Neighborhood News 


Ladera Heights Neighborhood Association Meeting

October 24, 2018 - 6:00 pm

Ladera Golf Course Banquet Hall

Come and see what is going on and planned in our neighborhood.


Albuquerque Block Captains Association Fall Conference

The ABCA fall conference will be held on Saturday October 27, 2019. The event is co-sponsored by the Albuquerque Block Captains Assn, the Albuquerque Police Department and the Crime Prevention Unit. The Albuquerque Police Department encourages you to attend this conference. It will give you the opportunity to learn how to protect our neighborhoods and find out what is happening in our City. Registration begins at 8:00am and the conference begins at 9:00am, conference registration is FREE. It will take place at the Roger Hoisington Memorial Training Academy at 5412 2nd Street NW, (South of Montano, behind the APD Valley Substation). 

Everyone is welcome.


         2018 General Election (Absentee / Early Voting)
Absentee ballot applications are being accepted now until November 2nd, in of the following ways:
* Call (505) 243-VOTE (8683)
* Email your request to [email protected] 
*Download an absentee ballot application at        www.bernco.gov/absentee

Early voting for the Nov. 6, 2018 General Election, begins Saturday, October 20, 2018 ends Saturday, November 3, 2018.  Nearest location for Ladera Heights is at the West Bluff Shopping Center 5201 Ouray NW, Suite D-2  (Across from Home Depot).  Hours are Monday - Saturday 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.  
                     For County wide early voting locations :  https://www.bernco.gov/clerk/early-voting-locations.aspx

The 2018 General Election will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018 polls open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.


            October is National Cybersecurity Month 

Learn How to Protect Your Information.  As information hacks and data breaches become more common, it’s important to learn how to protect yourself and your family when online. Visit: https://www.dhs.gov/publication/stopthinkconnect-older-american-resources# to download a complete guide on what you can do to keep your information safe!


    Consumer Reports Provides Free Online Resources for                     Buying, Shopping, and Saving Money

Have you checked out Consumer Reports on the City’s Library website yet? This free online resource allows you to make better decisions about buying things like cars, TVs, appliances, electronics, and much more.  Money-saving tips, product reviews and recommendations, and buying suggestions are just part of what you can access with Consumer Reports. And all you need is your library card!  You can find this great online resource on the Library’s eResources and Databases page at: https://abqlibrary.org/az.php


     Water Utility Authority Reminds You to Cut Back on                         Landscape Watering In Autumn

With cooler temperatures upon us, it’s time to cut back on your landscape watering and irrigation. Follow the Water by the Numbers program, and cut back your watering to 2 days per week. Cooler nights mean less evaporation and less watering is needed! If it rains, you can skip one of your watering days, too! To learn more about the Water by the Numbers program, visit:       www.abcwua.org/Water_by_the_Numbers.aspx


                                Wood Burning Restrictions 

In Effect October Through February.  The Environmental Health Department reminds residents that wood burning restrictions go into effect October 1 through February 28. The Department will issue burn restrictions as needed each day based on daily pollution levels, weather patterns, air movement, and temperatures. Before you burn, make sure there are no restrictions by calling 768-BURN (2876) or by signing up for alerts at: www.cabq.gov/airquality/todays-status


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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