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District 4

For more information on any of the projects listed here, please click the links below, or contact my office at (505) 468-7010.

To see a county-wide, on-going project map, please click here.

  • Project Scope This project provides roadway and signal improvements to allow emergency vehicles direct access to Paseo del Norte from county Fire Station #35, located on the Paseo del Norte fro...

  • Project Scope The scope of this project is to widen the roadway and provide bicycle lanes along Rio Grande Boulevard from the Los Ranchos boundary to Alameda Boulevard.  Schedule: Project is...

  • Project Scope Traffic Control Plan, (permitted through NMDOT). Removal, site preparation and grading of existing landscape. Excavate, verify and connect to existing lateral irrigation pipes. Insta...

  • Scope This project reconstructed the asphalt paving on Tramway Lane from Tramway Blvd to Tramway Lane Court. Reconstruction included pulverization/compaction of existing asphalt surface and placem...

  • Project Scope The scope of the Paradise Hills Trail Improvements Project is along Paradise Boulevard, NW from Golf Course Road, NW west to La Paz Drive, NW. It consists of improvements to existing...

  • An adaptive signal control system is a designated set of traffic signals that effectively communicate with each other to improve overall traffic flow along a respective corridor. The traffic signals ...

  • Project Scope This project includes the assessment, design and ultimate construction of a sewer system servicing a neighborhood in the North Valley of Albuquerque. It is intended to protect and en...

  • Project Scope Bernalillo County is installing thousands of feet of fiber-optic cable to establish its own infrastructure for voice and data communications.  The fiber-optic cable provides a greate...

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  • Historian and author Robert J. Torrez presents "Myth of the Hanging Tree: Stories of Crime and Punishment in Territorial New Mexico" on Oct. 27. The haunting specter of hanging trees holds a powerful sway on the American imagination, conjuring images of rough-and-tumble frontier towns struggling to impose law and order in a land where violence was endemic. In this thoughtful study, former New Mexico State Historian Torrez examines several fascinating criminal cases that reveal the harsh and often gruesome realities of the role hangings, legal or otherwise, played in the administration of frontier justice. This event is FREE, however space is limited and participants must register. To so so, click on the link below. You can also click on the link below for a downloadable, printable flier.
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    Bachechi Open Space
    9521 Rio Grande Blvd. NW
    Albuquerque, NM

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