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Public Notice – Nov. 24 Meeting Cancellation

The Roosevelt County Commission regular meeting scheduled for Nov. 24, 2020 has been canceled. The next regular meeting will be Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2020 at 9 a.m.

Road Work Public Notice

Roosevelt County Road Department will begin work on South Roosevelt Road U, from NM 236 to NM 267 Wednesday, Nov. 18. The Road Department will also repair both turning radiuses on South Roosevelt Road U and NM 267. This project is expected to be completed Thursday, Nov. 19,  weather permitting. This road way is being enhanced to Micro-Seal from chip seal as part of the County maintenance projects. We ask all residents to drive slow and to watch for heavy equipment and personnel. If you have any questions please contact Road Department at 575.356.5942 or Administration Office at...

Roosevelt County Offices Modify Service Delivery

In response to Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s Public Health Order issued Nov. 13, 2020 pertaining to the COVID-19 public health emergency and the directive to “reset” in order to minimize public health risk, all County Offices will be closed to the public for in-person services as of 8:00 AM on Monday, Nov. 16, 2020 effective until Monday, Nov. 30, 2020. During this time County personnel will provide services to the public electronically, by phone or by appointment and services will be...

Roosevelt County Declared an Extreme Drought and Fire Danger Emergency in Roosevelt County

PORTALES, NM – The Roosevelt County Board of Commissioners declared an extreme drought and fire danger emergency within the unincorporated areas of Roosevelt County during their regular Commission Meeting Nov. 9, 2020. This was based upon current drought indices published by the U.S. Drought Monitor Report, lack of precipitation, low humidity, and abundance of wildland grass and dry, fine fuels that there is a serious likelihood of fire danger in Roosevelt County. Commissioner Lewis Shane Lee brought the resolution before the commission and shared he had received several phone calls from residents asking for the declaration. Commissioner Lee stated during the meeting this resolution should help farmers and ranchers gain additional access to drought programs. The resolution will remain in effect for 45 days, and the commission will review it again at the Dec. 15, 2020 regular meeting. For more information, please contact the Administrative Offices at 575.356.5307. Click here to view Resolution...

Meeting Agenda – Nov. 9, 2020

Nov. 9 Meeting Agenda Click here to register for the meeting. Dial-in Number: +17162731030Attendee PIN:...