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Wildfires Near Me: Wildfires Near Me is a beta web application that focuses on keeping you informed about wildfires in your area.

Frequently Asked Questions

Get evacuation and recovery information from the Department of Homeland Security & Emergency Management

Wildland Fire Map Resources including Wildland Fire Data in Google Earth

Smoke Management & Wildland Fire Smoke and Your Health

Before a Wildfire

During a Wildfire

After a Wildfire

Prescribed Fire


Outdoor Fire Safety

Fire Education

Resources for the Media

PIO Resources

Poster of a drone and a helicopter dropping water on a house on fire in a near mid-air collision

If You Fly, We Can’t Flying recreational drones over or near wildfires could cause injury or death to firefighters and hamper the effectiveness of wildfire suppression operations. If recreational drones are detected over or near a wildfire, aerial firefighting aircraft may be grounded, causing wildfires to grow larger and unduly threaten lives, property, and natural and cultural resources. Individuals who interfere with wildfire suppression efforts may be subject to civil penalties and criminal prosecution.

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Ready Set Go! Your Personal Wildland Fire Action Guide Learn about safe and timely evacuation during a wildfire, how to prepare for an evacuation, and create your own action plan.

Wildfire & Insurance

Wildfire & Insurance 
To help protect themselves and their property, homeowners need to be aware of the importance of mitigating wildfire hazards AND be aware of the insurance impact of living in high-risk areas.

Living With Fire: A Guide for the Homeowner, New Mexico (includes version in Spanish)

Fire Prevention PosterThink you can’t go camping without a campfire? Try camping without a forest! This poster was created as an interagency, regionwide tool to enhance public awareness about fire danger and fire prevention, especially during times of restriction.Please feel free to print and display this poster.
Red or Green? The State of New Mexico has updated a project designed to enhance public awareness about the fire danger in New Mexico. It’s a brightly colored poster, set in an outline of the state of New Mexico and plays off the official state question: Red or Green? The poster reinforces the message of every agency to reduce human-caused fires – “One less spark. one less wildfire.” Feel free to use the poster to spread the word about fire danger and fire restrictions.
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