Safest Places in New Mexico

Aztec is ranked #6 as the safest place in New Mexico.
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Most Beautiful Towns in New Mexico

Aztec is ranked in the top 10 most beautiful towns in New Mexico.
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The City of Aztec has created An account with Public Surplus (wwww.publicsurplus.com). This is an on-line auction website for public surplus.


Upcoming Commission Meetings

• July 26: Commission Meeting
• August 9: Commission Meeting
• August 23: Commission Meeting

Sewer Outfall Project (Western Dr / Oliver Dr Update - Thursday July 28)

The Aztec Public Works Department will be holding a Public Information Meeting on Thursday July 28 from 5:00 to 6:00 pm to answer questions regarding the up-coming Sewer Outfall project and construction in Western Dr / Oliver Dr areas. Some access restrictions are possible. The City is offering residents with homes fronting Western Drive between Swire and Western Circle a few days/nights away from home in a local hotel to ease local traffic conflicts during construction. There are some restrictions to the offer. Please come to the meeting and discuss the option with the City Engineer/Public Works Director. The project will get started August 1, 2016 when the contractor mobilizes equipment to the area. Construction will begin August 8, 2016 at the Waste Water Treatment Plant. The project will work east from there and progress is expected to take the project to Western Drive area by September / October of 2016. WESTERN DRIVE RESIDENTS WILL BE AFFECTED and are encouraged to attend. The City Engineer/Public Works Director will be present to explain the project and construction process and help you with a decision to accept the hotel stay if you are interested.

Street Closure - Church & Chaco Intersection

Beginning July 18, 2016, Church Ave. will be closed at the intersection of Chaco St. for the installation of a valley gutter for drainage. Construction of the drainage structure is expected to last a week followed by the closure of Chaco between Church and Main for pavement repair. Only local access is allowed during this 2 week construction period. Please call the Public Works Department at (505)334-7660 if you have questions regarding these closures.

Kokopelli and Hampton Arroyo Flood Study

AECOM has recently conducted a public meeting on the Kokopelli Subdivision and Hampton Arroyo flood study.
  • ➠ Review Their Presentation (1.3 MB)
  • ➠ Preliminary Flood Models

  • 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


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