District 5 - Navajo Dam FD

Station 2

32 Years of Dedicated Service to San Juan County

San Juan County Fire Department, District 10, Navajo Dam is located 7.5 miles from the second largest lake in New Mexico. District 10 was established in 1985 with meetings being held in a members garage and training held at District 5. They started with one old fire truck housed at the state parks shop. In 1986 Abe and Patsy Chavez donated land for the department building to be built at its present location.

In 2016, District 10 merged with District 5 to become District 5, Station 2. The run numbers below reflect the past few years of District 10 run history. Current call volume can be seen on the District 5, Station 1 page.

District 5, Station 2 covers an area of 238 square miles with five pieces of apparatus.

District 5, Station 2 serves San Juan County citizens along NM Hwy 511 and Nm Hwy 173, as well as tourists visiting Navajo Lake and the well known Quality Waters of the San Juan River.

District 5, Station 2 provides mutual aid support to District 7,as well as to Los Pinos Fire in Colorado.

2007 - 175 calls 2008 - 122 calls 2009 - 184 calls
2010 - 183 calls 2011 - 189 calls 2012 - 263 calls
2013 - 240 calls 2014 - 210 calls 2015 - 243 calls
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