Cibola Loop Multi-generational Center Status

From the Office of Dan Lewis

The Schematic drawing has been approved and the design of Phase I is being designed by the architects.

Phase I will construct 10,800 square feet first floor with 4,000 square feet second floor shell with a projected cost of $13 – $14.5M

$11.5M funding is in place with the final $3M coming from this session for the project.

Please email your legislator and let them know how important this project is to the area and request their support during the next Legislative Session to ask the Governor to approve the funding needed to complete this project and bring traffic relieve to the North West side of Albuquerque:

Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham: 505-476-2200,

NM State Senator Brenda McKenna: 505 610-8332,

NM State Representative Cynthia Borrego:

Mayor Tim Keller: 505-768-3000

District 5 Holiday Drive

Greetings District 5 Community Members,

In lieu of a District 5 Open House this Season, Council President Borrego is conducting a sock, hat, scarf, toys, and non-perishable foods drive for those less fortunate.  Donations are accepted at the Don Newton Taylor Ranch Community Center (4900 Kachina NW, Albuquerque, NM) and will be accepted November 18th– December 15th.  Donations will go to the Westside Emergency Housing Center.  Thank You for your consideration and wonderful generosity.

Happiness to you this Holiday Season*


Susan Vigil, Policy Analyst
Council President Cynthia D. Borrego, MPA, District 5
505-768-3189 (office)
505-917-5197 (cell)

Cibola Loop Multi-generational Center Update from Councilor Borrego


Councilor Borrego speaks at Cibola Loop Multigenerational Center Press Conference on October 14th

The Cibola Lp. Multi-Generational Center’s first ‘floor/stage’ of construction is estimated to cost $14.2 Million.  There is currently $500,000 from the 2021 NM State Legislature remaining after design (2019 Voter Bond Election at $1.5 million, 2019 State Legislature $600,000) to construct the Center.  The total design cost is $2.1 Million and requires 2 years to complete, with another ¾ of a year remaining toward the full design’s finalization. The first floor or ‘stage’ of the Center’s design is currently complete to the point that construction of the first stage can potentially be undertaken with adequate funding.

The 2021 November Bond Election under the title “General Obligation Senior, Family, Community Center, Homeless, and Community Enhancement Bonds” includes $6 Million to construct the Cibola Lp. Multi-Generational Center.  Should the bond proposal be approved by voters, total secured construction funding will total $6,600,00. Please encourage your state Senator(s) and Representative(s) to fund the Cibola Lp. Multi-Generational project at the  2022 NM State Legislative Session.

 The Council District 5 office applied to Senator Martin Heinrich and Senator Ben Ray Lujan to consider dedicating $3 million toward the acquisition of an additional piece of property at the Cibola Lp. complex and the installation of hydrology features.  Sen. Heinrich and Sen Lujan are championing the federal dedication of funds to the project to ensure the Center’s structure, once constructed, adequately drains to avoid undermining its foundation.

Should the November bond election for Senior, Family, and Community Center’s be approved by voters, the Cibola Lp. Multi-Generational center’s construction funding will be approximately half secured.  We look forward to identifying future funding sources through collaborations with our state and federal legislators and you to complete the construction of this wonderful new amenity to District 5.

District 5 Fall Open House


District 5 Community Members and Neighborhood Leaders,

The September 23rd District 5 Council Meeting commencing at 6:00p.m. via. Zoom was packed with essential information on police, fire, and health public safety updates.  It also included briefings on  important District 5 projects such as Unser Blvd.’s expansion, and Cibola Lp. Housing component and Multi-Generational Center.  Unfortunately, the meeting did not live stream due to technical difficulties.  Now it is available for view at:

Please express your comments on the meeting or any other topic you want addressed to  Council President Borrego looks forward to your post meeting feedback and appreciates your interest and involvement in crime, District 5 road and other projects she steadfastly works to manifest and create.

Cynthia D. Borrego, MPA

City Council President, District 5
Office: (505) 768-3178

Taylor Ranch/Golf Course Complete Streets Project Meeting September 7th

The Taylor Ranch/Golf Course Complete Streets project was initiated by Council President Borrego at a cost of $118,000 allocated in the 2020 City of Albuquerque Budget clean-up bill R-20-118.  See Council President Borrego’s letter detailing the project as well as a project brief at the bottom of this message.

The meeting flyer announcing a general neighborhood meeting occurring at 6:00p.m. Tuesday, September 7th  via Zoom to discuss the Taylor Ranch/Golf Course Complete Streets project. Join details are in the flyer and also shown below.

Please consider visiting the Taylor Ranch/Golf Course Complete Street Study project website to submit comments and recommendations.  It includes a video of a recent neighborhood meeting presentation on this Complete Streets project as well as copy of the presentation itself and is found at   

One additional public meeting to gather input and discuss recommendations on the Taylor Ranch/Golf Course Complete Streets Project is set to occur October 21, 2021.  The October meeting location is pending and will be provided at a later date.

Council President Borrego and the project team are excited about the possibilities of Golf Course as a central District 5 corridor and look forward to meeting with neighborhood members on September 7th to discuss the project in greater detail!

Project Summary

Council President Cynthia D. Borrego, in partnership with the Mid-Region Council of Governments (MRCOG), is conducting a Complete Streets planning study on Taylor Ranch Road/Golf Course Road between Montaño Rd. and Westside Blvd. Specifically, the study seeks to determine the safety issues and challenges for pedestrians, bicyclists, and transit riders of all ages and abilities along the corridor. The principal goals of the study are to inventory the existing conditions, identify safety concerns, document gaps in the pedestrian and bicycle networks, and present recommendations for roadway improvements, as well as recommend character enhancements along the corridor.

The City has contracted with Bohannan Huston, Inc. to conduct the study. Please contact Aaron Sussman at or 505-923-3341 with comments or questions. To learn more about the project, go to: