Come Join us on Nextdoor!
Have you heard of Nextdoor yet? It is a social media site that allows you to communicate with those in your neighborhood. It is sort of like Facebook, but for the Neighborhood. It is very easy to navigate and it allows for all types of communication. From Public Safety, Crime Alerts, Suspcious Activity, Neighborhood Kids needing summer jobs, someone selling something etc. But just from our area. Here is a link to get started. You will already find several of your neighbors on here I bet. Give it a try. Next Door Neighborhood Ordinances - Click here for detailed information
When you are out enjoying an early morning or evening stroll, take along a small trash bag and pull a few weeds in your area. We have made huge strides in reducing weeds by having a bi-annual spraying done by a professional company, but we can kick it up a notch by just doing our part each and every day.
The parking of recreational vehicles (driveways or not) is prohibited
Mutt Mitt Stations Are Now Here!
Collection bags are at the three new doggie poop stations.
Please use them!
Volunteers pick up the bags for trash collection and re-supply the stations. Please do not leave dog droppings on the sidewalks, the trails, the rocks adjacent to sidewalks, etc. Be a responsible pet owner and considerate of the homeowners who must pick up dogie poop left by your dogs or the trail users who must sidestep the
The appearance of our neighborhood does send a message to visitors as to our willingness to tolerate graffiti, vandalism and/or mischief. So let’s all work together to keep our neighborhood clean and safe. Report graffiti by calling 311 or check the City of Albuquerque web site
Map view of our neighborhood.
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.
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.