Neighborhood News


           Memorial Day Closures for City Government

Memorial Day will be observed Monday, May 27 and most City offices will be closed. There will be no bus or Sun Van service, all community centers, health and social service centers, and senior centers will be closed; all libraries will be closed; and the Albuquerque Museum, the Balloon Museum and the Open Space Visitors Center will all be closed. However, there will be regular trash and recycle pick-up, the Albuquerque BioPark and all City swimming pools will be open, and City golf courses will be open. For a complete list of City services that will be available on Memorial Day and what services will not be available, visit: http://www.cabq.gov/holiday/news/memorial-day-information


                         APD Summer Camp Fearless 

                    Now Accepting Youth Registration

Do you have a kid between the ages of 9 and 13? Enroll them in Camp Fearless 2019! This annual program, hosted and conducted by the Albuquerque Police Department (APD), is an opportunity for the youth in our community to engage firsthand with public safety members, participate in many fun activities, and take day trips around the City. Each camp is five weeks long and will be open to the first 40 kids who register. To apply online, visit:https://www.cabq.gov/police/programs/summer-camp-fearless


       Free Adult Learning Resources Available Online

Did you know our Albuquerque Bernalillo County Public Library offers a wealth of educational and learning resources not just for kids but for adults as well? There are self-directed courses, Diploma and GED resources, courses on Computer Basics and how to use social media, and so much more! And all you need is a library card! To learn more about these amazing free resources available to the public, visit: https://abqlibrary.org/adultlearning



  Senior Affairs Offers Free Services for Older Residents

Did you know that the Department of Senior Affairs offers a wide range of free services for the older residents in Albuquerque? From transportation to home services to food delivery, these services play a vital role in keeping our senior citizens healthy and connected to their community. To see a complete listing of services offered by Senior Affairs, visit: http://www.cabq.gov/seniors/senior-services


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

                        Free Lunches for Eligible Children 
                            During Summer Months

Did you know the City provides free lunch to kids ages 1-18 during the summer months? Many children don’t have access to a regular meal when school is not in session, so the Food Service Program for Children fills this essential need. Over 12,000 meals are served daily at qualifying community centers, schools, city parks, apartment complexes, mobile home parks, churches, health facilities and non-profit organizations. To learn more about this terrific program or to suggest a new meal site in your neighborhood, contact Henry Saavedra, Program Coordinator, at (505) 767-5811 or:[email protected]


        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!

                                               
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 

http://www.cabq.gov/police/crime-prevention-safety/starting-a-neighborhood-watch


 

  


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