The Alamogordo Interagency Dispatch Center (ADC), located in Alamogordo, New Mexico, was established to provide initial attack dispatching and logistical support for emergency management on lands administered by the USDA-Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, US Fish and Wildlife Service, National Park Service, Bureau of Indian Affairs and the New Mexico Department of Forestry.

Operating as an all-risk dispatch facility, ADC is the primary focus for reporting, tracking, and processing orders of aircraft, equipment, overhead, crews, and supplies assigned to incidents in southeast New Mexico and West Texas.

To report wildfires on public and private lands within the ADC area, contact: Alamogordo Interagency Dispatch Center @ 575-437-2286.


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PREPAREDNESS LEVELS
 
 Pecos Zone  1   September  1, 2022 
 Southwest  1  August 26, 2022
 National   1    October 28, 2022

 


2022 PECOS ZONE
YTD FIRE SUMMARY
Report for November 29, 2022
  Fires Acres
Human Cause 166 37,223.26
Natural Cause    40      1,706.31
Total Fires/Acres  206  38,929.57
 
Prescribed Fire 12  11,881.50

DAILY ERC & BI INDICES
Station ERC BI
Smokey Bear   16    0 
Mayhill  35   43 
Cosmic  40   45 
Mescal  40   38 
Queen  39   68 
Batdraw  37   50 
Caprock  30   40 



Always Remember Organization

Wildland Firefighter Foundation

NM-ADC
 
 
Alamogordo Interagency
Dispatch Center
3500 Airport Rd., Box 10
Alamogordo, NM 88310
 

Cooperating federal agencies in the Alamogordo Dispatch Area
National Park Service Bureau of Indian Affairs U. S. Fish & Wildlife Service Bureau of Land Management U. S. Forest Service New Mexico State Forestry