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COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT OFFICE CLOSURECommunity Development will be closed tomorrow from 7 am - 6 pm for training, reopening 7 am Wednesday, June 19.
MINIUM SPLASH & PLAY WATER PARKThe splash park at Minium Park has opened. Starting May 1st, hours of operation will be from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm.
PROJECTS IN CONSTRUCTION
Airport Water Tank Replacement
Construction of the new water tank located at the Municipal Airport is underway. This project is to replace the existing water tank at the airport with a 500,000 gallon water storage tank. It is estimated that the tank construction will be completed and operational by August 2013. In addition, this project would complete a 12" water distribution main from the North Oliver Pump Station to the new tank. Once the new tank is operational, the old tank will be drained, condition assessed, and if feasible refurbished and put back into operation. This would provide a total storage capacity of 750,000 gallons at the Airport.
Electric Substation Feeder RebuildWith NMDOT rebuilding the intersection of 516 (Aztec Blvd) and 574 (Lightplant Rd) this year, the City must remove and relocate the double circuit power line running along Light Plant Rd. All above ground utilities will be located underground.
Aztec Ruins National Monument Signage - Phase 2To improve the entrance to Ruins Rd and surrounding intersection medians as part of the Aztec Ruins Gateway. Phase 2 is underway with the stone facade work on the second monument wall. Once that is completed, lighting and sidewalk will be installed followed by signage similar to the first monument wall.
Median ImprovementsMedian improvements from Animas River to N Main Ave intersection. Improvements will include new street lighting, stamped concrete, brick work, turf and trees along the large median from A&W to Blake's Lotaburger.
Construction of Phoenix CtConstruction of Phoenix Ct off of Pepsi Way in the southern part of Aztec is underway again with installation of utilities, curb-gutter, sidewalks, and street paving.
For a complete list of projects this year, visit the Plans & Projects page.
ANNUAL PERFORMANCE PLANThe City Commission has established through Resolution a review process to measure goal acchievments of the City Manager and City Departments through an Annual Performance Plan. This plan lists various projects that departments will be doing throughout the fiscal year to accomplish the nine principal goals established by City Commission. agencies.
Read the Annual Performance Plan
Read the Commission Goals & Policies