A new number has been designated to help the public obtain updates or more information regarding current flood/road conditions.
Flooding information and/or road conditions in Mescalero, please call
Please review the information from the U.S. Department of the Interior Office of the Special Trustee for American Indian (OST).
If your name appears on the list below, contact the Trust Beneficiary Call Center at 1-888-678-6836 to update and inquire about accessing your account.
Please remember, if your name appears on the list above, contact the Trust Beneficiary Call Center at 1-888-678-6836 to update and inquire about accessing your account.
BIA/OJS Mescalero Agency wants to remind Mescalero residents, employees, and visitors that if Emergency Services are needed, please call 911 or if it is a non-emergency call 575-464-4479. Post this number on your refrigerator or save it in your cell phone.
If you need an ambulance, fire truck, law enforcement or conservation services call right away. ANY of these Mescalero employees (Police, Fire/Rescue, and Conservation) are dispatched from on-duty Communications Officers that have protocol and procedures to follow in getting other on-duty employees to respond.
If you do not call right away, the response time will only be delayed and as we all know, in emergency circumstances, seconds count. Lastly, I’d like to request that if/when residents see something suspicious, please call it in. If you see something, say something (report it).
Chief of Police James Vepley
BIA OJS Mescalero Agency
The Mescalero Apache Tribe has received funding through the Economic Development Administration to create an economic development strategic plan. We would like to get feedback from community members to help guide this process. Below is a link to the community survey, which asks questions regarding current businesses of the Tribe, the types of new business you would like to see in Mescalero, and how we can promote or support individual Tribal member businesses. The survey is not very long, with only 15 questions. If you would like to provide input into this process, please take a few minutes out of your busy day, and complete the survey. Please feel free to forward this link to your friends and family.
If you do not like using the internet version of the survey, there is also a paper copy. If you fill out the paper copy, please put it in an envelope and return it to the Division of Resource Management and Protection, ATTN Thora Padilla. You do not have to put your name on the survey.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call Thora Padilla at 464-4711.