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. Send the membership form you received in the newsletter to PO Box 65990, Albuquerque, NM 87193. You can also download the membership form here.
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!
Mail Theft Be safe, get your mail from mailboxes every day. Mailboxes across the city are vandalized and broken into everyday. Protect yourself and collect your mail as soon as possible.
Bee Friendly Weed Killer
Recently our neighborhood has become concerned about the toxins that are killing bees. Nearly 1/3 of all honey bees have died in recent years. Bees pollinate the foods we eat. Read more about why this is a problem.
You can call the city at 311 and request to not have the weedkiller Roundup sprayed in our neighborhood.
Piedras Marcadas Dam Storm Drain The Piedras Marcadas Dam Storm Drain Inlet Water Quality Structures were built in 2014 to capture trash and debris from the storm drains before the water enters the dam pool. These storm drains collect water from the surrounding neighborhoods. These facilities will continue to function even with trash in the capture basin. This trash retention results in decreased maintenance costs for the dam. If you have any questions regarding the Piedras Marcadas Dam or the Inlet Water Quality Structures, please feel free to contact AMAFCA at 884-2215.