City Manager Report

  1. "Revelation: Regional Artists from the Permanent Collection" at the Museum of Art

    Come to the Las Cruces Museum of Art, 491 N. Main St., for a new exhibition, “Revelation: Regional Artists from the Permanent Collection.” Read on...
  2. City Council Work Session Recap for Jan. 24, 2022

    The Las Cruces City Council received a progress report on “Realize Las Cruces” at its Monday, Jan. 24, 2022, work session, in Council Chambers at City Hall. Read on...
  3. City's and State Partner to Promote Job Fair on February 10

    The City of Las Cruces Economic Development Department and the New Mexico Department of Workforce Connection will partner to promote a free Job Fair. Read on...
  4. In-Person Car Seat Inspection in Las Cruces

    The New Mexico Department of Transportation Traffic Safety Division and Safer New Mexico Now will host an in-person Car Seat Fitting Station from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 3, 2022, at Sisbarro Buick-GMC, 425 W. Boutz Road in Las Cruces. Read on...
  5. From Temp to Full Time: LCU Internship Grows Employees

    It’s come full circle for Las Cruces Utilities Wastewater Collection Worker Ashton Gregory. Read on...
  6. Pioneer Women's Park Gazebo Design Public Meeting Scheduled

    Las Cruces residents have an opportunity to provide input on the draft plan for the Pioneer Women’s Park gazebo design at a public meeting hosted by the City’s Parks and Recreation Department Read on...
  7. Branigan Park Master Plan Public Meeting Scheduled

    Las Cruces residents will have an opportunity to provide input on the draft Master Plan for Branigan Park at a public meeting Read on...
  8. Tony Gomez and Frenger Parks Master Plans Public Meeting Scheduled

    Las Cruces residents will have an opportunity to provide input on the draft Master Plans for Tony Gomez Park and Frenger Park Read on...
  9. AudioEye Feature Launched on City's Website

    The City of Las Cruces has launched AudioEye, a new feature on their website at www.las-cruces.org, that will aid people who are visually impaired. Read on...
  10. Despite Pandemic, Community Development Department Experiences a Busy Year in 2021

    Despite the continuing pandemic, 2021 was a busy year, a good year, and an extraordinary year for development and construction in Las Cruces, according to the City’s Community Development Department. Read on...
  11. "Charreada" to Open February 4 at the Branigan Cultural Center

    The Branigan Cultural Center, 501 N. Main St., announces the opening of a new exhibition, “Charreada,” featuring dynamic photographs by Mel Stone of the Mexican rodeo arena and the charreada, as well as the expertise of the riders. Read on...
  12. Chandler Tank Park Design Public Meeting Scheduled

    City residents will have an opportunity to provide input on the draft plan, which is 60 percent complete, for the Chandler Tank Park. Read on...
  13. LCU Customer Central is Currently Affected by a Staff Shortage

    Las Cruces Utilities customers should be aware that due to unforeseen staffing shortages LCU’s Customer Central will be temporarily operating at a 50-percent staffing level for approximately two weeks. Read on...
  14. Cat Traps and Deterrents Become Available with Revised Animal Ordinance

    The Las Cruces Police Department Animal Control Section will have cat traps available for pick up beginning Thursday, January 20 in order to assist with the Community Cat section of the revised animal ordinance. Read on...
  15. State Introduces Free at-home Rapid Testing Program

    The New Mexico Department of Health is securing more than one million ihealth at-home rapid antigen tests for the state, to be initially distributed in areas of higher social vulnerability. Read on...
  16. New Blue Bins: Las Cruces Utilities and South Central Solid Waste Authority Team Up

    The blue recycling bin outside the garage or by your door might suddenly look different - a little newer, with some updated logos, and with a new number to call for questions. Read on...
  17. Growth at Las Cruces Utilities Needs People Like You

    As of January 3, 2022, there are 66 positions to be filled at Las Cruces Utilities (LCU). Read on...
  18. Unidad Park - GO Bond Playground Rehabilitation and Splash Pad Addition

    Work on Unidad Park began January 12 and continues through the end of July 2022. This project is part of the City of Las Cruces GO Bond Question 1, Parks and Sports Improvements and Additions. Read on...
  19. Spring 2022 Youth Sportsmanship Basketball Individual Participant Registration

  20. Winter Water Conservation at Home

    Water conservation may not be the highest priority in the winter, but colder months are still a good time to check outside and inside your house for leaks and ways to conserve water for your desert home. Read on...
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