Parks & Recreation COVID-19 Status   The City of Las Cruces Parks and Recreation Department will expand the Phase 2 status for parks and recreational programs that follows COVID-19 safe practices and the State Public Health Order (https://cv.nmhealth.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/091820-PHO.pdf) still in place which includes: 1. Wearing face coverings in public settingsRead More →

Fairacres Elementary Closes After Additional Positive Case Reports  Fairacres Elementary School in the Las Cruces Public School District was closed to all staff on Friday after two additional employees received positive test results for COVID-19. One employee at Fairacres tested positive on Aug. 21.  Following district protocol and guidance from the CDC, the New Mexico Department of Health, and the Public Education Department, allRead More →

Roadrunner Parkway Lane Closures Update Southbound Roadrunner Parkway from just north of Camino Real Middle School to Lohman Avenue will experience continued intermittent right lane closures as new telecommunications infrastructure is installed. The project is anticipated to take three weeks to complete. Work will take place between 7 a.m. andRead More →

Picacho Avenue Intermittent Lane Closures to Begin Tuesday, June 9 Eastbound and westbound traffic on West Picacho Avenue, near Peddlers Pavilion, will experience intermittent lane closures for infrastructure updates. The intermittent lane closures will begin on Tuesday, June 9, and will last approximately four working days. The intermittent lane closuresRead More →

Intermittent Lane Closures on Sonoma Ranch Boulevard and Northrise Drive Northbound traffic on Sonoma Ranch Blvd. (between Northrise Dr. and Bataan Memorial) and westbound traffic on Northrise Drive (between Sonoma Ranch Blvd. and Roadrunner Pkwy.) will have intermittent lane closures for utility installations. The work is scheduled to begin Thursday, May 7, and may last approximately 10 working days. Read More →

Following guidance from Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham and the New Mexico Department of Health-related to limiting large public gatherings, the City of Las Cruces has closed certain parks and recreation areas to reduce the number of people who gather. The following specialty parks were closed and secured with gates: ButterfieldRead More →