District 1 - Valley FD

65 years of Dedicated Service to San Juan County


San Juan County Fire Department District 1 (Valley) was created in 1952. District 1 is unique in regards to the amount of commercial business established within their community including two power plants, underground coal mine, above ground coal mine, and six schools. District 1 also has a full training facility including a training tower, burn box, and an LPG training ground. Currently District 1 responds to over 1500 emergency calls per year making them our busiest district.

District 1 covers an area of 272 square miles with 15 pieces of apparatus and approximately 40 volunteer firefighters operating out of 4 stations.

Station 1 & 4 are located on US HWY 64 in the Kirtland area. Station 2 is located on CR 6100 next to Kirtland Middle School and Station 3 is located on US HWY 64 in Hogback.

District 1 is first due when called to the PNM Power Plant, APS Power Plant, Navajo Mine North and San Juan Coal mining facility.

2007 - 1348 calls 2008 - 1543 calls 2009 - 1536 calls
2010 - 1506 calls 2011 - 1803 calls 2012 - 1788 calls
2013 - 1843 calls 2014 - 1990 calls 2015 - 1940 calls
2016 - 2038 calls
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