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The community process and planning analysis during the Parks Recreation and Open Space Facilities Master Plan (PROS Plan) identified a need for a new community facility in the Mid-North Valley. The county has recently acquired a piece of... Read More


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The Parks, Recreation and Open Space Facility Master Plan identified renovation and improvement of the South Valley Pool as the highest priority project. The county re-constructed the pool starting in the fall of 2015 and construction wa... Read More


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The Parks, Recreation and Open Space Facility Master Plan identified acquisition and improvement of agricultural lands north of Rio Bravo as one of the top 15 most important projects.

In 2015, the county entered into a purchase agreement ... Read More


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Cielo Vista Neighborhood Association requested that the county-owned, but undeveloped, Cielo Vista or Andrea Circle Park become a xeric pocket-scale neighborhood park with a gathering space, paths, shade tree plantings, public art and mo... Read More


Recommendations for the Archery Center include developing a gateway feature with improved signage, landscaping and a new gate, improvements to the parking area and the addition of a shade structure and picnic area. The county is working with the El R... Read More


The county will continue to develop Carlito Springs according to the 2012 Cultural Landscape Report and Master Plan. Building on the improvements completed in 2014, the county is using State Capital Outlay funds to design water system improvemen... Read More


The county plans to make improvements to Sedillo Ridge such as a trailhead with parking that will support equestrians, a shade structure and picnic area. The county will work with user groups to update the Sedillo Ridge Management Plan to explore dif... Read More


Los Vecinos Community Center Land Acquisition and Site Improvements

Land acquisition to the east is the first step to accommodate additional parking before construction of the site and building improvements at the center can begin. The program fo... Read More


The community has expressed tremendous interest in an aquatics facility in the East Mountains. Water resource limitations in this area limit the possibility of undertaking a pool until (and if) Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority&nb... Read More


The county would like to expand programming and usage of this facility, particularly with its partners 4-H and the New Mexico State University -Bernalillo County Cooperative Extension Service. To achieve this, proposed improvements include a new conc... Read More


A Prescription (Rx) Trail and new sound system are proposed for these facilities. Additional parking and field upgrades, such as field extensions and artificial turf infields, will be needed in the future.

South Valley Little League Sound System

Status... Read More


The goal for this facility is to complete the existing site plan, which includes a shade structure, outdoor amphitheater/classroom area, and additional agricultural and interpretive elements. In the near term, a compacted, crusher-fine Prescript... Read More


Additional improvements will be made at this facility to create a Prescription (Rx) Trail for this part of the community, shade structure, parking and lighting upgrades.

Phase 1- Shade structures

Status: Design-build

Estimated Completion: Spring 2018

Pha... Read More


Parking and Drainage Improvements:

Additional parking areas will be added to the center, including 72 permanent parking spaces, and a flexible overflow parking area/field that can accommodate up to 80 additional vehicles. As part of the parking lot pr... Read More


Several improvements are recommended for Tom Tenorio Park to enable it to function as a regional tournament complex. Initial improvements will include moving the field from West Side Community Center and undertaking irrigation system improvement... Read More


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In 2012, Bernalillo County undertook an agreement with the University of New Mexico to preserve the golf course as open space. As part of the agreement, the county provided $1.5 million to the university to undertake long overdue irrigat... Read More


The proposed North Albuquerque Acres Multipurpose Trail will complete multipurpose paved trails proposed in the Mid-Region Council of Governments 2035 Metropolitan Transportation Plan (2035 MTP) and the county’s Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety ... Read More


The county recently completed Phase 1 construction of the Edward G. Sandoval North Valley Little League project with four new fields and a parking lot.

Phase 2 design is underway, which will include a concession stand, shade structure, field lighting ... Read More


A multi-million dollar suite of improvements was completed in 2012 at Bachechi Open Space, including the award-winning Education Building and landscape. The county intends to further refine and implement plans for some of the sub-areas of the open sp... Read More


A multi-purpose trail was proposed for the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District Alameda Drain-2nd Street Corridor. This project is being led by the county’s Public Works Division in collaboration with the the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy Dis... Read More


Sandia Ranch Property North Edith The community process and Parks and Recreation Open Space Master Plan planning analysis identified a need for recreation facilities in the Mid-North Valley. The county has recently acquired a piece of land on Edith Boulevard just north of Osuna ... Read More


At the Raymond G. Sanchez Community Center, “whole-life” renovations are proposed, including separate spaces to meet the programming needs of seniors (without impacting the rest of the center’s programming) and health screening and ... Read More


During the public process, especially the meetings in Districts 1 and 4, there was considerable interest expressed in a North Valley swimming pool. The spacial analysis of pool facilities and level of service analysis for aquatics in the North Valley... Read More


With funding from the State of New Mexico, the City of Albuquerque and the Little League park, the county recently renovated the Little League park to add two new fields and structured parking on the east side of the site. Initial discussio... Read More


Major renovations are proposed to the Paradise Hills Community Center, the county’s busiest community center.

Paradise Hills Community Center: Mobility, Parking and Park Improvements

In the initial redevelopment phase for the Paradise H... Read More


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  • Pickleball offered Monday through Friday at the Los Vecinos Community Center. For more information, call (505) 314-0240.
    Location:
    478 NM-333, Tijeras

  • Beginner Art Program for grades 6-8. Registration starts Sept. 11. For more information, call the Los Vecinos Community Center at (505) 314-0240.
    Location:
    Los Vecinos Community Center, 478 1/2 Old Hwy. 66, Tijeras

  • In honor of State Archive Month, Bernalillo County is partnering with the New Mexico Commission of Public Records to bring you this enriching and thought provoking series. • When Ulysses S. Grant Ran for Governor of New Mexico: Hippies and Politics in the 1970s Presenter: Rick Hendricks, State Historian of New Mexico • The Day I Had Lunch with Reies Lopez Tijerina Presenter: Rob Martinez, Assistant State Historian of New Mexico
    Location:
    Bachechi Open Space, 9521 Rio Grande Blvd.

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