Map Showing Areas Where Stray Animals Have Been Reported Within the City is Now Available on the City

Map Showing Areas Where Stray Animals Have Been Reported Within the City is Now Available on the City

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A map that shows the areas in the City where dogs, cats, and other animals are reported as strays is now available for public viewing on the City of Las Cruces website, at las-cruces.org. The map is read-only but shows the areas where dogs, cats, and other animals are reported as strays.

The map can be found online at https://las-cruces.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=342cd47fac9e43bea978ec55d845c7f7.

Another way to access the map is to the City of Las Cruces website home page. In the search box, in the upper right corner of the home page, type “stray map.”.

The map can be manipulated to show date ranges, or specifically dogs, cats, and other animals.

For information, call Ernest “Gino” Jimenez, Animal Control Supervisor, at 575/541-4100.

City of Las Cruces news releases are also available on the home page of the City website at las-cruces.org under News & Announcements.

News Releases can be translated into 50 different languages in this email format by clicking on the “View this email in your browser” link at the top of this page. After the email opens in the browser, a “Translate” tab drop-down menu will display the different languages you can choose from.

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