911 Emergency Only
Administration & Ambulance Billing: 867-0245 or 888-696-3473
Non-Emergency Burning Advisory: 867-4581 or 800-898-2876
Go to Sandoval County Fire Department website.
The County's Fire Department provides critical help that most County residents hopefully will never require. The Department provides fire, rescue and emergency medical response and transport services 24-hours a day, seven days a week, and oversees nine volunteer fire districts that respond to fire, rescue and EMS calls. SCFD bills for patient transport using the State Ambulance Tariff and also provides pre-scheduled special events standby coverage.
Want to know if it's OK to burn tumbleweeds and leaves? Call the County Burning Advisory Line, 867-4581 or 800-898-2876 for information. All other burning will require a permit that is available by calling the County Fire Department, 867-0245 or 888-696-3473.
The County Fire Department, 867-0245, can be contacted to report violations of State Environmental Health Standards prohibiting burning of household garbage at any time of the year. SCFD also can provide information required from homeowners by insurance companies or schedule appointments with homeowners for safety inspections and conduct investigations under the authority of the State Fire Marshal’s Office.
CALL 911 for ANY and ALL emergencies anywhere in Sandoval County. The County is entirely served by the 911 system for sheriff, police, fire, medical and ambulance emergency dispatch. In most areas, calls go directly to the multi-agency Sandoval County Regional Communications Center that dispatches law enforcement, fire and emergency response agencies Countywide. Calls are linked with the County addressing system to provide responders with specific directions to your location. Remember, however, that cellular telephone callers should always specify their locations.
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