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Sierra County is Tier Turquoise

Current Tier: Turquoise

New Mexico is currently operating under the “Red to Green Framework.” For the past several weeks Sierra County has been in the safest tier, aka “Turquoise.”

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yellow tier 2021 April

Red to Green Framework – Yellow Level

New Mexico is currently operating under the “Red to Green Framework.”  (source: nmhealth.org) After a few relaxing weeks in the Turquoise tier, Sierra County was demoted two tiers, to Yellow, on April 21. Counties at the Yellow Level have either a new COVID-19 case incidence rate of no greater than 8 cases per 100,000 inhabitants […]

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tent camping at Elephant Butte Lake State Park

Beach Camping is Back

Reservations for camping on the beach are available at all of Sierra County’s State Parks.

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Polar Bear Plunge Party, Damsite Marina, Elephant Butte

Things Are Were (Will Be?) Looking Up!

March in Sierra County New Mexico: Spaceport Tours reopen, State Parks are open to all, a couple of events and planned, and we are cautiously optimistic!

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2020: The Long Strange Trip

One day we will gather, walk around freely (unmasked!), and maybe even hug again, and we’ll probably appreciate those activities so much more, having lived through this very strange 2020.

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call ahead to restaurants during a period of social distancing

Sierra County Restaurants – Open to Serve Diners on June 1

Information on Sierra County restaurant operations and closures during the coronovirus pandemic. Restaurants are able to reopen at 50% capacity as of June 1, 2020.

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