It is the mission of the City of Santa Fe Office of Emergency Management to work collaboratively with partners across all levels of government, the private sector, non-profit organizations, and the community we serve to ensure our city can prevent, protect against, mitigate, prepare for, respond to, and recover from emergencies or disasters, regardless of cause.
Preparedness starts at the individual level
Weekly Emergency Management Brief
Visit the Weekly Emergency Management Brief page for an overview of the week's weather, special events and facility or road closures impacting the City of Santa Fe, as well as training and emergency exercise opportunities, emergency operations status, planning initiatives, a weekly preparedness tip, and a history lesson from past disasters.
Events and Incident Updates
Visit our Events and Incident Updates page to view media releases for Office of Emergency Management activities, classes, and planned events as well as incident situation reports.
Emergency Operations Plan
The City of Santa Fe's Emergency Operations Plan lays a general outline for how the City may prepare for, respond to, and recover from disasters. It includes a Basic Plan, functional Annexes, and hazard-specific Appendices. The Emergency Operations Plan received Governing Body approval on August 11, 2010. The Basic Plan may be accessed here.
Disaster preparedness is a grassroots effort and starts with you. There are things you can do now to effectively guard the wellbeing of your family when a disaster occurs. This includes:
Sign up to receive emergency alerts at SantaFe911
. You will only receive emergency alerts from this service. If you receive an alert from SantaFe911, you will know it is a genuine emergency. (standard text messaging fees may apply)
Sign up for Nixle
, the new Community Information Service used by the City of Santa Fe Office of Emergency Management and Santa Fe Police Department to send community information. Messages may be received by SMS text or e-mail. Nixle is a FREE service to you (standard text messaging fees may apply).
on Twitter for the latest updates on and two-way communications during emergencies.
If you see something, say something
Report suspicious activity
to local law enforcement or call 911 in case of emergency.
Current Weather Forecast
Ready America. Prepare. Plan. Stay Informed.
FEMA Independent Study Classes
NM Department of Homeland Security & Emergency Management
120 S. Federal Place, Rm. #308
Santa Fe, NM 87504-0909