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LAPD Warns Public About Increase in Burglaries
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DPU Suspends Utility Service Shut-Offs - DPU Update 5
As of March 13, 2020, officials with the Los Alamos Department of Public Utilities suspended shutting utility services off to customers for non-payment due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency. Board of Public Utilities members agreed at the March 25 meeting and directed the DPU staff to continue this practice until the New Mexico Governor’s Public Health Emergency Executive Order 2020-004 is lifted.  READ MORE...
Social Services Manager: Keep up the good work on social distancing
As Los Alamos County wraps up another week under the State of New Mexico's "Stay At Home" executive order, Social Services Manager Donna Casados commented upon the current situation and commended the community on taking positive, proactive steps to comply with the order.  READ MORE...
County Releases Proposed FY 2021/2022 Biennial Budget
Los Alamos County has posted the proposed Biennial Budget on-line, along with a Citizen’s Guide to the Budget which offers a high-level summary and budget overview.  READ MORE...
Police Department welcomes Corporal Joseph Dezendorf
The Los Alamos Police Department welcomes aboard new Police Corporal Joseph Dezendorf. Cpl. Dezendorf was sworn-in today April 1st in the Magistrate court by the honorable Judge Pat Casados.  READ MORE...
Reduced Hours Starting April 1: Eco Station & Overlook Convenience Center - EV Update 1
Due to COVID-19 concerns, the Los Alamos County Eco Station and White Rock Overlook Convenience Center will reduce operating hours, effective Wednesday, April 1, 2020.   READ MORE...
County Update 11 on COVID-19, Food supply secure; residents asked not to hoard food, supplies
Officials in the County’s Emergency Management Office, along with Red Cross and other local responders, are urging residents to refrain from hoarding food and other paper products or cleaning supplies as New Mexico enters another week of “Stay at Home” under the Governor’s Executive Order issued March 23.  READ MORE...
Crime Stoppers Reward after Break Ins at Several Los Alamos businesses last weekend
The Los Alamos Police Department will increase the reward for the weekend burglaries that occurred in Los Alamos.  READ MORE...
County Update 10 on COVID-19, Council Meeting Changes because of COVID-19
The Los Alamos County Council meeting scheduled in Council Chambers on Tuesday, March 31 at 6:00 p.m. will be using a format that complies with the recent New Mexico Department of Health’s public health emergency order governing mass gatherings because of COVID-19.  READ MORE...
Coronavirus Precautions Could Lead To Increased Domestic Violence - PD Update 1
Important information for individuals who may be at higher risk of domestic violence as a result of the statewide stay-at-home order..   READ MORE...
Magistrate Court Update - COVID 19 & Services
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DPU Continues Essential Services - DPU Update 3
In response to Los Alamos County’s direction to reduce personnel to curtail the spread of COVID-19, the Los Alamos Department of Public Utilities (DPU) will have limited staff effective Wednesday, Mar. 18. Department officials state, however, that DPU will continue to provide essential services - electricity, natural gas, water and wastewater services - to the Los Alamos and White Rock communities.  READ MORE...
Overlook Park Closing on Thursday for DOH COVID 19 testing
The Los Alamos Community Services Department announced today that Overlook Park in White Rock will be closed to all vehicular and pedestrian traffic from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 2, to enable the New Mexico Department of Health's scheduled testing for COVID-19 to occur.  READ MORE...
COVID 19 Update - Add'l Facilities Will Close March 16
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County Update 7 COVID 19 Emergency Declaration
County Update 5 COVID 19: Snow Patrol Ready to Roll
Crews will be responding in full force, "business as usual" if LA gets snow overnight  READ MORE...
County Update 9 COVID-19 Public Works "Still At Work"
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DPU Warns of Flushing Wipes
While toilet paper may be in short supply in many stores, citizens may be tempted to use other products. “Don’t do it,” is the warning from the Los Alamos Department of Public Utilities (DPU).  READ MORE...
County Update 6 COVID 19: ACT Dial a Ride Services
County Update 8 COVID 19: Animal Shelter Hrs Modified
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County Prepares for COVID-19
Los Alamos County Manager Harry Burgess addressed questions today about the County’s preparedness for an outbreak of COVID-19   READ MORE...
County Accepting Applications to Fill One Board of Public Utilities Vacancy
Los Alamos County is currently accepting applications until April 6 to fill one position on the Board of Public Utilities (BPU).  READ MORE...
County Update 1 on COVID-19 County Actively Monitoring
County Assessing, Monitoring Impacts on County Services  READ MORE...
County Response to Governor/NMHD Mass Gatherings Ban for COVID-19
Los Alamos County began a case-by-case assessment this afternoon of all reservations, programs and events, in response to the Governor and NM Health Department’s Public Health Emergency Order to Limit Mass Gatherings.   READ MORE...