Area Resources

Utilities
Cable Services (Comcast)(505)327-6143
Electric/Water/Sewer/Sanitation
(505)599-8411
Gas Services (New MexicoGas)
(888)664-2726
Phone Services (Century Link)
(505)245-7222

 

Other Important Numbers
Department of Motor Vehicles
(505)599-9712
Farmington Business Registration
(505)599-1170
Farmington Civic Center
(505)599-1145
Farmington Downtown Association (505)599-1419
Farmington’sGateway Museum
(505)599-1174
FarmingtonPost Office (505)324-3055

 

Farmington Chamber of Commerce
(505)325-0279 or 888-325-0279
Convention and Visitors Bureau
(505)326-7602 or (800)448-1240
Aztec Chamber of Commerce
(505)334-9551
Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce
(505)632-0880
Navajoland Tourism Department
(928)871-6436

Farmington

“The City of Farmington is in the Northwest corner of the state of New Mexico”. The “Four Corners” is in the heart of America’s Southwest with spectacular and historical cultural treasures and magnificent landscapes.

The San Juan, Animas & La Plata Rivers all converge in Farmington and are just a short trip from the beauty of Colorado, Utah and Arizona. Farmington is a sportmans paradise that offers many of natures riches. Farmington is the commercial center of the Four Corners Region with a population of 46,000 people.” (www.fmtn.org)


Bloomfield

“Bloomfield is a community rich with cultural diversity, beauty, and recreational opportunities. Our city is characterized by positive attitudes, community pride, open communication and the spirit of opportunity. It is also devoted to enhancing the quality of life of its citizens and the many visitors that grace Northwest New Mexico.” (www.bloomfieldnm.com)

Visit the Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce

Find Homes in Bloomfield

 

  


Aztec

“If you’re looking for a relaxing and progressive community to live in, look no further than Aztec. With an average of 276 days of sunshine every year, Aztec is the perfect place to live. New residents can find affordable and convenient living opportunities with a median home price of $132,000. Feel comfortable knowing that communities are made up of stable and helpful neighbors, with 45-50% of them being home owners. Everyone is taken care of, from children to seniors with several child day care centers and Senior Citizen facilities in Aztec. So whether you’re in need of a reliable starter home, an apartment to rent or just a quality place to feel at home, there’s no better option than to take advantage of everything the City of Aztec has to offer.” (www.aztecnm.gov)

 


Kirtland

Kirtland was founded in the early 1880s by Latter-day Saint settlers who named it after Kirtland, Ohio. There had been a few Latter-day Saints who had settled in Fruitland as early as 1878. As of 2000 Fruitland was designated as part of Kirtland for census purposes. Another Latter-day Saint settlement of these early days was Waterflow, just west of Fruitland, which appears on maps to this day. As of the census of 2000, there were 6,190 people living in Kirtland. The median household income was $45,000 and the median home value was $128,000.

Find Homes in Kirtland