City Manager Report

  1. Invest in an Organization that Invest in You: Careers at LCU

    Silvia Carrizal started with Las Cruces Utilities (LCU) in 1995 as a six-month temporary staff member on the switchboard. Read on...
  2. Walnut Street Road Closure to Begin January 23

    A portion of Walnut Street, from east Hadley Avenue to Palomas Avenue, will be closed to traffic starting Thursday, Jan. 23, 2020. It is estimated this phase of the project could take three weeks to complete. Read on...
  3. Alameda Boulevard Lane Closures in Effect

    As part of the West Court Avenue Improvements project, northbound and southbound traffic on Alameda Boulevard, between Las Cruces Avenue and Hadley Avenue, is experiencing a lane closure which began Tuesday, January 21. Read on...
  4. Meerscheidt Racquetball Courts Closed for Repairs

    The racquetball courts at Meerscheidt Recreation Center, 1600 E. Hadley Ave., are closed this week for maintenance and repairs. Read on...
  5. City Leaders to Unveil 2020 Census Campaign

    With billions in state-shared revenues, Congressional representation, and emergency preparedness at stake, the City of Las Cruces is joining forces with the U.S. Census Bureau for a complete count of people of all ages residing within the city limits. Read on...
  6. Neighborhood Meeting for Desert Trails Community Park will be January 23

    The City of Las Cruces Public Works and Parks & Recreation departments will have a Desert Trails Community Park neighborhood meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday, January 23 at the East Mesa Public Safety Complex, 5550 N. Sonoma Ranch Boulevard. Read on...
  7. City Council Preview for Jan. 21, 2020

    The Las Cruces City Council will conduct an 11 a.m. closed meeting and a 1 p.m. regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2020. Read on...
  8. Keeping an Ear to the Ground to Hear For Leaking Water

    You might have seen them on your street, two Las Cruces Utilities (LCU) leak detection technicians wearing large headphones, likely close together and moving slowly while examining handheld readers. Read on...
  9. Thomas Branigan Memorial Library Entrance/ADA Project to Begin January 20

    A construction project to improve the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) ramp at the main, Northwest entrance at Thomas Branigan Memorial Library, 200 E. Picacho Ave., will begin January 20 Read on...
  10. Police Warn Residents to Remove Valuables and Lock Vehicles

    Las Cruces residents are reminded to remove valuables and keep vehicles locked to help prevent auto burglaries. Read on...
  11. Closures for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday 2020

    City Hall and most City of Las Cruces offices will be closed Monday, January 20 for the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. Read on...
  12. A Career with Las Cruces Utilities - What does that look like?

    Las Cruces Utilities produces 6.5 billion gallons of clean, quality drinking water every year. It’s one of those things you never think about, but there’s an ebb and flow to the daily use of water. Read on...
  13. Tree Replacements Planned at Country Club Estates Park

    The City of Las Cruces Parks & Recreation Department will be working with Wasser & Wasser Inc. to remove and replace 14 trees from Country Club Estates Park, 2800 Spitz St Read on...
  14. Public Invited to East Mesa Public Recreation Complex GO Bond Project Design Forum

    The City of Las Cruces invites residents to participate in the East Mesa Public Recreation Complex (EMPRC) General Obligation (GO) Bond Project design forum at 6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 30, 2020 in Conference Room 2007 B and C at City Hall, 700 N. Main St. Read on...
  15. Open Burn Permits are Available at Any Las Cruces Fire Station

    Residents and property and business owners are reminded that permits are required to burn within the Las Cruces city limits. Read on...
  16. NMSU Sports Calendar Through January 26

    In support of New Mexico State University, particularly its athletic teams, included is a schedule of upcoming home sporting and away events of interest of Aggies men’s and women’s teams. Read on...
  17. Elementary Students Invited to Name LCU Underground Robot Truck

    You might only picture an “underground city” beneath the streets of big cities like New York City or San Francisco, but most cities have plenty of passageways running under underground. Read on...
  18. Las Cruces Utilities to Resend Corrected Grappler Calendars to Customers

    After an initial mailing in late December of the 2020 Solid Waste Grappler Calendar to Las Cruces Utilities (LCU) customers, a database error was found and is being corrected. Read on...
  19. City Manager Search Begins

    The national search for a new city manager for the City of Las Cruces has officially begun. Read on...
  20. 2020 Project: Relocating old trash

    About 50 residents and almost 15 City staff members gathered in mid-December at the East Mesa Public Safety Complex to discuss trash. Read on...
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