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Important Announcements - Updated 2/1/2023

Properties for Sale by TRLA -  none at this time

Timberlake Ranch is now on Facebook

Helpful Hints using the website: If you have trouble seeing or selecting an item from one of the drop-down lists at the top of this page, first move your mouse directly to the side of the row of items you want, to see all the available selections.

Updated webpages are sometimes not presented by your browser if you have “caching” selected in the browser options. To “refresh” the page’s changed content, click on your F5 key when viewing the page in question. This is not unique to the TRLA website.

Webmaster - Wayne Ramm

The history of Timberlake Ranch The Rest of the Story

Timberlake Ranch Equipment Building construction project (7/10/2017)

Restoration & Renovation of the Ranch House  (5/16/2017)

Thinking About Building?

Gallup Recyclng - how to…

From the Webmaster

Posting on Criminal Trespass posted August 2016 (from page 33 of the NM Hunting Rules & Info Pamphlet for 2016-2017)

Newly updated and more inclusive information on:
Emergency Evacuation & Neighborhood Watch topics

Please be diligent with your projects, your surroundings and your environment.  

Remember: be safe and if you "See Something say Something"

Upcoming TRLA Board Meeting Agenda (Only Linked when available)

Register For COVID-19 Vaccinations - From The New Mexico

Dept. of Health

Zuni Transfer Station update (5/5/2021)

Living With Large Predators in New Mexico

Communiqué from New Mexico Department of Game and Fish 8/2/2020

Subject: Timberlake Subdivision

We have met with the association before on bears, cougars and other information at your community center. It has come to our attention recently that occupants have had trouble with a bear in bird feeders. Officer Lackey will be dealing with it as it pops up. We need help with getting the word out about bear concerns. Mostly situations with bears eating food set out for birds, squirrels, deer etc. Can you please inform the occupants that we try are hardest to not move bears for getting into bird feeders. We have even cited individuals that continue to set out bird seed during bear conflicts. We can not move a bear in the State of New Mexico to suitable habitat that doesn't already have bears. This creates a higher mortality rate for the bears, meaning either the bear we move or the bears that are already there will be pushed to lesser quality habitat through territorial behavior, hit on highways or killed by other bears. "A fed bear is a dead bear" is a cliche statement you've probably heard but its very true when it comes to the bear's future. There is no reason biologically to feed birds this time of year and it only leads to bears escalating bad behavior. I know its fun to see different bird species utilizing the feeder but its not worth it when it attracts bears. Please help us spread the word to your association, to at least temporarily remove any bird seed, hummingbird feeders etc. as they are creating a nuisance by attracting bears and acclimating them to the neighborhood in a negative way. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact me at the number below.


Sergeant Jeremy Smith

Estancia, Belen, Grants, Gallup Supervisory District

New Mexico Department of Game and Fish


7816 Alamo Rd. NW

Albuquerque, NM 87120

Living with Poisonous/Non-Poisonous Reptiles in New Mexico

The Latest COVID-19 information updates from:

Centers for Disease Control (CDC) website
New Mexico Department of Health website

Public Health Advisory-Testing And Travel Guidelines for New Mexico

The BURN PILE IS Open April 1 until January 20 (typically) - annually

The Timberlake Volunteer Fire Department is asking for your cooperation in not using the cut across through their parking lot to Wolf Road from the mailboxes. This has become a major safety issue for fire equipment/personnel and includes all vehicles such as cars, trucks, ATVs and UTVs.


ALWAYS call 911 first with any emergency and give the operator the County you live in and then Timberlake subdivision north of Ramah, NM.  We are in District 55 for fire emergencies. If you see smoke call 911 and report its location.

Timberlake Watch Group Coordinators – Nancy Wills – 1-505-783-2457 or 1-505-975-0528   

Code Red



Please register by clicking on the link above for your county (Cibola or McKinley) so that you will automatically be notified of fire/evacuation info by the incident/unified command personnel. The alert can go to a land line, cell or email.  All types of emergencies (ie: amber alerts, power outages, etc.) are also included.  This system is the most efficient and quick way of communicating to all landowners.

The TRLA Ranch House Well and Bath House are open April 1-October 31 - annually.

This is the official website for TRLA,-not Facebook

2/1/2023 Timberlake Code of the West (also linked from "Welcome Packet" menu item above)

Winter roads and Timberlake Ranch. When there are 6" of snow deposited on Ranch side roads (not Timberlake Road itself) plowing begins down to 1-2", not plowing to the gravel. Timberlake Road is snow plowed by Cibola Co. and McKinley Co.. There is no plowing of mud. When road conditions are unfavorable due to snow/rain vehicles with 4 wheel Drive, All wheel Drive or chains on 2 wheel drive vehicles are recommended. Front wheel drive cars do not do well with these snowy/ice conditions. Please send questions about roads to TRLAROADS@GMAIL.COM Joe Martinez Director of Roads.

12/30/2022 The Timberlake Ranch Burn Pile is closed until further notice.

11/20/2022 The Ranch House is closed due to frozen water pipes

11/17/2022 Continental Divide contracted with Davey Resource to do an electric pole inspection and inventory through out Timberlake was expected to last into early December. Continental Divide is supposed to notify all landowners.

11/10/2022 New Ranch House Renovation Phase 9

11/8/2022 New Timberlake Times Newsletter out!

11/3/2022 New Timberlake Photo Gallery from Linda Petersen

July 17, 2022 Timberlake Ranch property owners; we are trying to obtain current email addresses from you so that you may be notified by email for various purposes, which you can specify when submitting your information. Please email board members at their email addresses to begin this process.

Additionally: If you want to receive board meeting Zoom invitations, email Robyn Cox at  rcox@ppsb.org  to sign up.

Change of Ownership / Address Form (6/2022)

CCR Complaint Form has been updated (6/2022)

You can now pay landowners fees by credit card.

The 2022 Timberlake Fire Department. We have a good group of dedicated fire fighters, 3 EMT’s. As a group we stay prepared for all calls EMS or Fire. Left to Right: Mike Broderick, Lesley Barbour, Stan Carlson, Andy Wilson, Raf Luciani, Melinda Aubuchon, Wade Aubuchon, Patty McCartney, Cheri Sanders, Rick Farrell, Mike Latendresse, Julie Farrell, Bill Sanders. Dale and Kathy Waller not pictured. We are all here for this community. Remember call 911 station 55.


Please send association fee payments to:

Timberlake Ranch Landowners Association

PO Box 264

Corrales, NM 87048

All other correspondence should go to

Timberlake Ranch Landowners Association

HC 61 Box 767

Ramah, NM 87321


Continental Divide Power Outages

All About Fire Prevention, Wildfires & other Fire-related topics

Fire Restrictions, Alerts and Related Items

Wildfire Preparedness Is Year-Round - Don’t Depend On Luck

The first 0 to 5 feet around the structure, known as the immediate zone or noncombustible zone, has the greatest impact on fire risk.

Clean up dead vegetation from last season that gets trapped against your house, under your deck, and against fences. Keep any plants in the 5-foot zone irrigated and pruned.

Replace mulch from around the base of your home with a non-flammable material such as river rock or pea gravel.

Don’t store firewood, gas cans, lawn mowers, cardboard or other combustible materials next to your home. Move these items at least 5 feet away from the outside walls of the house.