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  • A total of 51 firefighters from Ana County Fire and Emergency Services and other agencies responded to a brush fire that threatened homes and other structures at 2:58 p.m. on Tuesday, May 19 at Lechuga Road and NM Highway 478, near Vado.

  • Durante la pandemia de COVID-19, cuando el Centro de Gobierno cerró, la mayoría de los departamentos del condado de Doña Ana han estado trabajando de manera remota y continuaron brindando servicios esenciales. Para observar el feriado del Día de los Caídos, la mayoría de los departamentos suspenderán el teletrabajo el lunes 25 de mayo y el Centro de Gobierno estará cerrado para votar.

  • Media contact: Kelly Jameson, Las Cruces Public Schools      575-639-2121 • kjameson@lcps.net  

    OBJECTIVE: To streamline communication between local government agencies during the COVID-19 response. Partner organizations include city and county representatives, local hospitals, the Department of Health, jail and prison facilities, first responders, the Las Cruces Public School district, the Town of Mesilla, City of Anthony, City of Sunland Park and Village of Hatch.  

  • The Department of Health will conducting COVID-19 testing and screening at the following sites in Dona Ana County, through May 26.

    Date

    Location

    COVID-19 Screening and Testing

    Friday, May 15

  • Media contact: Kelly Jameson, Las Cruces Public Schools   575-639-2121 • kjameson@lcps.net

    OBJECTIVE: To streamline communication between local government agencies during the COVID-19 response. Partner organizations include city and county representatives, local hospitals, the Department of Health, jail and prison facilities, first responders, the Las Cruces Public School district, the Town of Mesilla, City of Anthony, City of Sunland Park and Village of Hatch.

  • The Doña Ana County Flood Commission recently installed seven new stations bringing the total number staff operates to 29, expanding the County’s Flood Warning System by 24 percent.

    The new automated weather and rainfall stations were installed at the Butterfield Trail Ranch, Chaparral Fire Station, Rincon Fire Station, Radium Springs, Lower Bilbo, West Mesa Cothern and the Williams Family Ranch, near Chamberino.  All 29 stations collect a variety of data and continuously report rainfall depth, air temperature, relative humidity, barometric pressure, wind speed and direction, over a radio network, via repeaters at Caballo Peak, A mountain and in Chaparral, to a central base station at the Government Center.

  • Media contact: Kelly Jameson, Las Cruces Public Schools   575-639-2121 • kjameson@lcps.net  

    OBJECTIVE: To streamline communication between local government agencies during the COVID-19 response. Partner organizations include city and county representatives, local hospitals, the Department of Health, jail and prison facilities, first responders, the Las Cruces Public School district, the Town of Mesilla, City of Anthony, City of Sunland Park and Village of Hatch.  

  • Media contact: Kelly Jameson, Las Cruces Public Schools 575-639-2121 • kjameson@lcps.net  

    OBJECTIVE: To streamline communication between local government agencies during the COVID-19 response. Partner organizations include city and county representatives, local hospitals, the Department of Health, jail and prison facilities, first responders, the Las Cruces Public School district, the Town of Mesilla, City of Anthony, City of Sunland Park and Village of Hatch.  

  • Media contact: Kelly Jameson, Las Cruces Public Schools    575-639-2121 • kjameson@lcps.net  

    OBJECTIVE: To streamline communication between local government agencies during the COVID-19 response. Partner organizations include city and county representatives, local hospitals, the Department of Health, jail and prison facilities, first responders, the Las Cruces Public School district, the Town of Mesilla, City of Anthony, City of Sunland Park and Village of Hatch.  

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