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Wildfire preparedness »
Ready, Set, Go! action guide
Federal, state and local agencies have collaborated to put together this Ready, Set Go! action guide that outlines all what is needed to protect you and your property from wildfires.
How to protect your home from wildfire
Do you live in or near a natural area of forest or grassland? Here's how to protect your home from wildfire.
How to create an emergency go-bag
The New Mexico Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management’s Preparedness Guide is a good resource for items to include.
Fire prevention tips
Preventing human-caused wildfires is a shared responsibility for all New Mexicans and visitors to our state. Here are some simple fire prevention tips.
Checklist in case of immediate evacuation
The 6 Ps checklist:
- People & pets
- Papers, phone numbers & important documents
- Prescriptions, vitamins and eyeglasses
- Pictures and irreplaceable memorabilia
- Personal computer hard drive & disks
- “Plastic” (credit cards, ATM cards) & cash
You've evacuated. Now what?
Experiencing a destructive wildfire can be devastating. This guide was written to help New Mexico communities recover after wildfire.
Maps of evacuation centers, road closures
To see a map of evacuation centers and shelters in New Mexico, click here.
To see the latest road conditions and closures, click here.
Major wildfires in New Mexico »
The latest on evacuations, acreage, containment and more is available by clicking the fire name.
- Calf Canyon and Hermits Peak Fire — Largest fire in state history
- Black Fire — Second largest fire in state history
More coverage on wildfires statewide »
Fire Resource Hotline 1-800-432-2080
Call the number above for resources or sheltering needs.