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Find People In Cities Like:

  • Albuquerque
  • Las Cruces
  • Rio Rancho
  • Santa Fe
  • Roswell
  • Farmington
  • South Valley
  • Clovis
  • Hobbs
  • Alamogordo
  • Carlsbad
  • Gallup
  • Sunland Park
  • Los Lunas
  • Deming
  • Chaparral
  • Las Vegas
  • Artesia
  • Portales
  • Los Alamos
  • Lovington
  • North Valley

State of New Mexico Total Population:
2 Million Residents

Capital City:
Santa Fe

Largest Cities:
Albuquerque: 559,277
Las Cruces: 101,759
Rio Rancho: 96,028

Bordering States:
Arizona, Colorado, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah

About New Mexico Public Records

Government agencies such as the local town council, town and city clerk's offices, courts, law enforcement, and other create, store, and maintain public records. New Mexico's Inspection of Public Records Act allows the general public access to public records. The records include books, written materials, drawings, photocopies, microfilms, information on computers, records, photographs, tapes, statistical tabulations, maps, and other materials.

Most public records are available in New Mexico but information about medical records, library records, tax returns, social welfare information, birth certificates, death certificates, and unpublished research and commercial data, juvenile criminal and court documents, can be blocked out.

A Short History Of New Mexico

New Mexico became U.S. territory as part of the Gadsen Purchase in 1853. New Mexico did not become a U.S. state until 1912. In the 16th century, Spanish explorers came to the area. New Mexico was the site of the Manhattan Project during the World War II where the first atomic bomb was made in 1945. Roswell became a topic of speculation in 1947. A local farmer discovered unidentified debris on his property and some people believed that an alien spacecraft had crashed on the farmer's property.