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Village of San Ysidro issues Fire Restrictions


The Governing Body of the Village of San Ysidro announced Fire restrictions and says it will strictly enforce them. Fire Restrictions include: Fireworks in the dangerous category, open burning, smoking, and motorized ATV/ motorcycles on the Village owned open space, parks, trails or other receational areadue to the drought conditions and progressively worsening wild land fire conditions with an exception to the above restrictions are the public display of fireworks. The fire restrictions will remain in effect untill futher notice. 06/12/13 In Order to preserve lives and property during these emergency condtions , the Village of San Ysidroshall prohibit the following untill further notice: Resolution #2013-5 A resolution Proclaiming severe to extreme Drought Conditions in the Village of San Ysidro and restricting the sale or use of fireworks within the Village of San Ysidro and prohibiting other Fire Hazard Activities is available for public View at the office of the Village Clerk and the San Ysidro Marshal Department. There also shall be one posted on the Village of San Ysidro web site

Working togeather to keep San Ysidro a safe place


The San Ysidro Marhal Department Strives to provide a quality police service and protection the community.The administraion hours are Wendsday 2:00 PM to 6:00PM. Thursady 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM Friday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM. All Other days we are closed.


The Marshal Fro the Village of San Ysidro is Daniel White. "the San Ysidro Marshal Department is Working togeather to keep San Ysidro a safe place". Daniel is assisted by 6 deputies in providing a proffessional postive police service.

Adminastrive Assitant


Shawnasi Martinez is the Adminstrative Assistance for the San Ysidro Marshal Department. She also has duties as Clerk for the San Ysidro Municipal Court. Shawnasi Started in Febuary 2009 and has provided a invaluable service.



The San Ysidro Mashal Department may be contacted at (575) 834-7481 ext 17. The San Ysidro Marshal Department may be contacted at: Phone: (575) 834-7481 ext 17 Fax: (575) 834-7481 Address: 372 State road 4 P.O. Box 28 San Ysidro, New Mexico 87053

Hazard Mitigation Plan


Public Safety Officials Want Citizen Input on Disaster Planning News Release from Sandoval County Public safety officials from across Sandoval County are seeking public input on strategies for minimizing the potential damage from natural disasters or other hazardous incidents that might strike communities within county limits. The best ideas will be incorporated into the county’s five – year All Hazard Mitigation Plan, a critical document that must be drafted by December 2012. “Mitigation planning is not how we respond to emergencies such as wildfires or floods, “ says David Bervin, Sandoval County’s Assistant Fire Chief for Emergency Management. “It’s what we as a community do to reduce the impact of such events before they happen.” Under the Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000, local and tribal governments are required to develop and maintain a FEMA – approved hazard mitigation plan in order to be eligible for non – emergency federal hazard mitigation grants. Public Input is Important Hazard mitigation planning involves identifying and profiling the natural hazards most likely to occur in a community, assessing the region’s vulnerability to these hazards, and establishing goals, actions, and projects that mitigate the associated risks. All county residents are encouraged to contact public safety officials with ideas for how their communities can better prepare for any potential disaster. “Public input is very important to this process,” Chief Bervin says. “We can’t assume that public officials have all the answers.” The Sandoval County Fire Department is leading the multi-jurisdictional effort to develop a hazard mitigation plan for all communities within the county’s limits. In addition to the county fire department, the planning team includes representatives from: • The Southern Sandoval County Arroyo Flood Control Authority • City of Rio Rancho • The Town of Bernalillo and Cochiti Lake • The Villages of Corrales, Cuba, Jemez Springs and San Ysidro • The Cochiti, Jemez, San Felipe, Sandia, Santa Ana, Santo Domingo and Zia Pueblos. Other local, state and federal agencies also will have input into the plan. The planning team will address the following elements: • Natural hazards that may impact or have impacted the community. • Profiles of the most relevant hazards • Vulnerability assessments to the identified hazards • Goals and objectives for hazard risk reduction/elimination • Mitigation actions/projects to achieve the stated goals and objectives • Plan maintenance strategy for the next 5-years. An updated draft of the plan is expected in December 2012. For additional information, please visit or contact David A. Bervin, Sandoval County Fire Department at