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Enjoy episode three of The Mayor's Table covering the Farmington Metropolitan Redevelopment Area Plan.  Learn more at the MRA website link below.  Download the MRA brochure at the link below to learn about opportunity areas, the MRA vision, and possible incentives for...



Superintendent Gene Schmidt, Farmington School's, requests public input on the district's strategic plan survey.  The survey can be found at the link below.


FMS Community Survey (English)


FMS Community Survey (Spanish)




The Farmington Municipal School District asks that parents update their contact information so that they may receive vital district communications, such as school delays and closures. Over 1,100 parents did not receive the automated school delay message on Tuesday (Jan...


Happy New Year from Greg Allen and the San Juan Safe Communities Initiative's Board of Directors.


Chief Hebbe, Farmington Police Department, provides details of an officer involved shooting that occurred on September 6th of this year.  New Mexico State Police has completed their investigation and have submitted the case to the District Attorney's Office for review....


Celebrate National Night Out with Aztec Police Department, the City of Aztec and its community members.


Tuesday, July 28, 2015

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Minium Park in Aztec



Safety Tips in Regard to a Recent Increase in Auto Burglaries 


There has been an increase of auto burglaries in the City of Farmington. Please follow these safety tips to protect your property and your home.



Working Together to make San Juan County a safe place to LIV...

SJSCI Welcomes Our New FMS Superintendent


San Juan Safe Communities Initiative (SJSCI) welcomes Dr. Eugene Schmidt as the newly appointed Superintendent of the Farmington Municipal School District as well as elected board member of our Safe Communities organization. 




In an effort to reduce alcohol related traffic accidents, local law enforcement agencies will be conducting sobriety checkpoints during the month of May.  Over 1,162 DWI arrests were made in San Juan County during 2014.  DWI has had a dramatic impact on our community....

Be a volunteer with the San Juan County Sherriff's Office


The San Juan County Sheriff's Office (SJCSO) encourages you to make a difference in our community and become a volunteer with any of their numerous programs. Become a "VIP - Volunteer In Partnership" by calling...

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