Help Stop Illegal Dumping Albuquerque


Want to help keep your neighborhood looking clean and free of debris? Report illegal dumping to Bernalillo County! Illegal dumping is a problem citywide, but there are things all of us can do to help. Firstly, don’t illegally dump! It might not seem like a big deal, but illegally dumped items like rubber tires can negatively affect groundwater and cause illness in humans and animals. Secondly, if you see it, report it! Call Bernalillo County at (505) 314-0310. To learn more about how you can help combat illegal dumping, visit:

Marketing Campaign for Route 66 Survey


Dear ABQ Resident and Neighborhood Association Member,

As the holidays are upon us and the new year approaches in these uncertain times, please allow me first to say I hope you and yours are doing well and staying safe. 

My Name is Carlos Contreras. I am part of a current project led by two great local firms: RK Venture and Marketing Solutions, they are delving into the creative process of what will be a marketing campaign for Route 66 on behalf of  the City of Albuquerque.

These creatives and their respective businesses are accepting the invitation and opportunity to help the people of Albuquerque, our neighborhoods, and their residents along Central – and within the Route 66 corridor. 

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Solid Waste Management Offering Christmas Tree Recycling


Solid Waste Management Offering Christmas Tree Recycling 
The Solid Waste Management Department, Parks and Recreation, and PNM will recycle real Christmas Trees for FREE at three separate locations in Albuquerque starting Monday, December 28, 2020. No artificial trees will be accepted.  Trees may be dropped off between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday, December 28, 2020 through Sunday, January 10, 2021 at the following locations:

  • Montessa Park Convenience Center, 3512 Los Picaros SE, 873-6607
  • Eagle Rock Convenience Center, 6301 Eagle Rock NE, 857-8318
  • Ladera Golf Course, 3401 Ladera Dr NW, 836-4449

Please remove all bags, tree stands, decorations and lights from trees before dropping them off to be mulched. Limit 5 trees per
resident, no commercial customers. For more information call 311, TTY 711, or visit

Get Winter Irrigation and Landscaping Tips from the ABCWUA


If you are wondering how much to water your trees during abnormally dry winter, Water Authority’s landscape experts can help answer this question and other landscape and irrigation questions. The Water Authority offers FREE personalized email consultations on topics related to sustainable, desert friendly landscaping and irrigation practices. Simply e-mail: and include pictures of your yard, plants and irrigation system when sending in questions.