San Juan County
Multi-Jurisdictional
Natural Hazard
Mitigation Plan

San Juan County, New Mexico is threatened by a number of different natural hazards. These hazards endanger the health, safety, and welfare of the County’s population; jeopardize its economic vitality; and imperil the quality of its environment.

To avoid or minimize vulnerability to these hazards, the New Mexico Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (NMDHSEM) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) provided support to San Juan County to undertake a hazard mitigation planning process.

The resulting Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan for San Juan County, New Mexico identifies and profiles those hazards that can affect San Juan County, assesses the County’s vulnerability to these hazards, and identifies alternative mitigation actions.

The Plan also includes an implementation strategy for preferred mitigation actions as selected and prioritized by a multi-jurisdictional community based planning team.
San Juan County
Emergency Operations Plan



***NOTICE***
This document contains information pertaining to the deployment, mobilization, and tactical operations of San Juan County in response to emergencies. It is exempt from public disclosure under New Mexico state law.

For information on the SJC EOP, please contact San Juan County Office of Emergency Management at 505-334-7700