The following is a list of resources that the public may utilize
The following provides a list of all of EPCOG's community with a brief description and US Census dashboard.
NERDE is a set of data tools that were designed to help communities better recover from periods of economic distress. This dashboard offers detailed demographics and economic indicators for the district.
The United Way of Eastern NM (UWENM) offers various services such as the 2-1-1 service for supporting the public with public assistance and other various sources. UWENM serves the counties of Curry, Roosevelt, Quay, and De Baca.
The New Mexico Mortgage Finance Authority (MFA) is a quasi-public agency that operates as a governmental instrumentality in the state of New Mexico. Established in 1975, the MFA's primary mission is to provide affordable housing opportunities for low and moderate-income residents of the state. The authority works to address housing challenges by administering various programs and initiatives that aim to increase the availability of affordable housing options and promote community development. MFA offers programs for home buyers and renters.
The New Mexico Economic Development Department (NMEDD) is a state agency dedicated to fostering economic growth, job creation, and overall prosperity in the state of New Mexico. The department works to attract and support businesses, strengthen local economies, and promote sustainable development.
The New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) is a state agency responsible for protecting and improving the health and well-being of residents in the state of New Mexico.
The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) is a state agency responsible for overseeing the planning, development, and maintenance of the transportation infrastructure in the state of New Mexico. NMDOT plays a crucial role in ensuring the safety, efficiency, and connectivity of the state's transportation systems. This includes managing highways, roads, bridges, and other key transportation assets. You may request traffic counts through NMDOT.
Regional Transportation Planning Organizations (RTPOs) are planning organizations created by the New Mexico Deportment of Transportation (NMDOT) to address and coordinate resources for rural transportation needs.
The New Mexico Municipal League (NMML) is a statewide organization that serves as an advocate and resource for municipalities in the state of New Mexico. Established in 1958, the NMML is a voluntary association comprised of cities, towns, and villages, working collaboratively to address common challenges, share information, and advocate for the interests of local governments.
New Mexico Counties incorporated as a 501(C)6 nonprofit, nonpartisan organization in 1968. NMC serves as a statewide voice for all 33 New Mexico counties. County Members have access to trainings, technical assistance, and extensive Loss Prevention services. NMC also provides Workers’ Compensation, Multi-Line, and Law Enforcement coverage for its member Counties.
The New Mexico Secretary of State's office is a state agency responsible for overseeing various administrative and regulatory functions related to elections, business registration, and governmental transparency. The office can offer assistance in regards to voter registration and information.
The Office of the New Mexico Attorney General is a state agency responsible for providing legal counsel to state agencies, representing the state in legal matters, and ensuring the protection of the public interest.