Greetings from Deer Lake Estates, located in the picturesque Nacimiento Mountains of the Santa Fe National Forest in northwestern New Mexico.
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Fire danger in the Deer Lake area is now at the HIGH level. Stage One fire restrictions are in effect and will remain in effect until rescinded. It's especially important to be very careful with fire. Abandoned campfires are a major cause of forest fires. To see a report on the cause of the Cajete fire in the Jemez Springs Ranger District, click here. To view the stage one fire restriction order, click here.
+ + + + + 2017 Deer Lake Fishing + + + + +
Check out the 2017 Deer Lake fishing regulations here.
+ + + + + + Emergency Preparedness Information Update + + + + + +
Documents containing information to be used in the event of an emergency were provided to the Cuba Volunteer Fire Department in mid-2010. These documents have not been updated since. Information on what information is needed and how to update your information can be found here.
+ + + + + + Break In + + + + + +
A cabin on Aspen Road was recently burglarized, with a number of items stolen. Be aware of strangers that you don't recognize around Deer Lake, and report suspicious activity to Sandoval County Sheriff's Office at (505) 867-4581 option 2.
+ + + + + + Spring 2017 Newsletter + + + + + +
This year's Spring Newsletter is now available for viewing here.
Last updated 25 June 2017 - © 2017 Deer Lake Association, Inc.