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Safest Places in New Mexico
Aztec is ranked #6 as the safest place in New Mexico.
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.
• June 28: Commission Meeting
• July 12: Commission Meeting
• July 26: Commission Meeting
Mulberry Street Closure (June 20, 2016)
Mulberry Street will be closed between Swire and Newman beginning Monday, June 20, 2016 for road repair that crosses the street. Residents may access the neighborhood from via Western Drive to Newman Construction is expected to last 2 weeks. Please call the Public Works Department at (505)334-7660 if you have questions regarding this closure.
Arnold Drive Closure (June 27, 2016)
Arnold Drive will be closed at Mesa Drive beginning Monday, June 27, 2016 for construction of a valley gutter that crosses the street. Residents may access the neighborhood from the newly constructed valley gutter at Crandall Drive. Construction is expected to last 2 weeks.
Please call the Public Works Department at (505)334-7660 if you have questions regarding this closure.
Crandall Drive Closure (June 14 - 28, 2016)
Crandall Drive will be closed at Mesa Drive beginning Tuesday, June 14, 2016 for construction of a valley gutter that crosses the street. Residents may access the neighborhood from Arnold Drive. Construction is expected to last 2 weeks. The Public Works Department wishes to express our appreciation to the local residents during this period of inconvenience. We appreciate your cooperation and patience during the up-coming construction period. Thank you for your interest in safety and the growth of the City.
Adult Abuse Awareness Month
The Aztec Senior Center will be having a meeting on June 29, 2016 for citizens to meet various organizations who deal with adult abuse.
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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.
➠ 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