Bernalillo County is holding a public meeting on Tuesday, April 16th, 6:00pm, at the Highland Theater. They are seeking community input on what cultural and historic treasures should be highlighted, promoted and preserved by County. This meeting will focus on the process of identifying potential arts and cultural districts in District 3, particularly Nob Hill and the International District, and how you can be involved in this project. (from Maggie Hart Stebbins, Bernalillo County Commissioner, District 3)
Next week there will be a series of public meetings discussing the new Central Complete Street planning effort to improve Central Avenue. The UHA encourages those with an interest in the plan to attend these meetings, as your schedule permits.
The following meetings will be held at the Heights Community Center, 823 Buena Vista Drive SE, 87106. Click here for a map.
February 27th, 6pm-8pm - public meeting to discuss the plan. February 28th, 9am-5pm - all day open workshop to discuss the pla... Continue reading...
The Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority has published a 2013 Xeriscape Calendar featuring helpful water conservation tips and breathtaking photographs by some of our area’s most renowned photographers.
The FREE calendar is now available from UHA. Pick one up at 105 Stanford SE or at the Annual Meeting on Sunday, January 27 at the Outpost Performance Space, 210 Yale SE.
From October 22nd at the Loma Linda Community Center, a second round of three public meetings took place for the Mid Region Council of Governments (MRCOG) UNM/CNM/Sunport Transit Study. A presentation was given about the study area background, expected future growth and development, the main goal and objectives of the study, and why a north-south transit link is so important to this largest activity center in the region.
Study organizers have received much input from local residents and other ...
The Albuquerque Police Officers Association (APOA) is asking for feedback from neighborhood residents about their experiences with APD policing and crime by filling out a survey. The survey is short and does not ask for any personal information.
If you'd like to help give feedback, you can access the survey at the link provided in the message below.
My name is Greg Weber and I am the president of the Albuquerque Police Officers Association (APOA) and we need your feedback.
The University Heights neighborhood has many residents and visitors who use bicycles to commute to work and school, and because of our proximity to UNM and the Bicycle Boulevard running through the neighborhood, we have many cyclists passing through our streets every day. As such bicycle safety issues are always important to our residents.
The City of Albuquerque has started publishing the Albuquerque Bike Safety Newsletter, a brief bi-monthly E-newsletter created to keep people informed abou... Continue reading...
The upcoming November 6 election is only a little more than 3 weeks away, so for those who choose to vote in this year's election and are currently registered to vote, and particularly for those interested in early voting, now is a good time to make sure you're up to date on the details for where and when to vote.
On Monday, July 16 at 11:02 a.m., UNM will test its emergency notification system including the sirens. Thesirens will sound for one minute followed by a short pause, then a one-minute all clear will sound.
The purpose of the sirens is to alert the campus community of an incident which may compromise the safety of people on campus. These types of incidents could include severe weather, environmental hazards or threat from an armed individual. When the sirens sound persons should seek shelter i... Continue reading...
A number of Water Utility Authority customers have received letters from a company called “Homeserve” in which they were asked to send payment to a PO Box in Santa Fe for supplemental insurance coverage of their in-ground water lines. A copy of the letter is attached.
The Water Authority is in no way associated with the Homeserve company and has recommended that anyone with doubts about their level of insurance coverage contact their own insurance company before purchasing supplemental...
The UNM Staff Council Environs Committee and Net Impact student group will host a free electronic waste recycling event on Saturday, 11/5/11 from 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. at UNM’s “E” parking lot near Girard Boulevard and Central Avenue NE. Items accepted at no charge include computers and computer related equipment such as monitors, printers, scanners, copiers, fax machines, phones, cell phones, rechargeable batteries, satellite television equipment, mice, keyboards, stereos and speakers.... Continue reading...
The University Heights Association (UHA) is the volunteer organization of people living, owning property, and working in the area bounded by Central on the north, Yale on the west, Garfield on the south, and Girard on the east.