Safe Removal of Bears in Los Alamos A female bear and three cubs found raiding the neighborhood trash in Los Alamos have been safely captured and moved to a new, more appropriate hunting ground in the countryside of western New Mexico. The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish saysRead More →

BLM asks visitors to recreate responsibly and safely on public lands during Memorial Day weekend WASHINGTON— With Memorial Day weekend approaching, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) asks visitors to follow state and local public health guidance, come prepared, be flexible, and respect other users as well as natural andRead More →

DASO URGES SAFE ATV AND UTV DRIVING Doña Ana County is experiencing a significant uptick in outdoor recreation, since the state public health order went into effect in late March, especially driving Off-Highway Vehicles, OHVs and Utility Task Vehicles, UTVs on paved streets, private roads and County-owned and controlled highways.Read More →

Safer Buildings, Safer Communities, Safe World “Safer Buildings, Safer Communities, Safe World,” the theme for Building Safety Month, May 2020, raises awareness about the importance of safe and resilient construction, fire prevention, disaster moderation, and new technologies in the construction industry. Building Safety Month 2020 encourages appropriate steps everyone canRead More →