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Serving Our Community Since 1979

EFR responded to over 500 calls in 2022. Emergency calls include structure fires, car fires, motor vehicle accidents, brush fires, medical emergencies, and a small number of what might be called unusual calls. Medical calls are the largest single type of emergency call that we receive.  We are a volunteer department with our members having a variety of fire certifications and EMS licenses. We respond to emergency calls in our district with the Regional career crews. They are stationed at Hondo Station 2, on Old Las Vegas Highway and respond to ALL calls 24 hours a day/ 365 days a year. Station 80 covers the Eastern Region of Santa Fe County (Hondo, Glorieta, Galisteo, and El Dorado). SFCFD is a combination department, meaning there are both career and volunteer members. We are always looking for people that want to serve the community. Please come volunteer with us!


The El Dorado Fire and Rescue Service (EFRS) is an all volunteer fire department that relies on members of the community to contribute their time and energy to support public safety in the district.  We are always looking for new volunteers who have the interest, commitment and who want to make a difference in the community.  We need volunteers interested in firefighting and/or emergency medical services.  In addition, we need volunteers who may not be interested in the operational aspects of firefighting but who would be willing to help out with all the administrative tasks necessary to keep the fire department running.

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We accept volunteers year round!