• May 31, Special Commission Meeting
• June 14 Commission Meeting
• June 28: Commission Meeting
The City of Aztec would like to thank Larry Turk for his years of service at the Aztec Ruins National Park. Mr. Turk was a wonderful citizen who was actively involved in the community and through his collaborative skills worked with the City in developing the trail connectivity between the Aztec Ruins and Historic Main Ave.
Water Shut-off - Thursday May 26
The contractor working for the City to replace the water line under the Hampton Arroyo is ready to tie the new line into the existing water main under the edge of Hwy 550. The tie in will begin on Thursday, May 26 at 8 am and could last several hours as city crews team with the contractor to finish the work as quickly as possible. The tie in may be completed by noon but customers are advised to plan for the water to be off until later in the afternoon. The City asks for your indulgence during this important water main repair. Affected areas include businesses and homes on the east side of Hwy 550 between Hwy 173 and N. Rio Grande. Affected customers should take remedial measures in advance. These precautionary plans could be stocking up on drinking water and storage of water in containers to use to flush your toilet. Please contact the Public Works Department at 334-7660 if you have questions or require assistance during this process.
City Offices Closed - Monday May 30
City Offices will be closed Monday, May 30th in observance of Memorial Day.
City Wide Power Outage - June 2 & 3, 2016
A city wide power outage is scheduled on Thursday, June 2, 2016, 10:00 p.m. until Friday, June 3, 2016, 6:00 a.m. The outage will affect ALL City of Aztec electric customers.
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Kokopelli and Hampton Arroyo Flood Study
AECOM has recently conducted a public meeting on the Kokopelli Subdivision and Hampton Arroyo flood study.
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➠ Preliminary Flood Models
Residential Curb-Side Trash Pickup
As an ongoing effort to make our City a safe place to walk and collection services more efficient carts must be place in the gutter, with wheels against the curb. Carts should be at least three feet (3') apart and at least six feet (6') from parked vehicles. Carts should NEVER be placed on the sidewalk.
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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