TO VALENCIA COUNTY
This is the Official Valencia County Government Website.
The Government of Valencia County and its Officials are dedicated to its citizens to provide the best possible services and access to government resources at all times. We encourage and welcome any ideas and suggestions you may have to this website or any improvement to services provided by the county government. This site is not intended to be all inclusive of the services our departments provide.
CE's FOR A CURE
Los Lunas High School
1776 Emilio Lopez Rd, Los Lunas, NM 87031
This link to services for the community has been provided for the benefit to Valencia County Residents. Double your SNAP EBT dollars at the New Mexico farmers' markets.
NMAC recognized county achievements for the Workers’ Compensation Pool Safety Awards
Valencia County Sheriff's Department recognized for improvements and Saftey Award
The Valencia County Sheriff’s Department-VCSO- was officially granted accreditation status under our state Accreditation Program by the NM Law Enforcement Professional Standards Council. Achieving this goal takes a great deal of commitment and focused effort.
VCSO is currently the only county in the state of New Mexico to achieve the award.
Audit Accountability Award
Most Improved County - Valencia County
Valencia County was one of four counties awarded an Aduit Accountability Award by the New Mexico Association of Counties and State Auditor Tim Keller for most improved audit. Pictured, from left are State Auditor Tim Keller, Valencia County Manager Jeff Condrey, Valencia County Commission Vice Chairman and NMAC executive board member Jhonathan Aragon and NMAC President and Mora County Commissioner Paula Garcia. The award is given in recognition of a large, mid-size, small and most-improved county that have done outstanding work on their audits, submitted their audits ina timely manner and have sustained excellence with the highest audit opinions for the past three years.
VALENCIA COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Regularly scheduled meetings are held at the Valencia County Administration Offices located at 444 Luna Ave. Los Lunas, NM 87031 on generally the following schedule, unless publicly noticed otherwise:
BUSINESS MEETINGS occur on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month at 5:00 P.M.
PUBLIC HEARINGS occur on the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 5:00 P.M.
Agendas are posted on the Valencia County website (www.co.valencia.nm.us/Elected Officials/Commission Meetings), and at the Administration Offices, District Courthouse, Meadowlake Senior Center, Del Rio Senior Center or by calling 505-866-2014.
Valencia County, New Mexico—On January 6, 7 and 8 of 2015, the bodies of four badly mutilated dogs were found dumped at the Valencia County Transfer Station. All exhibited bite-type injuries consistent with being mauled by other dogs, and each was missing all or part of one leg, which had been severed with a knife. Dog #4 was found on 1/8, Dogs #1 & #2 were discovered on 1/6, and Dog #2 on 1/7/2015. The cause of death of Dog #4 was strangulation asphyxiation. Erik Tanner, Executive Director of Valencia County Animal Control, is investigating these cases as dog fighting-related and believes the dogs may have been used as “bait” dogs to train other dogs to fight. “No animal deserves to die this way.” expressed Tanner, “We are reaching out to the community for any information they can provide to solve these cruel and disturbing criminal cases.”
EXTREME ANIMAL CRUELTY & DOG FIGHTING ARE 4th DEGREE FELONIES!
INFORMATION LEADING TO THE ARREST AND PROSECUTION OF THOSE
RESPONSIBLE WILL BE REWARDED UP TO $10,000
CALLERS MAY REMAIN ANONYMOUS
CALL TOLL FREE: 877-548-6263
Commissioner Aguilar attending the National Forest Service dedication of the El Camino Rael at Tome Plaza
Conejo Collection Center will be closed on Sundays and Mondays, and open Tuesday through Saturday,
8am to 3:45pm.
Call the site directly for
current status at (505) 565-2256.
Conejo Transfer Station
Conejo Collection Center is experiencing multiple equipment breakdowns, and must shut down at different times each day. Until our equipment is safely and completely fixed, we can only take about half of the usual amount of trash every open day. Please see the link below for other facilities that may be able to accept your trash. Thank you for your patience.
PDF with maps available by clicking on this link
Planning and Zoning Agenda July 23, 2014
PURSUANT TO NMSA 1978 SECTION, 13-1-126.1 (2013)
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Media Contact: David Morgan
January 23, 2014 Cell: (575) 649-0754
New Mexico Department of Health Reports More Flu Deaths This Season
Flu remains widespread in New Mexico
Please check the following websites for updates:
- New Mexico Severe Weather Preparedness Information:
- Weather: http://www.weather.gov/abq
- NMDOT Road conditions http://advanced.nmroads.com/
- Personal Protection: http://www.bt.cdc.gov/disasters/winter/