Neighborhood News 

            Free Citizen and Consumer Trainings Available 
            Through The Office of the Attorney General
Did you know that the Office of the Attorney General offers many free trainings and workshops to the public? These trainings range from Internet Safety and Cyber Bullying to Financial Literacy to Suicide Awareness and Prevention, and many more. For information on what trainings are coming up and how to register, visit:

City Online Services Offer Numerous Convenient Services

Do you need to find your trash pick-up day, report graffiti, find a lost pet or adopt a new one, or even pay a parking ticket? You can do all of this online! The City offers numerous online services to make interacting with your civic government much easier! Visit: to see all of the resources available to you!

            Rail Runner Offers Free Rides for Seniors 

Each Wednesday Through September senior citizens ride the Rail Runner for free.  Visit: for more information.

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Start a Neighborhood Watch on Your Block

Fight crime in your block: consider starting a Neighborhood Watch on your block.  This is one of the best ways to reduce crime and get to know your neighbors at the same time.  Contact LHNA and we will assist you in starting a Neighborhood Watch in conjunction with the Albuquerque Police Department.  Once you have set up your Neighborhood Watch Ladera Heights Neighborhood Association will pay for the Neighborhood Watch signs.  Take an active role in creating a safer more secure neighborhood by organizing a Neighborhood Watch on your block. 

Guidelines for starting a Neighborhood Watch



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