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Hermits Peak Fire

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Unit Information

New Mexico 
Santa Fe, 
87508 
New Mexico 
Santa Fe, 
87508 

Incident Contacts

  • Hermits Peak Fire Information
    Email:
    2022.hermitspeak@firenet.gov
    Phone:
    505-356-2636
    Hours:
    Daily 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
  • Santa Fe National Forest Public Affairs
    Email:
    SM.FS.sfnfpao@usda.gov
    Phone:
    505-438-5320

News

A list of partners helping with Community Coordinated Response is now available. The document (available below) contains a brief description of what each organization does and how they can help, contact information, and links to their webpage.
TAOS, NM – Sept. 14, 2022 – The Type 2 Southwest Area Incident Management Team 5 will transfer management of the Calf Canyon-Hermits Peak Fire to a Type 3 Incident Management Team on Sunday, Sept. 18, at 6:00 p.m.
Highlights: The Southwest Incident Management Team 5 returned to take command of the Calf Canyon incident on Monday, September 5. Team 5 is glad to be back and serving the local communities once again. Private landowners whose property received damage due to fire suppression operations will have until September 12 to utilize the online Private Land Suppression Repair Survey. Just the online option will be discontinued. The Private Land Suppression Repair phone line will remain open for new and existing suppression repair requests.
TAOS, NM – August 27, 2022 – The Santa Fe and Carson national forests, along with the Interagency Management Team assigned to the Calf Canyon Fire, are working to find solutions to continually reopen areas of the forests as suppression repair work is completed and weather patterns change over the burn area. A third reduction just took place on the Carson National Forest last week with another one anticipated possibly for this week.
Highlights: Repairs are nearing completion on the southern end of the fire area. Continued cooperation from the public has helped the firefighters complete their repair work with maximum efficiency and safety. Incoming favorable weather into next week is expected to provide better conditions to increase the pace of repair activities.
 Calf Canyon Fire 100% Contained
 Las Vegas/ Mora –The National Weather Service in Albuquerque has issued Flood Watch for The Hermits Peak-Calf Canyon burn scar for Mora County and San Miguel County in northeastern New Mexico.FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT THROUGH THIS EVENING...  * WHAT...Flash flooding caused by excessive rainfall continues to be possible.* WHERE...Portions of central, east central, north central, northeast, and west central New Mex
     Operations Update video for August 19th, 2022 is now available on Facebook.