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Ranked in the Top 10 Most Safest Places in New MexicoOn movoto.com Aztec was ranked #6 as the most safest place in New Mexico (Read the Full Article)
Ranked in the Top 10 Most Beautiful Towns in New MexicoOn theculturetrip.com Aztec was ranked in the top 10 most beautiful towns in New Mexico (Read the Full Article)
City of Aztec Announces Storm Debris Cleanup LocationsIn response to the unprecedented severe rain storm that caused widespread damage to trees and flooding across the City of Aztec, city crews have been working to restore power and to clear debris from city streets. The City has made available two (2) storm debris drop-off locations for Aztec City residents.
- Beginning on Thursday, August 27, 2015 dumpsters will be available behind the Aztec Public Library, 319 S. Ash Street, Aztec, NM.
- Beginning on Friday, August 28, 2015 dumpsters will be available in Riverside Park, 1212 Riverside Drive, Aztec, NM.
Economic Development SurveyThe City of Aztec adopted its last Economic Development Plan in 2010 and is currently reviewing it for revisions. The Community & Economic Development Department is leading the effort with support from the city's Economic Development Advisory Board (EDAB). The public is invited to offer insight and comment in the planning process. There is also a general comment section for the public to identify or speak about Economic Development issues that were not included in the survey.
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Road ClosureThe Aztec Public Works Department will be closing Church Ave between Mesa Verde and Zia Tuesday, August 12, 2015 for 2 weeks to construct drainage improvements starting at noon today to construct drainage improvements at Zia. Access to Church Ave north of the Mesa Verde intersection is restricted to local residents only.
FREE Legal FairThere will be a Legal Fair for FREE legal advice held at the San Juan Couty District Courthouse on Friday, September 25 from Noon to 7:00 pm.
Vandalism of YCC ProjectThe City of Aztec is seeking your help in identifying the person who vandalized the new YCC art mural located beneath the 516 bridge. If you have any information, please contact the Aztec Police Department at 334-7601. The City would appreciate your help in catching this individual who has little respect for the beautification projects our YCC work so hard on.
City of Aztec Endorses Water/Sewer Service Line Warranty ProgramYour City Commission wanted to share the results of the National League of Cities research with its homeowners. So, letters were mailed out by Service Line Warranties of America(SLWA) for the sole purpose of providing program information. Homeowners who wish to learn more about this program or want to enroll are encouraged to contact SLWA directly at the number provided in your letter. Homeowners who are not interested in these services may disregard the letter entirely. In these difficult economic times, the City Commission felt it was important to educate residents that they are responsible for the service lines on their property and to also inform you that there was a program offered through a reputable company that could potentially save you a lot of money. To find out more about this program, please visit SLWA's website at www.SLWofA.com or call them directly at 1-866-922-9006.
Water Quality ReportThe annual water quality report is now available for 2014. Learn more about the City's Water and Read the Report.
Remember Me BricksAztec 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
PUBLIC AUCTIONThe City of Aztec has created n account with Public Surplus - wwww.publicsurplus.com. This is an on-line auction website for public surplus. Feel free to register as a buyer on this website. The City posted its first Aztec Auction in April of 2015 and will list surplus items monthly.
AZTEC VISION PLAN
|The City of Aztec Commission adopted a Vision Plan in 2014. 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. Read more and learn about the vision of our citizens: Aztec Vision Plan|
NORTH MAIN CORRIDOR
|The conceptual and engineer design for the North main Corridor is complete.
View the North Main Corridor Design (PDF 4.5MB).
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