Regional Emergency Communications Center

The Sandoval County Regional Emergency Communications Center (SCRECC) receives and dispatches all police, fire, medical, and animal control emergency 911 and non-emergency calls for Sandoval County. 

Agencies Served

Rio Rancho Police DepartmentSanta Ana Police DepartmentRio Rancho Fire and Rescue
Sandoval County Sheriff's OfficeJemez Springs Police DepartmentSandoval County Fire Department**
Bernalillo Police DepartmentJemez Pueblo Police DepartmentBernalillo Fire Department
Corrales Police DepartmentSan Ysidro Police DepartmentCorrales Fire Department

**Includes the communities of Algodones, Cochiti, Cuba, Jemez Pueblo, Jemez Springs, La Cueva, Peña Blanca, Placitas, Ponderosa, Regina, Santo Domingo, Torreon, and Zia.

For Public Record Inspection Requests, please contact the individual agencies listed above.

  1. Emergency: 911
    Non-Emergency: 505-891-7226



Sign Up for Emergency Alerts

For over 10 years, the City of Rio Rancho and Sandoval County have utilized the CodeRED Emergency Notification System for public notifications during an emergency, such as a water outage or disaster, such as a fire.

This incredibly important and useful tool gives the City the ability to notify (via telephone, cellular phone, text message, or email) specific areas within the City in case of an emergency situation that requires immediate action. For example, if there were a water service outage affecting a large number of residents, one of the ways the City will notify residents is via this CodeRED system.

The system automatically has all land line phone numbers of residents living in Rio Rancho and Sandoval County entered. Registration is required if residents only have a cell phone or would like to receive additional notifications via a mobile device.

Registration for this system is free and available online here. When signing up, residents can choose how they would like to be notified--phone call, text message, or email.

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