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


Community Cleanup Week is April 21 – April 24. During this week residents can call the City’s Public Works Office (334-7660) to schedule curbside pickup of oversized objects for pickup. To learn more: Spring Fling Flyer
City Offices will be closed April 24th from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm so that City staff can participate in trash pick-up in various areas of the city. The Utility and MVD offices will be closed earlier at 11:00 am.


Community Development will be closed from 11:00 am Wednesday, April 30th until 7:00 am Monday, May 5th to attend the NMLZO (New Mexico League of Zoning Officials) Conference being held in Farmington.


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


The City of Aztec is now taking applications for various city positions! Job Description and Application.


The City will begin in May to conduct crack sealing on various City Streets. List of streets and map.


Aztec Blvd - 516/550

NMDOT will commence construction work on Aztec Blvd starting April 3 through May 26th. The work will involve making sidewalks ADA accessible at signaled intersections and paving crossovers / turn-lanes between east and west bound lanes. Work will be conducted by the contractor between the hours of 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Fridays to minimize traffic delays. Work on the Aztec Blvd and Light Plant Rd intersection will resume June 2, 2014.

North Pedestrian Bridge

Construction has resumed on the North Pedestrian Bridge which will enable pedestrian connection from downtown Aztec to the Aztec Ruins National Monument.

Blanco Sewer Line Relocation

The Blanco Sewer project has been under way since March 10. Street closures are part of the construction and will be changing weekly in the area of Blanco and Pollard/Arriba. Detours will be signed. Access to all residents will be maintained throughout construction which is anticipated to be about 120 calendar days. Cost of the project is $136,000. The project will locate a sewer main in the area into the Blanco Street right-of-way that is currently on private property. The main line has been completed, service lines still have to be done.

Reservoir # 3 Water Line Extension

The water main extension project is nearly complete. The project will upgrade the capability of the Navajo Pump Station to pump raw water directly into the Tiger Reservoir. Cost of the project is $96,000. The construction period is expected to be less than 45 days.

For a complete list of projects this year, visit the Plans & Projects page.

North Main Conceptual Input


The City of Aztec is wrapping up final design on the North Main Corridor. To learn more and view the conceptual, visit the Community Forum Website and provide your comments/input.


The 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


Eyes and Ears Program

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