Located in Estancia, N.M. Torrance County is one of the most productive agricultural counties in the United States. Pinto beans, corn, alfalfa and pumpkins are just a small portion of the crops, which are harvested throughout the year.
Torrance County is also home to the beautiful Manzano Mountains, Salinas National Monument and vast open, undisturbed rangeland which farmers, ranchers, and wildlife call home. Read more about us here.
Torrance County is committed to effective, efficient and responsible public policy, excellent public service, courteous public contact, sensitivity to cultural beliefs and preservation of their heritage, providing quality services as required by law or mandated by the public, enhancing the health, safety and general well-being of the citizens of Torrance County and conducting county operations in a legal, ethical and fair manner.
The largest group of certified public managers to graduate at one time from the nationally accredited program administered by New Mexico State University’s Cooperative Extension Service. Joining the elite group are Katherine Miller, Santa Fe County manager; Patrick Varela, Santa Fe County treasurer; Les Francisco, Santa Fe County solid waste superintendent; Gabriella Trujillo, Santa Fe County public works department operations manager; Tracy Sedillo, Torrance County treasurer; and Tracy Agiovlasitis, New Mexico Technology Assistance Program manager.
SANTA FE, NM – New Mexico Counties presented Torrance County with a Risk Awareness Program (RAP) Award during the 2020 NMC Legislative Conference January 23, 2020 in Santa Fe.