Frozen Pipes Burst in Coyote Ranger District Office

USFS News:

SANTA FE – The Coyote Ranger District office of the Santa Fe National Forest is temporarily closed due to water damage. The Coyote District Office flooded Saturday, Dec. 7 after frozen pipes burst in the fire sprinkler system. 

 To reach employees of the Coyote Ranger District, continue to call the main office number at 575-638-5526, which is forwarded to the Cuba Ranger Station. Front desk personnel will put you in touch with Coyote District employees who are temporarily working out of the Cuba and Espanola Ranger Stations. You may also contact an employee directly via email. 

 It is unknown how long it will take for repairs to be completed, but it is possible the office could be closed for at least three to four weeks. 

In the meantime, fuel wood permits and Christmas tree permits for the Coyote District can be purchased at the Supervisor’s Office in Santa Fe, or any of the other District Offices in Cuba, Jemez Springs, Espanola, Pecos and Las Vegas.