From Our Mayor


Barbara
Cottam

We’re excited to welcome your friends and family here to our wonderful mountain community in the heart of the southern Rockies of northern New Mexico. At 8,500 feet, our winters are action-packed and snow-filled and our summers refreshingly cool.

From Our Village Manager


Rick
Tafoya

The Village Manager serves as the chief administrative officer of the Village.

From Our Village Clerk


Terry
Cordova

As Village Clerk, I am the custodian of the official records of the Village, including minutes, ordinances and resolutions. Join our email notifications to receive meeting agendas and minutes.

From New Mexico Game & Fish Department

New Mexico is having an unusually dry spring which will negatively impact wild food sources for our wildlife. You can expect to see bears and mountain lions in town searching for food. Please remove your hummingbird and other bird feeders and keep pet food inside. Do not store your trash in vehicles and homes or leave it outside of a dumpster. Bears frequently try to enter homes if they smell food and find an open window.

Numerous skunks have been seen in the area and a few were found to have rabies in Maxwell, Miami and Philmont. Please make sure all pets have updated rabies shots and report and unusual behavior.

Most of the wildlife complaints received by Game and Fish officers are animals that have become habituated to human food. Please do not be part of this problem. These animals usually have to be killed. Please help us conserve the wildlife that is a vital part of this landscape. Have a safe summer and call the number below if you have questions.

Regards,
Jordan Mitchell
Cimarron District Officer
New Mexico Department of Game and Fish
(505)-467-9430

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Colfax County bans Fireworks within the unincorporated county

COLFAX COUNTY COMMISSION RESOLUTION 2018-16    A RESOLUTION TO PROCLAIM EXTREME OR SEVERE DROUGHT CONDITIONS WITHIN COLFAX COUNTY AND TO BAN THE SALE AND USE OF CERTAIN FIREWORKS IN THE UNINCORPORATED PORTIONS OF THE COUNTY.    WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 60-2C-8. l , NMSA 1978, a part of the Fireworks Licensing and Safety Act, the governing body of a county may issue a proclamation declaring extreme or severe drought conditions within the unincorporated portion of the county affected by extreme or severe drought conditions, and WHEREAS, the Colfax County Commission finds that the most recent National Integrated Drought Information System report indicates that Colfax county is experiencing EXTREME OR SEVERE drought conditions, and WHEREAS, the Colfax County Commission further finds that the most recent NOAA/NCDC Palmer Long Term Drought Indices Conditions show Extreme drought conditions for Colfax County, and WHEREAS, the danger of range, brush, grass, forest and structure fires is extremely high in Colfax County, and WHEREAS, responding fire and emergency resources in Colfax County have been heavily burdened by the recent Ute Park Fire, and WHEREAS,... FULL STORY >
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