Los Ranchos de Albuquerque

Los Ranchos de Albuquerque The municipality of Los Ranchos in the scenic North Rio Grande Valley.
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06/16/2021

The majority of us use harmful materials at work on a daily basis. Not properly disposing of them can lead to them running into the Rio Grande. Learn more about how you can do your part to take care of the Rio Grande at keeptheriogrand.org #keeptheriogrand #themoreyouknow

If you haven’t been vaccinated against COVID-19 yet, you can get vaccinated at your nearest COVID-19 vaccine event by Ju...
06/16/2021

If you haven’t been vaccinated against COVID-19 yet, you can get vaccinated at your nearest COVID-19 vaccine event by June 17 and receive $100!
Visit vaccinenm.org for more information.

Complete your vaccination by TOMORROW Thursday, June 17, and receive $100! 🎉

In order for the state to fully re-open by July 1 - we need your help - share this post with a friend or loved one who has yet to be vaccinated OR hasn't received their second shot of Pfizer or Moderna. Let them know that if they schedule their vaccine through http://vaccineNM.org by TOMORROW (06/17), that they will receive $100!

➡️ Schedule your vaccination TODAY at http://vaccinenm.org:

Clinics administering vaccines TODAY (06/16):

➡️ ABQ:

Expo NM – Tingley Coliseum
2 to 7 PM
Event Code: OYLRRO
Vaccines: Pfizer or J&J

National Hispanic Cultural Center
10 AM - 6 PM
Event Code: YYSLWO
Vaccine: Moderna

Westside Community Center
11 AM to 7 PM
Event Code: ZGSOHHS
Vaccines: Moderna or J&J

➡️ Aztec:

Aztec PHO
10 AM to 11 AM
Event Code: KRGYDND
Vaccine: J&J

➡️ Las Cruces:

Las Cruces Convention Center
9 AM to 2 PM
Event Code: LOKETH
Vaccines: Pfizer or J&J

➡️ Los Alamos:

Los Alamos High School
Starts at 12 PM
Event Code: QFCGZTO
Vaccine: Moderna

Los Alamos High School
Starts at 12 PM
Event Code: FREEDOM
Vaccine: J&J

➡️ Santa Fe:

Desert Sage Academy
12 PM to 6 PM
Event Code: CBBVRLY
Vaccines: Pfizer or J&J

➡️ Silver City:

Grant County PHO
8:00 to 9:30 AM
Event Code: BYYZZLL
Vaccine: J & J

🏆 All New Mexicans who have received at least one shot are also eligible for the Vax 2 the Max sweepstakes including a total of $10 million in cash prizes & other awards.

🏆 Already received your vaccine but want to opt into the sweepstakes? You can do that here: http://vax2themaxnm.org

➡️ What to bring to your appointment:

- Proof of residency (e.g. an identification card, pay stub or utility bill).
- Those who are receiving a second Pfizer or Moderna shot must provide a CDC vaccine card or other proof of vaccination that they have received a primary shot. New Mexicans can locate their vaccination records at http://vaxviewnm.org.
- For New Mexicans eligible to be vaccinated who are under 18 years old, a parent or guardian must be present to qualify for the $100.

Questions? Please call us at 1-855-600-3453

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Great job, Los Ranchos! In May we recycled 37 tons of cans, bottles, paper, and cardboard.
06/11/2021

Great job, Los Ranchos! In May we recycled 37 tons of cans, bottles, paper, and cardboard.

Great job, Los Ranchos! In May we recycled 37 tons of cans, bottles, paper, and cardboard.

Lane Closure - Intersection of Schulte Rd & 4th Street June 1 - 4 + Traffic Control June 8Crews will demolish sidewalk r...
05/28/2021

Lane Closure - Intersection of Schulte Rd & 4th Street June 1 - 4 + Traffic Control June 8

Crews will demolish sidewalk ramps and replace with curbing on the east and west side of 4th St at the intersection of Schulte June 1-4. Existing crosswalk striping will be eradicated with rolling traffic control behind the machinery June 8. The purpose of this work is to eliminate the double crosswalk that exists and to direct pedestrian crossings to the crosswalk at the signalized section of the intersection.

See the traffic control plan here or visit losranchosnm.gov/public-notices

It’s spring cleaning time. When you get around to rolling out the garden hoses, if you find any that are no longer funct...
05/19/2021

It’s spring cleaning time. When you get around to rolling out the garden hoses, if you find any that are no longer functional, remember that hoses should NEVER be put into curbside recycling carts. When hoses and wires find their way to a recycling processing facility they can get tangled up in the equipment and cause safety issues, damage and production delays.

To contact Waste Management visit https://www.wm.com/location/new-mexico/nm/index.jsp.

It’s spring cleaning time. When you get around to rolling out the garden hoses, if you find any that are no longer functional, remember that hoses should NEVER be put into curbside recycling carts. When hoses and wires find their way to a recycling processing facility they can get tangled up in the equipment and cause safety issues, damage and production delays.

To contact Waste Management visit https://www.wm.com/location/new-mexico/nm/index.jsp.

05/17/2021

Mayor Donald T. Lopez preparing for the blessing of the waters on the Acequia and fields at the Agri-Nature Center May 15th, 2021.

With spring definitely in the air and school letting out soon, more kids will be at home and playing outside. Please tea...
05/13/2021

With spring definitely in the air and school letting out soon, more kids will be at home and playing outside. Please teach children to play smart. Wave to drivers from the safe distance of the driveway or sidewalk. It’s important to always keep a minimum safety buffer of at least 15 feet from trucks operating in the neighborhood. A child may be able to see the driver, but help them learn that the driver may not see them.

To contact Waste Management visit https://www.wm.com/location/new-mexico/nm/index.jsp.

With spring definitely in the air and school letting out soon, more kids will be at home and playing outside. Please teach children to play smart. Wave to drivers from the safe distance of the driveway or sidewalk. It’s important to always keep a minimum safety buffer of at least 15 feet from trucks operating in the neighborhood. A child may be able to see the driver, but help them learn that the driver may not see them.

To contact Waste Management visit https://www.wm.com/location/new-mexico/nm/index.jsp.

Great job, Los Ranchos! In April we recycled 43 tons of cans, bottles, paper, and cardboard.
05/11/2021

Great job, Los Ranchos! In April we recycled 43 tons of cans, bottles, paper, and cardboard.

Great job, Los Ranchos! In April we recycled 43 tons of cans, bottles, paper, and cardboard.

Remembering Mayor Abraham, May 6, 2018
05/06/2021

Remembering Mayor Abraham, May 6, 2018

Remembering Mayor Abraham, May 6, 2018

Be sure the lids of curbside waste and recycling carts are completely closed. This helps keep materials from falling out...
05/01/2021

Be sure the lids of curbside waste and recycling carts are completely closed. This helps keep materials from falling out of the cart when serviced. Over-filled and overflowing carts can cause a mess as well as be a safety hazard. Make an added effort to break down and compact materials before putting them into carts to ensure the most efficient use the available space inside. Finally, remember to place carts with the wheels touching the curb rather than leaving them on a driveway or out in the street.

To contact Waste Management visit https://www.wm.com/location/new-mexico/nm/index.jsp.

Be sure the lids of curbside waste and recycling carts are completely closed. This helps keep materials from falling out of the cart when serviced. Over-filled and overflowing carts can cause a mess as well as be a safety hazard. Make an added effort to break down and compact materials before putting them into carts to ensure the most efficient use the available space inside. Finally, remember to place carts with the wheels touching the curb rather than leaving them on a driveway or out in the street.

To contact Waste Management visit https://www.wm.com/location/new-mexico/nm/index.jsp.

04/29/2021

Mayor Don Lopez observing the first irrigation at the Village of Los Ranchos Agri-Nature Center fields.

Caps on or off? It’s your choice when you recycle a plastic bottle. Either way is acceptable. However, never recycle jus...
04/24/2021

Caps on or off? It’s your choice when you recycle a plastic bottle. Either way is acceptable. However, never recycle just the plastic cap. Bottle caps alone are too small to recover during the sorting process. And remember to pour out any liquids before putting the bottle in the recycling bin.

To contact Waste Management visit https://www.wm.com/location/new-mexico/nm/index.jsp.

Caps on or off? It’s your choice when you recycle a plastic bottle. Either way is acceptable. However, never recycle just the plastic cap. Bottle caps alone are too small to recover during the sorting process. And remember to pour out any liquids before putting the bottle in the recycling bin.

To contact Waste Management visit https://www.wm.com/location/new-mexico/nm/index.jsp.

El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro National Historic Trail Development Concept Plan is being developed, which includes loc...
04/23/2021

El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro National Historic Trail Development Concept Plan is being developed, which includes locations in Los Ranchos!

There is an on-going public comment period and we encourage you to submit your feedback. For more information visit www.camino-bernco.com

We need your help! City of Albuquerque Parks and Recreation, Bernalillo County NM, The University of New Mexico - UNM, and the National Park Service are developing a conceptual plan for preservation and public use of the El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro National Historic Trail. Visit www.camino-bernco.com to learn more and join the process. #OneAlbuquerque

Great job, Los Ranchos! In March we recycled 130 tons of cans, bottles, paper, and cardboard.
04/15/2021

Great job, Los Ranchos! In March we recycled 130 tons of cans, bottles, paper, and cardboard.

Great job, Los Ranchos! In March we recycled 130 tons of cans, bottles, paper, and cardboard.

Photos from NMSU Department of Extension Animal Sciences and Natural Resources's post
04/01/2021

Photos from NMSU Department of Extension Animal Sciences and Natural Resources's post

03/29/2021

The on-line school garden conference starts this week! Its not too late to register.

https://www.aps.edu/coordinated-school-health/school-gardens/documents/SchoolGardenConferenceProgramRegistration.pdf

03/27/2021
Farm Infrastructure Project Ribbon Cutting

Mayor of Los Ranchos, Donald T. Lopez, cuts the ribbon on the Farm Infrastructure Project funded through the Albuquerque Community Foundation. Joining him from left to right: Chef Jon Young, Hannah Bernhart, and Alyssa Castanon who were leads on the design and implementaion of the project.

Today we celebrated the Albuquerque Community Foundation grant for the completion of our farm infrastructure project at ...
03/27/2021

Today we celebrated the Albuquerque Community Foundation grant for the completion of our farm infrastructure project at the Ag Center. We were happy to celebrate with the team who were involved in the project including the village, NMSU and project leads Chef Jon Young, and two UNM sustainability students Alyssa Castanon and Hannah Bernhart who planned, designed and built the project. Mayor Donald T. Lopez cut the ribbon on the project. We are grateful to the Albuquerque Community Foundation for the grant and to everyone involved in the project.

Great work being done by our awesome volunteers cleaning the Rio Grande Boulevard. Thank you.
03/26/2021

Great work being done by our awesome volunteers cleaning the Rio Grande Boulevard. Thank you.

Great work being done by our awesome volunteers cleaning the Rio Grande Boulevard. Thank you.

03/24/2021

⛔️ATTENTION FARMERS⛔️

We are looking for farmers in New Mexico and Arizona growing 10-30 acres of produce in order to conduct our research. We have organized a meeting on March 31 at 9am to discuss the details of our research. Below you will find a registration link so you are able to register easily. We are trying to reach out and spread the word!

The objectives of this research:
1. Provide growers of fresh produce with market intelligence and planning tools to reach the most profitable markets at the right time with the right product with the least amount of waste;
2. Develop automated decision support tools that allow the virtual aggregation of growers’ crops and resources to efficiently reach the final consumer and identify market opportunities;
3. Provide an assessment of the profitability and associated risks associated with the identified opportunities to improve profits.
Feel free to share the invitation with any other niche produce growers you know.

Again, our first meeting will be held March 31, 2021 @ 9 am via a Zoom link.
Registration Link:
https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=qIfso7ifWEG6j_EbrOHrqs4p8GOsihREoxzTJWHC7hJUNExRNlI0RFIxR0RKM0VUU0lSOTYxVjlNVC4u
COMPLETE REGISTRATION LINK TO REGISTER!

03/22/2021

DETERMINING AMOUNTS OF FERTILIZER FOR SMALL AREAS (http://nmsu.life/ae): Fertilizers can promote vigorous growth of plants and good production. However, fertilizing will not correct problems with pH, salinity, or sodium in soils. Successful gardening begins with soil testing in order to get the most out of your dollar for fertilizer. Timing fertilizer applications will be important once a recommended fertilizer rate is determined from the soil test. Also read, “Appropriate Analyses for New Mexico Soils” http://nmsu.life/af.

(Photo of a vegetable garden © Hannah Babiak, Dreamstime.com. Used with permission.)

The Spring Farm Camp with Explora starts this morning and runs til Friday at the Ag Center. We hope the kids have an enj...
03/22/2021

The Spring Farm Camp with Explora starts this morning and runs til Friday at the Ag Center. We hope the kids have an enjoyable experience learning agriculture and STEM.

Recycling Fact: U.S. manufacturers that make beverage cans from recycled aluminum save more than 90 percent of the energ...
03/20/2021

Recycling Fact: U.S. manufacturers that make beverage cans from recycled aluminum save more than 90 percent of the energy required to make cans from new raw materials.

And aluminum is endlessly recyclable. That means every can properly recycled is able to be reused again and again and again. To properly recycle beverage cans, empty each can fully and drop them loosely into a recycling cart.

To contact Waste Management visit https://www.wm.com/location/new-mexico/nm/index.jsp

Recycling Fact: U.S. manufacturers that make beverage cans from recycled aluminum save more than 90 percent of the energy required to make cans from new raw materials.

And aluminum is endlessly recyclable. That means every can properly recycled is able to be reused again and again and again. To properly recycle beverage cans, empty each can fully and drop them loosely into a recycling cart.

To contact Waste Management visit https://www.wm.com/location/new-mexico/nm/index.jsp

New growth emerging on our hops plants at the Ag Center.
03/19/2021

New growth emerging on our hops plants at the Ag Center.

New growth emerging on our hops plants at the Ag Center.

03/18/2021

Join us for our free beginner vegetable gardening classes! This class is open to anyone who lives in New Mexico.

There are two options available:

Tuesday mornings
April 20th - May 25th
10:00-11:30 AM

Wednesday afternoons
April 21st - May 26th
4:00 - 5:30 PM

Sign up at: https://ican.nmsu.edu/seedtosupper

The Village of Los Ranchos is seeking applications for an Agricultural Program Manager.This position promotes the growth...
03/18/2021

The Village of Los Ranchos is seeking applications for an Agricultural Program Manager.

This position promotes the growth and improves the viability and sustainability of agricultural operations in the Village. The Agriculture Program Manager encourages growth through education, research and development of agriculture endeavors.

For a complete job description and application, please visit www.losranchosnm.gov/jobs. Position closes Friday, March 26, 2021, 5:00 p.m.

The Village of Los Ranchos is seeking applications for an Agricultural Program Manager.

This position promotes the growth and improves the viability and sustainability of agricultural operations in the Village. The Agriculture Program Manager encourages growth through education, research and development of agriculture endeavors.

For a complete job description and application, please visit www.losranchosnm.gov/jobs. Position closes Friday, March 26, 2021, 5:00 p.m.

Address

6718 Rio Grande Blvd NW
Los Ranchos De Albuquerque, NM
87107

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00

Telephone

(505) 344-6582

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