Neighborhood News


                     Ladera Heights Neighborhood Cleanup                    It's that time of year.   As the City advertises, company is coming for the Balloon Fiesta.   So in conjunction with Solid Waste, let's clean up Ladera Heights.  We will be at the corner of St Josephs & Ladera on Saturday September 28th from 8:00 - 11:00 a.m.  We will have trash bags, gloves, donuts and water for our volunteers.   Only those items that can fit in a trash bag will be picked up by City personnel.   NO large items such as refrigerators, furniture, etc.    All properly bagged trash will be picked up by the City by 11:30 a.m. from the median at St. Josephs & Ladera.     Please join us in cleaning up our neighborhood.   See you on Saturday the 28th.

             Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta  

                                 Oct 5-13, 2019

For nine days in October the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta® creates an enchanted world of special shape balloon rodeos, twilight balloon glows, and vibrant balloon-filled skies.
Brisk autumnal mornings in the Rio Grande Valley create an otherworldly backdrop for the breathtaking majesty of our most popular event, Mass Ascension of the Albuquerque International

Order your tickets early and save time in the line!
Tickets are on sale now!  You may order direct by calling 1-855-725-1824.  General Admission Tickets
$10.00 per person per session* (13 years and older)
*One Session is all Morning activities or all Evening activities
*General Admission Tickets are good for any session, any day
* Daily event schedule - https://balloonfiesta.com/Event-Schedule

General Admission Tickets may also be purchased at the gate when entering Balloon Fiesta. Single Session General Admission Tickets and Five Packs of Tickets may also be purchased in the Balloon Fiesta Gift Shop or by visiting our our website :

https://www.festivalticketing.com/boxoffice/?cref=DADF417B-068F-4935-8D61-DEAC4C33DDC7


                 Apollo Exhibit - Many Inspired Steps
    New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science
                         1801 Mountain Rd NW

Tuesday, September 17, 2019 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday, September 18, 2019 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday, September 19, 2019 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Friday, September 20, 2019 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

                 Price: Free —Free with Museum admissions
In the Space Science Wing • Open now to January 2020 In celebration of the first moon landing, the exhibit contains photos and descriptions of Apollo 11 mission, Apollo Memorabilia, popular books/magazines published at the time, and official NASA publications, including maps and images used for Apollo 11 planning. FREE with Museum admission.


                  Bernalillo County Sheriff's Office
            September Issue of the "Communicator"

                    Neighborhood Engagement Process 
(NEP) was established as a process to collect community input on the elements that can be integrated in the update of the Neighborhood Association Recognition Ordinance (NARO).  We need your involvement and your voice. What do you see as the future of the relationship between ONC and neighborhood associations? What is the identity and purpose of your association? Send your ideas, suggestions and thoughts to: [email protected]

                            Foster Grandparent Program 
Do you know a senior citizen who wants to be more involved with our community? Why not suggest they become a Foster Grandparent? Administered through the Department of Senior Affairs, this program matches volunteers ages 55+ with children in need of tutoring and mentoring. These senior volunteers provide assistance with reading and math, social development, and assist younger students with school readiness. This terrific program is always in need of volunteers, so if you or someone you know would like to become a Foster Grandparent, contact Maria Requa at: [email protected] to learn more. 

City Web Pages  Make It Easier to Request Services
Some City Departments have added self-reporting tools on their websites to make it easier for citizens to report crime, request help and services in their neighborhoods. Below are four self-reporting pages to make it easier for you to connect!


   Make a Difference In The Safety of Your Neighborhood
                      Start a Neighborhood Watch 
Neighborhood Watch is one of the oldest, cheapest, and most successful personal and home safety programs you can take part in.  What is most amazing is that you simply get to know your neighbors!  While it is not a new or novel idea, knowing your neighbors can statistically increase your own personal safety, and the safety of your family!  Sounds like a win-win situation to all of us!  
You and your neighbors can connect in person, via-email, via Facebook, via NextDoor.com or any other numbers of ways to talk with each other and ensure that we're all safe in our homes and neighborhoods.  
Want to know how to start one?  Click "Contact Us" at the top of the screen, send us a email and we'll help get you going.  Remember we're all neighbors.  
                                            
             



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