What’s happening in Quay County….
Proclamation: A Regular Local Election Is Called to be Held Throughout the State of New Mexico and In Each County and Precinct Thereof on November 7, 2023
Proclamación: A Una Elección Local Regular A Efectuarse En Todo el Estado de Nuevo México y En Cada Condado Y Precinto del Mismo el 7 de Noviembre de 2023
Deputy Mario Chavez Thicc’ums Earns Life-Saving Award After He Saved an Individual Involved in a Crash
The Quay County Clerk’s Office Currently Has a Voter Registration/Update/Cancellation Initiative Underway
About Quay County
Quay County (pronounced “kway”) is a county located in Eastern New Mexico. As of the 2000 census, the population is 10,115. The county seat is Tucumcari. Quay County was named for Pennsylvania senator Matthew Quay, who supported New Mexico statehood. Quay County was founded on February 28, 1903, consists of 2,882 square miles and 7 square miles of water. With a population of 9,401 (Census 2010), the largest city is Tucumcari but other villages & communities include: House, Logan, San Jon, Forrest, Glenrio, McAlister, Nara Visa, Quay and Wheatland