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Employment Opportunities

SJCCA is currently in a recruitment cycyle; if you are interested in obtaining more information please contact kschrock@sjcounty911.net or nbrown@sjcounty911.net

We anticipate opening our hiring cycle in July 2018.  

Please check back as we will announce here when we open for applications.

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SJCCA Board meeting

Ther regular scheduled board meeting for May 9, 2018 has been cancelled. 

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Open Records Request Form

The San Juan County Communications Authority complies with the New Mexico Inspection of Public Records Act. SJCCA shall respond to any written request for records, and oral requests to the extent possible. Requested records that fall into the exceptions to the Inspection of Public Records Act are listed in NMSA 14-2-1.

To expedite your request, please use the SJCCA Open Records Request Form.


Who We Are

The San Juan County Communications Authority is the primary Public Safety Answering Point for San Juan County. SJCCA is a Joint Powers Agreement agency, being a combined effort between the cities of Aztec, Bloomfield, and Farmington, as well as San Juan County and the New Mexico Department of Public Safety.

What We Do

SJCCA serves as the 9-1-1 call center for all of San Juan County, with the exception of portions of the Navajo Nation Reservation. Communications Authority Dispatchers broadcast emergency calls for service to police, fire and EMS throughout San Juan County.

Whom We Serve

The Communications Authority provides dispatching and unit tracking services for the following agencies:

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Apco International

National Center for Missing and Exploited Chidren


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