City Councilors have a special meeting today to discuss extending the Mayor’s Emergency Proclamation related to the requiring of wearing face coverings by both patrons and employees when appropriate social distancing of six feet cannot be maintained between individuals of the business inside the City limits of Las Cruces. This
8 Can’t Wait Campaign The Las Cruces City Council will be discussing the 8 Can’t-Wait Campaign at a Work Session scheduled for June 15 immediately following the regular City Council Meeting starting at 1 p.m. The campaign educates for policies that reduce killings by police and help to save lives.
Mayor Issues Emergency Proclamation Regarding Face Coverings Las Cruces Mayor Ken Miyagishima today signed an emergency proclamation requiring the use of face coverings in all City of Las Cruces buildings and facilities. The term of the proclamation is 72 hours and City Council can vote to extend it up to
Bravo Mic Communications’ Hometown Headline Newscaster, Jack Nixon, had a quick chat with the Mayor of Las Cruces, covering topics of staying at home, where most people are reporting noncompliance of the “Stay at Home” order, and conflict of interest in the upcoming public projects around the city. Hear the
Mayor Ken Miyagishima will deliver his annual State of the City Address at 12:15 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2020 in Council Chambers at City Hall, 700 N. Main St. The address accentuates the City’s accomplishments during the past year. Mayor Miyagishima will also share his perspectives and goals for this