set, Go evacuation status updates:
https://nmfireinfo.com/

NM Fire Information book on how to evacuate:
Ready Set Go! Your Personal Wildland Fire Action Guide
Learn about safe and timely evacuation during a wildfire, how to prepare for an evacuation, and create your own action plan.

New Facebook page dedicated to  Hermit’s Peak /Calf Canyon fires:
Regular updates on fire progressions, evacuation zones.
https://www.facebook.com/CalfCanyonHermitsPeak

San Miguel County fire information:
https://sites.google.com/co.sanmiguel.nm.us/hermits-peak-calf-canyon-fire/home

Evacuation information:

To receive text alerts for San Miguel County, text SMCNOTIFY to 67283.

Check frequently with the San Miguel County Sheriff’s Office on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/smcso.nm

San Miguel County Sheriff’s Office web page has fire and other emergency updates: https://co.sanmiguel.nm.us/

New Facebook page dedicated to  Hermit’s Peak /Calf Canyon fires:
Regular updates on fire progressions, evacuation zones.
https://www.facebook.com/CalfCanyonHermitsPeak

Taos County fire information: https://taoscounty.org/437/Wildfire-Evacuation-Information

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Evacuation shelters

To receive text alerts for San Miguel County, text SMCNOTIFY to 67283.
News releases and Ready, Set, Go evacuation status updates: https://nmfireinfo.com/

Glorieta Adventure Camps: 11 NM-50, Glorieta, NM 87535
Josh Nelson at 505-757-6161, ext. 713.
As of 5/5, walk-ins available. We are advised that this weekend could mean evacuees will need to call first.


Peñasco High School gym, 13 School Road, Peñasco.
Contact Melissa Sandoval at 575-779-3057
Hosting evacuees indoors as well as those with campers.


Red River Convention Center, 101 West River St., Red River NM 87558
Phone 575-754-1708
Okay to call first, but walk-ins are welcome. Shelter only; best to bring your own food if possible but other arrangements can be made. Cots and blankets available.


San Miguel County Evacuation Shelter, Old Memorial Middle School (MMS), 947 Old National Road.
No active phone number as of 5/5/22.


San Miguel County Public Works in Las Vegas
Phone 505-652-8728
For those not comfortable in shelters, the site at 10 Airport Road offers temporary campsites for vehicles and tents — you must bring your own gear and supplies. They have two porta-potties. No reservations needed at this point.


City of Santa Fe: Genoveva Chavez Center
3221 Rodeo Rd., Santa Fe, NM 87507
(Excerpted from City of Santa Fe announcement, 5/09/22)

… The City of Santa Fe and the American Red Cross have prepared the Genoveva Chavez Community Center (GCCC) as a temporary shelter for evacuees escaping the threats posed by regional fires.

The American Red Cross has established operations there in case the shelter capacity is needed. The region is currently under a Red Flag Warning of extreme danger.

The public is advised that no donations of any kind will be accepted at the GCCC. 

The Governor has approved sheltering in state parks and waived the rate for those displaced by fire. Patrons show proof of address to the ranger to have the fee waived.

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