District 8 - Hart Valley FD

36 Years od Dedicated Service to San Juan County

Station 1

Station 2

San Juan County Fire Department, District 8, Hart Valley started in 1981 when a local community member learned the County Commission had funding available to build fire stations. Leo and Patsy Tafoya donated the land where the station was built. Hart Valley was named after Alex Hart who farmed in the valley when people started settling in the area.

District 8 covers an area of 33 square miles with six pieces of apparatus and approximately 30 volunteer firefighters. They operate out of two stations. Station one is located on CR 3100 and Station 2 is located on CR 3950.

District 8 serves San Juan County citizens from CR 3000 south to the Power line Road area. Their east to west coverage is from the Aztec City limits to the Farmington City limits on the south side of the Animas River.

District 8 has automatic aid agreements with District 2 and 6. They also respond mutual aid to Farmington and Aztec when requested.

2007 - 797 calls 2008 - 699 calls 2009 - 591 calls
2010 - 533 calls 2011 - 616 calls 2012 - 671 calls
2013 - 630 calls 2014 - 659 calls 2015 - 686 calls
2016 - 627 calls
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