Corrales Bosque Fire

Location and Hours of Operation

6840 Second St. NW, Second Floor, Suite 207, Albuquerque, NM

Monday - Friday, 7 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. (see temporary hours below)

***Please note that due to the COVID-19 pandemic at this time we are only staffing the office from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Tuesdays, and from 7 a.m. to noon on Thursdays. Plan submission may still be done during this time.***

(505) 468-1340

Bernalillo County Ordinance Section 34-38 indicates the current Fire Code and Amendments to the Fire Code adopted by Bernalillo County.

The division consists of a Division Chief, an administrative assistant who works in the office Monday through Friday 7 a.m. – 3:30 p.m, the Division Lieutenant, and six Deputy Fire Marshals. Two Deputy Fire Marshals are on duty 24 hours per day.

Division Chief: Fire Marshal / Div. Chief Keith Clark
Administrative Officer: Lucianita Orozco

Fire Prevention Division

Fire Marshal's Office:

  • Inspections**
  • Plans Review**
  • Investigations**
  • Online forms**
  • Public Relations/Education**

Keith Clark

Division Chief/Fire Marshal


In this video from the National Interagency Fire Center, homeowners can learn how to create survivable space to improve the chance their home can survive a wildfire.

The purpose of this manual is to assist the design professional in understanding the process of the submittal of construction documents, shop drawings, and plans for review to the Bernalillo County Fire Marshal’s Office.

A guide to smart construction and wildfire mitigation in the wildland/urban interface

The goal of this guide is to provide safety measures for those living at home with a disability by offering escape plans; some modern phone applications for alerting the authorities in case of danger; as well as solutions to a variety of scenarios that might befall the disabled.

Each year, the Red Cross responds to nearly 64,000 disasters, the vast majority of which are home fires. The Red Cross set a goal to reduce fire-related deaths and injuries in the US by 25% by 2020. Learn more about the Red Cross Home Fire Campaign.

This fire safety and prevention checklist has useful information that homeowners wouldn't typically think of and lists the precautions that should be taken in case of a fire in the home. Source:

This is a neat simulator that lets you see statistics on hazards in the home (Fire, Wind, Water, Gas, Electric, Theft). It's a high-quality interactive resource that allows homeowners to get a visual understanding of hazards in the house. Source:

The kitchen is one of the most versatile rooms in your home. It is the hub where families congregate for holidays, spend time cooking meals together, and talk about daily life. Because of all this activity and the fixtures and appliances inside, the heart of the house can also be the most dangerous room in it. Adapting safe cooking practices, acting quickly during an actual emergency, and learning about general home fire safety can help you to become better prepared and to keep your family safe in the event that tragedy strikes.

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