2020-2021 Overlay Maintenance Project Lujan Street from East Lohman Avenue to Kansas Avenue, and Luna Street from Arizona Street to Utah Avenue are both scheduled to undergo milling and overlay operations as part of the City’s 2020-2021 Overlay Maintenance Project. Work will begin Monday, August 03, and is estimated to
Las Cruces Museum Collections Available Online The Las Cruces Museum System (LCMS) has over 10,000 objects in the Permanent Collections including fine art, natural history specimens, local and regional historical objects and archives, and railroad-related objects. Every object in the collections is tracked using a database system. This information is
Public Opportunity to Learn More about Building Permit Fees Las Cruces community members have more opportunities to learn about building permit fees charged by the City’s Community Development Department, which has not increased fees for 14 years, since 2006. The public can go online to view a presentation on the
Road Maintenance Various Streets, Additional Location for August 3 Streets Management will be applying a chip seal surface treatment on various streets, beginning Monday, August 3, and the work is scheduled to be completed Friday, August 7. Affected areas include: Branding Iron Circle from Buckboard Way to Buckhorn Drive W.
Discolored Water Notification Las Cruces Utilities (LCU) is receiving discolored water calls in the following area: Mulberry Avenue to Hadley Avenue Triviz Drive to Walnut Street Water associates are flushing in the area to alleviate the discoloration. Although the water is safe to drink, the City recommends waiting to wash
Bipartisan, Bicameral Group of Lawmakers Introduce Major Legislation to Expand Funding to Restore America’s National Forests The REPLANT Act increases funding and helps the U.S. Forest Service prioritize and reduce the backlog of 1.3 million forestland acres in need of replanting within ten years WASHINGTON – Today, U.S. Senators Tom Udall
State Applies for Federal Restaurant Assistance Through EBT Program The New Mexico Human Services Department has applied for federal approval to implement the Restaurant Meals Plan (RMP) as a means of continuing state assistance to businesses that have been impacted by the economic crisis sparked by the COVID-19 pandemic. The
Take-Out Family STEM Night from the Museum of Nature and Science “Take out Family STEM Night” material kits are available for pick up Wednesday August 12, August 19, and August 26. “Take out Family STEM Night” kits are free, but require reservation. To reserve your kit please contact Stephanie at