NOTIFICATIONS

North Pedestrian Bridge

Ribbon cutting and grand opening of the bridge and trail is scheduled for this Saturday, November 1, 2014 at 12:00 noon at the bridge location. Watch the video of the bridge construction.

Business Holiday Lighting Contest

The City will be featuring our commercial businesses this year in a Holiday Season Lighting Contest. All business that participate will receive a $75 credit on their utility bill to encourage all of our businesses to participate. If that wasn't enough, there will also be a judged competition to determine the top 3 winners for best decorations. Learn More and Register

Downtown Aztec

The City of Aztec will be working in downtown Aztec over the next few weeks to prep our planters for the winter season. We are in the process now of cleaning out the planters, repairing irrigation and preparing for the winter. We will be blowing out irrigation lines over the next couple of weeks preparing for freezing weather. We will also be adding compost and mulching the beds. We have removed most of the vegetation out of the beds and plan to place 3-4 anchor shrubs in each bed to provide color but to also alleviate some of the maintenance issues that we have experienced. Our goal is to create cleaner and neater boxes for the upcoming spring season. We will also be working to removed stumps and sprouts from our trees to ensure proper growth and maintenance. We appreciate your cooperation during this process and look forward to a beautiful spring season in Downtown Aztec!

MVD Closed

The Aztec Motor Vehicle Division is reminding customers that the Aztec Office located at 201 West Chaco will be closed all day on Tuesday, November 4, 2014, to replace computer equipment. The office will reopen on Wednesday, November 5, 2014 at 7 a.m.

Utility Scam

The City of Aztec is warning its electric customers of a utility scam. Some customers have received calls informing them their electric service will be disconnected if they do not pay an amount immediately. During these calls they are being asked to provide personal information or put money on a prepaid card. The City of Aztec will never call you to tell you will be disconnected if you don't pay immediately. If a representative from the City of Aztec contacts you for any reason, we will always identify ourselves. We will never call and ask you to provide personal or financial information over the phone. If you are uncomfortable about the call, please hang up and call our office at (505) 334-7670, to verify that it was indeed the City of Aztec making the call.

Remember Me Bricks

Aztec High School graduates have the opportunity to purchase a 4-inch by 8-inch brick and have it custom engraved and then built into a permanent structure at one of the City's parks. Location will be determined by the City of Aztec and will be dependent upon scheduled park improvements and/or projects. For examples, visit Tiger Park kiosks or Riverside Park bridge stage. Remember Me Brick Form

AZTEC VISION PLAN

Aztec Vision Plan 2014 The City of Aztec Commission has recently adopted the Aztec Vision Plan. For this Plan, the City drew ideas and inspiration from our local citizens and has worked to stay true to their needs, their criticisms, their aspirations and their visions of the future. City Commissioners will be going throughout the community in the coming weeks to deliver the City of Aztec Vision Plan door to door. In addition the Commissioners will be available for questions or they can simply deliver the plan to you and let you delve into it on your own. Read more and learn about the vision of our citizens: Aztec Vision Plan

NORTH MAIN CORRIDOR

North Main Conceptual Input The conceptual and engineer design for the North main Corridor is complete.
View the North Main Corridor Design (PDF 2.0MB).

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