Announcements

Local Burn Ordinances Rescinded

Over the past few weeks, Sierra County has received moderate to heavy precipitation associated with the early and active start to the North American Monsoon. Sierra County has seen improvements to ongoing drought conditions along with increased fuel moisture content of ground vegetation. Accumulated precipitation in Sierra County on July 5 ranged from 7 inches…

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Ordinance Restricting Sale & Use of Fireworks

On June 13 2022, The Board of Commissioners passed ordinance 14-005 restricting the sale and use of fireworks in unincorporated areas of Sierra County.

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Restricted and Controlled Burns

Anyone who wants to conduct a controlled burn must call the Emergency Services office for a permit.

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NM Medical Investigator Seeks Applicants

The New Mexico Office of the Medical Investigator is looking for dedicated and talented individuals to conduct death investigations in various counties around the state.

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Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2020-2025

A reminder from NMSU Extension to Make Every Bite Count by following recommended dietary guidelines.

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2020/2021 Revenue and Expenses

Sierra County’s revenue and expense reports for 2020/2021 are now available for download.

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Resumes Requested: Sierra Joint Office on Aging

Sierra County Commissioners are requesting resumes to fill an open position on the Sierra Joint Office on Aging Board.

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Burn Restriction Ordinance Rescinded

Resolution 107-014, signed on August 24, 2018, repeals Controlled Burn Restriction Ordinance 18-016.

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Landfill Hours

Transfer stations are available in Hillsboro, Arrey and Winston. The Collection Center is open Fridays and Saturdays. Click in for hours.

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