Santa Fe County COVID-19 Action Plan

Santa Fe County wants you to know the importance of wearing your mask and social distancing.
Check out our Public Awareness Campaign focused specifically on mask wearing!
Learn more below about how you can do your part to slow the spread.

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Help slow the spread by:

  • Wearing a mask when out in the public
  • Social distancing
  • Staying home
  • Washing your hands often
  • Staying home (Yes we know that's listed already)
  • Cleaning high-use surfaces
  • Using hand sanitizer when water isn't readily available
  • Take advantage of technology and visit friends and family virtually

Should I get tested? What to know before you go.

 Much business can now be done by telephone. We urge you to call individual Departments if assistance or information is needed.  Direct contact information can be obtained by calling the following numbers:

  • Community Services Department: 992-9849
  • Public Works: 992-3010
  • Adult Jail Facility: 471-4941
  • Growth Management/Land Use: 986-6225
  • Fire Department: 992-3070
  • Clerk’s Office: 986-6280
  • Treasurer’s Office: 986-6245
  • County Assessor: 986-6300
  • Probate Judge: 992-1636
  • Sheriff’s Department: 986-2455
  • The New Mexico Department of Health has established a Coronavirus hotline for all health related questions. They can be reached by phoning 855-600-3453.  For up to date information on the outbreak of New Mexico please visit

  • We understand this is stressful time for many New Mexicans. If you or a loved one are experiencing a crisis, please phoneNew Mexico Crisis and Access Line (NMCAL) 855-662-7474.  The hotline is available on a 24/7 basis and is staffed by licensed counselors.
    Thank you for your understanding and patience during this public health crisis.


County Connect

CONNECTis a network of navigators at clinics, community organizations, and city and county programs. Navigators are community health workers, volunteers, or social workers who link people to services and resources in our community. Agencies in the network are connected through a shared technology platform enabling navigators to send and receive secure electronic referrals, address residents’ social needs, and improve individual and community health.

“New Mexicans have always known how to take care of each other, especially in difficult times. CONNECTis a way for the City and County to support the agencies doing such good work in our communities and to respect and champion the expertise of those people who help the people.” 
– Kyra Ochoa, Director of Community Services Department, City of Santa Fe
Non-medical needs such as secure housing, utilities, reliable transportation, nutritious food, and safe physical and social environments are key to health and well-being. CONNECT works with partners by breaking down communication and funding silos and fostering relationships between health and social service providers as well as those between residents seeking assistance and the navigators who guide them through the system. These relationships are the essence of CONNECT.

Visit our CONNECT site here.

“Santa Fe County is pleased to partner with the City and our community to assist New Mexicans to access resources they need in times of crisis.” 
– Rachel O’Connor, Director of Community Services Department, Santa Fe County