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County Notices

Sandoval County Offices will be closed on Monday, May 30, in observance of Memorial Day. Normal business hours will resume on Tuesday, May 31.

The Board of County Commissioners will convene on June 8, 2022, at 5:00 p.m. for a closed session. Read Notice

The Board of County Commissioners will convene on June 10, 2022, at 9:00 a.m. to attend the Mid-Region Council of Governments 2022 Planning Commissioners Workshop. Read Notice

The Board of County Commissioners will convene to attend the New Mexico Counties 85th Annual Conference, from Monday, June 13, 2022 through Friday, June 17, 2022. Read Notice

The Board of County Commissioners will convene for daily updates on the Cerro Pelado Fire from April 25, 2022 until the fire is fully contained. Read Notice

The Sandoval County Probate Judge’s Office will be closed on Tuesdays and Thursdays due a staffing shortage.

Commission District Maps

County News

Roads Department Projects

       Road Projects for the week of 5/23/2022-5/27/2022

District 1:

  • Al Pie De La Loma / Camino De Las Piedras culvert installation project is on hold waiting on New Mexico Gas Co. to relocate their gas line.
  • Continue to apply recycled asphalt to the shoulders of Juniper Rd. from NM165 to Yucca Ln.
  • Blade various roads in the Placitas area.

 District 5:

  • Install fencing along County Road 11 (south end)
  • Continue with the Camino Del Rio Puerco culvert installation project and improvements.

*This is a tentative schedule and may change due to weather and down equipment.




Critter Corner

Seeking Fur-Ever Homes
Ava (8 year old spayed female white dalmatian mix) and Braulio (6 year old neutered APBT mix) are a bonded pair, low energy but still willing to go on walks or play in the backyard. If you are interested in this pair, please fill out an application and return that back to: or call 505-867-7642 and leave a message if you have any questions.
View Ava’s Adoption Page   /   View Braulio’s Adoption Page

Turbo is a sweet 8-year-old boy who still acts like a 2-year-old. He takes his toys very seriously and enjoys carrying them everywhere, like when greeting you, when walking, to go drink water, and even going potty.
View Turbo’s Adoption Page

Max is a 16-month-old male large mixed breed whose owner passed away and the family was not able to care for him and the other animals at the house. Max would likely do great with a family who has other active dogs who are 50lbs and up.
View Max’s Adoption Page

Happy is a very special dog in need of a very special owner. She came to us as a stray that was living at a local junkyard roaming freely. She is now happy and healthy and has made tremendous progress during her time with us.
View Happy’s Adoption Page

Free Flu Vaccines
The Sandoval County Public Health Office has free flu vaccines for adults and kids over 6 months. The best part, besides it being free, is you don’t need to make an appointment. Walk in or call for more information at 505-867-2291 Ext: 1709 or 1740.

The Sandoval County Health Commons is located at:
1500 Idalia Rd. NE Building B Bernalillo, NM.

Getting a flu vaccine can help children younger than 5, pregnant women, older adults, and people with health conditions like diabetes, heart disease, and asthma.

County Resources and Information

Labor Management Relations Board – View Amended Rules PDF

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Help fund for McBride Fire victims

Find out how you can help displaced victims of the McBride Fire by going to the Community Foundation of Lincoln County at: All of the money raised for the fire will be given back to the community.