What We Do
Sandoval County’s Community Services Division provides a wealth of invaluable services throughout the County, guided by our mission of improving quality of life by providing those we serve with access to health care and social services. Our Department’s workforce of nearly 100 employees and approximately 250 volunteers are proud to serve over 70% of the County’s residents on an annual basis, and we do this as among our greatest of honors.
How We Serve You
Stakeholder engagement, oversight, and transparency are central values of the Community Services Department, and are achieved through a variety of Boards and Councils that include the Sandoval County Health Council, the DWI Task Force, the DWI Planning Council, the Juvenile Justice Advisory Board, the Senior Services Advisory Council, and the Pena Blanca Community Center Board.
The Community Services Department is one of the largest within the County and has three primary program areas: Community Health, Prevention and Intervention, and Senior Services. We also operate the Pena Blanca Multigenerational Center and the Sandoval County Ropes Course. In addition, we have also partnered with Watermelon Mountain Ranch to offer our Low-Income Pet Spay and Neuter Program.
- Animal Welfare Programs & Services
- Annual Report – 2019
- Annual Report – 2018
- Boards and Councils
- Community Health Services
- Prevention & Intervention Services
- Sandoval County Ropes Course
- Senior Services
- Sandoval County Oral History Project
- Sandoval County Historical Still Life Paintings Project
- Sprouting Sandoval Initiative