Programs and Events
Mobile Integrated Health
The purpose of Mobile Integrated Health program is to provide referrals, visitations and treatment services to high utilizers of the 911 system and community members with limited access to health/social services so they can access appropriate health/social resources and reduce their use of the 911 system.
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.
The Las Cruces Fire Department is available for scheduling tours of our fire stations. The fire fighters show them around the station and talk about station life. They also provide tours of the Engines and Trucks as well as Safety and Career Presentations which are age appropriate.
Engine Safety and Career Presentations
The Community may contact Station 1 to request to schedule a Safety and Career Presentation with an Engine tour at their schools or facilities. Times are limited and are determined based on the Fire Department’s training schedules. Please give at least two weeks’ notice when scheduling a requested Presentation. Please call 528-3473 to schedule your Presentation.
Fire Extinguisher Training
Fire extinguisher training is offered for citizens and businesses. For more information please call 575-528-4055. Please note that the Fire Department does not service fire extinguishers.
Hands Only CPR Classes
The Las Cruces Fire Department (LCFD) is offering free classes monthly to teach the basics for resuscitation during cardiac arrest. The class, led by a trained firefighter, will allow attendees to train properly to give life-saving measures before paramedics arrive. The classes are held at 550 N. Sonoma Ranch Blvd. at the East Mesa Safety Complex, which is also Fire Station 8.
The next classes are:
April 18, 2020
May 16, 2020
June 20, 2020
The classes begin at 10:00am.
No previous registration is needed The event has no charge.