What We Do
The Sandoval County Fire Department provides fire and emergency medical services through 8 Fire Districts, 20 Fire Stations, and approximately 280 career and volunteer firefighters and paramedics. We also work cooperatively with neighboring jurisdictions in Santa Fe County, City of Rio Rancho, Village of Corrales, Town of Bernalillo, Bernalillo County and City of Albuquerque to fight wild land fires and conduct rescue operations. If you need the Sandoval County Fire Department we’ll be there for you.
How We Serve You
The Sandoval County Fire Department works hard to protect and educate the people of Sandoval County. In addition to traditional fire fighting duties, the Fire Department also provides emergency medical services, controls burn restrictions, issues burning permits, handles emergency management services, and participates in the Rio Grande Basin Heavy Technical Rescue Team. All of our team members are dedicated to protecting the lives of Sandoval County residents.
SCFD News & Notices
FIREWORKS BAN: Effective Friday, June 8 and continuing until further notice, the Sandoval County Fire Department has issued a fireworks ban for the unincorporated areas of the County. For more details, click here.
BURNING BAN: Effective 11 a.m., Friday, April 13 and continuing until further notice, the Sandoval County Fire Department has issued a burn ban for the unincorporated areas of the County, and will no longer be issuing burning permits. For more details, click here.