Our association of homeowners is dedicated to maintaining a safe and beautiful area for our approximately 500 families to enjoy. We are a nonprofit organization that is continuously working with the city of Albuquerque and with each other to improve the quality of life in our neighborhood.
Annual Dues! Become a Member! Get Involved!
Join RSNA. You can also download the membership form here and mail it to PO Box 65990, Albuquerque, NM 87193. Yearly dues help our neighborhood through weed spraying, trimming and communication.
Spraying and Trimming
We use the funds to help purchase equipment and pay for a professional company to spray the common areas. Since we only have limited funds, all the landscape cleanup and work is done by our neighbors, but if we were able to collect more dues, we could actually pay for a company to come out and complete this work for us. But for now, please remember homeowners are responsible for the area behind and around your property.
Be a part of a great neighborhood. Looking forward to hearing from you!
Building the Rancho Sereno Neighborhood Association Email List
Please email Debbie Cox firstname.lastname@example.org and let her know your mailing address and the email address(es) where you would like to receive neighborhood news. Debbie does an excellent job of keeping us all up to date with important news. Thanks Debbie!
Please clean up after your furry friends while walking in the neighborhood. Thank you!
Please remember that weed control is the homeowner's responsibility on and around your property. Don't forget to trim low hanging branches over sidewalks as well. Please call 311 if you notice any areas that need improvement. Neighborhood dues help us with weed control in common areas. Thanks to our good neighbor Jan who has done a lot of neighborhood trimming and clean up along Rancho Milagro. We appreciate you!
6500 Coors Blvd NW, Albuquerque, NM 87120 505-897-8831
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Improvements to the Piedras Marcadas Park.
Paved parking and a path to the playground.