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Full-Service Debris Removal

Full-Service Debris Removal for Residents

The State Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (DHSEM) is now offering a full-service debris removal service, at no cost to private property owners. The program can be provided through either full debris service from a home property, or curbside pickup for residents who move their debris to the curb.

Any resident who was impacted by the South Fork fire, Salt fire, or flooding is eligible for this program. If residents receive funding from their insurance companies for debris removal, they will be required to notify the state. Insurance coverage does not disqualify a property from the program, but a portion of the insurance payment may need to be submitted to the State.

Sign up in person with a New Mexico Disaster Case Manager located at Disaster Recovery and Resource Center:

    • Ruidoso: Horton Complex, 237 Service Rd. Ruidoso NM 88345
    • Mescalero: Mescalero Apache School, 249 White Mountain Dr, Mescalero, NM 88340.


Download the online Right of Entry Form, fill it out, and email it to DHSEM-DCM@dhsem.nm.gov

Do you need support with your recovery from wildfires and floods?

State Disaster Case Managers are a single point of contact to help people affected by wildfires recover. Our services are free and put you and your needs first.

Call our Disaster Case Managers at 505-670-4662.