Welcome to the Village of Wagon Mound
The Village of Wagon Mound lies on the Santa Fe Trail in Mora County beneath a butte in the shape of a Conestoga wagon. Formerly named Santa Clara and Pinkerton (after the famous Wild West railroad detective agency), it was incorporated as Wagon Mound in 1918. Read More about our history here >>>.
The Village currently has about 200 households, offering natural gas, sewage treatment, solid waste removal and some of the best spring-fed water in the entire region. Wagon Mound is a small community offering big-city amenities in a rural setting.
This website will provide you with recent information from the Village Hall. We will provide monthly agendas, minutes, and information about upcoming events. You may also communicate to Village staff through this website.
Our vision is to provide functional Utility Services, MVD Services, and Administration Services for our Community. We want to bring in new business and provide future opportunities for our residents.
The Village of Wagon Mound Mayor and Employees want to move forward to success and better quality of life for our citizens through infrastructure
improvement and employment.
We provide Water, Sewer and Natural Gas Services for the Residents of Wagon Mound. Our Motor Vehicle Division providing services to our community and surrounding areas.
We aim to enhance the quality of life for the community and its visitors by providing reliable, friendly, cost-effective services that respond to changing needs.
We are focused on serving the needs of the stable population base as well as the thousands of annual visitors who travel here to experience the beauty and culture of our unique mountainous plains area.
Wagon Mound lies in Mora County, which is not only comprised of a diverse physical landscape but a population of people rich in culture and a wealth of diversity.
Our community is a population of 298 residents, with a Public School for children k-12. A local community garden, located near the edge of town, is a great meeting place for residents to develop a sense of community while enhancing a healthy way of life.
Community pride and loyalty to family traditions like our annual Bean Day Festival runs deep in certain areas while part-time seasonal residents help form the character of other communities.
A VIEW FROM ABOVE
DJI Mavic Pro Flies over Wagon Mound New Mexico 26 July 2017. This cinematic View of Wagon Mound Shows The famous Bean Day Town from above. This Drone (The Humble Hoverer II) was Piloted By Diego Trujillo - Credit 2017.