In addition to providing fire and emergency services, we also serve our community by providing the following:
The Vecino Program
Vecino is the Spanish word for a neighbor, and that’s what the Las Cruces Fire Department (LCFD) strives to be, a good neighbor. The Vecino Program targets our local senior residents who are at least 60 years of age and/or are homebound because of a medical disability and have a non-existent or insufficient local support system. Firefighters call our Vecinos daily to check on their welfare. The program currently serves more than 35 residents with phone calls typically made between 8 a.m. and 9 a.m. each day by our firefighters. This year approximately 13,000 calls were made to our Vecinos.
For more information regarding the Vecino Program please contact us at 575-528-3473.
Blood Pressure Checks
Blood Pressure Checks are free and available at each fire station. Simply stop by your local station!
Building Plans Review
Building Plans Review ensures that all construction meets the latest building life safety and fire protection requirements, fire code enforcement, fire, and arson investigation and public education.
Home Fire Safety Inspections
Home inspections are done by request only. Please call Prevention Services at 575-528-4150 for more information.
Fire Extinguisher Training
Fire extinguisher training is offered for citizens and businesses. For more information please call 575-528-3473. Please note that the Fire Department does not service fire extinguishers.
Sandbags are available at all of our stations and are free! Limit 10 per customer.