NEW EMERGENCY PUBLIC HEALTH ORDER IN EFFECT As part of the new emergency public health order that took effect on Saturday, New Mexico relaxed some occupancy restrictions while maintaining the essential public health framework for mitigating and responding to the […]
As the state implements its Phase One Reopening Plan, it has released COVID-safe practices (CSPs) guidance for individuals and employers in New Mexico. Read the practices (pdf).
The Town of Silver City, in collaboration with Grant County government and representatives from throughout Grant County, have released a proposed plan to reopen Silver City and Grant County consistent with the governor’s emergency public health orders. Read the plan.
The Town of Silver City order on opening of some town parks on a modified basis. Read the order.
The Gila National Forest Glenwood Ranger District will be reopening the Catwalk Recreation Area and Whitewater Picnic Area as of Friday, May 8. We continue to recommend that visiting public follow all CDC guidelines for social distancing and also be […]
The State Parks Division has re-opened some parks for day-use only. Overnight use and campgrounds remain closed and all events through the end of May have been canceled. In addition, there will be capacity limits at many re-opened State Parks. […]
The NM Tech Council’s Back to Business website is intended to assist New Mexico businesses locate and source personal protection equipment and other resources they need in order to reopen in compliance with the Governor’s public health guidance. Visit the website.
As of May 15, as the state continues to evaluate which areas are safe and can be regulated in line with public health needs, an additional nine parks have reopened including: Pancho Villa, Mesilla Valley Bosque, Living Desert Zoo and […]
The NM Department of Health has developed bilingual COVID safety signage for posting in public spaces. Signs reflect July 1 public health order. Download: 8.5 X 11 – Face coverings required, $100 fine for violation Download: 11 X 17 – […]
On May 15 Gila National Forest reopened Mogollon Box Day Use Area on the Silver City Ranger District, the bathroom facilities at Snow Lake on Reserve Ranger District, and the bathroom facilities at the Emory Pass Vista on the Black […]
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released new guidance yesterday to assist states, tribes, localities, and territories, as well as businesses and community organizations operate as safely as possible during the COVID-19 pandemic as communities begin to reopen. The guidance […]
CDC Reopening Guidance for Cleaning and Disinfecting Public Spaces, Workplaces, Businesses, Schools, and Homes
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance is intended for all Americans, whether you own a business, run a school, or want to ensure the cleanliness and safety of your home. Reopening America requires all of us to move […]
National site to track each state’s progress towards the critical interventions needed to stop the spread of COVID-19. The focus is on data available on the ground and how we can surface it in meaningful ways for state and local […]
The Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department’s (EMNRD) StateParks Division announced nine additional State Parks reopening for day-use only beginning May 30th. An additional five Parks will open June 1st. Overnight use and campgrounds remain closed and all events through […]
Because the COVID-19 pandemic is a long-term event that requires careful, evidence-based decision making and policy planning to save lives and promote economic recovery, the State has developed public health gating criteria that are part of New Mexico’s phased plan […]
The Town of Silver City and Grant County have joined together to establish a PPE bank for local small businesses. If your business needs extra face masks, call the Silver City/Grant County Chamber of Commerce to arrange a time for purchase […]
The Town of Silver City will be opening its offices to the public beginning Monday, June 15, 2020. The Silver City Public library will open at 25% capacity on June 16, 2020. The Silver City Museum will remain closed until […]
NM Safe Certified trains New Mexico businesses in COVID-Safe Practices to help ensure all of us —customers, employees, and families—remain safe as New Mexico reopens for business and recreation. Free, on-demand, virtual COVID-Safe Practices training modules are available on their […]
The New Mexico Public Education Department has released the state’s plan on how to safely reopen schools in the fall. The 2020-2021 school year will begin with a hybrid model where the number of students in the building will be […]
As the country reopens, the CDC has updated guidance on how to stay safe in your personal and social activities. The guidance includes recommendations for dining at restaurants, going to the gym or salon, traveling overnight, visiting parks and recreation facilities, […]
Post or hand out these bilingual flyers in your place of business that educate out-of-state tourists about New Mexico’s public health order mandating COVID-Safe Practices. 8.5″ X 11 flyer – download 4 handbills to a page – download
NM Safe Promise campaign encourages all New Mexicans to individually “make the promise” to follow COVID-Safe Practices and proudly share their commitment with others. Make your NM COVID-Safe promise.
The policies and procedures in place to safely welcome home our Mustangs are based on current public health orders and subject to change to ensure the health and safety of the entire WNMU community. Read the Fall Reopening Plan.
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Thursday issued a revised executive order requiring quarantine for individuals arriving into the state of New Mexico, incorporating adjustments for those leaving the state for urgent medical and family needs. To assure public health and […]
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