Santa Fe Wildfire Updates & Resources
The safety and well-being of our residents and visitors has always been Santa Fe’s top priority. Now, more than ever, we are dedicated to helping you feel confident to travel safely. The City of Santa Fe continues to work closely with our business partners, monitoring the continued threat of wildfires impacting Northern New Mexico and our surrounding areas, to ensure you can feel comfortable during your visit to our welcoming city.
Please be sure to check individual websites for detailed information for National Forests, National Monuments, and State Parks prior to visiting, as some areas may still be closed for a variety of reasons.
**All businesses, events, and organizations are currently open and operating as normal.**
**Effective June 24, Santa Fe National Forest, Cibola National Forest, and Carson National Forest (with the exception of the Camino Real Ranger District) are reopened to the general public. If you plan to visit, please remember to recreate responsibly.**
**Effective June 24, Bandelier National Monument has reopened all campgrounds, wilderness and backcountry areas and trails.**
**Effective June 27, the following NM State Parks have reopened: Manzano Mountains, Hyde Memorial, Cimarron Canyon, Fenton Lake. Fire restrictions are in place. Pecos Canyon remains closed.**
**National Forest lands surround Santa Fe and contribute to our natural beauty. Wildfires can and do occur, and the City of Santa Fe is currently under Stage II fire restrictions, which prohibit open burning, smoking in public parks, off-roading in open space, and other restrictions.**
**Effective immediately, all City trails and trail systems are now OPEN: The Dale Ball Trails, The Sun Mountain Trail, La Tierra Trails, MX/BMX trails at La Tierra and the Metropolitan Recreation Complex. **
The City will continue to monitor precipitation received, as well as proper use of the trails and adherence to fire restrictions, to determine if future closure orders need to be implemented.
Helpful Links & Resources to Help You Plan Your Trip:
Keep up to date with current fire information.
- Stay informed: Alert Santa Fe is the official emergency alert and notification system for the City and County of Santa Fe. This system is used to send alerts to the public and internally to city or county employees during emergencies. Sign up for Alerts here.
- Track the weather: Check the current weather conditions.
- Know before you go: Learn about fire restrictions and current fires at NM Fire Info.
- Know where to go in case of evacuation: The NM Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management has put up a 2022 Wildfires website that posts updates of current conditions and threats and provides information for specific fires (including Hermits Peak/Calf Canyon to the east and Cerro Pelado to the west), such as evacuations, evacuation centers & shelters, livestock, road closures etc.
- San Miguel County OEM, Sheriff and Fire
- Santa Fe NF Facebook
- Fire information line: 505-356-2636