The Community Engagement Office is focused on communication and outreach activities, enhancing collaborative relationships with neighborhoods, and providing support to the City’s engagement processes. 

The primary purpose of community engagement is to empower residents to influence City government decisions that shape their city and their quality of living in the community. Community building, outreach and education activities, and improved communication are important to the City to help constituents understand and be understood.


Due to the COVID-19 pandemic some public meetings will continue to be held virtually, which are listed below with the appropriate connection information. If you have any questions, please contact the Community Engagement Office at 575-541-2192.

In-person meetings, which are listed on the City’s website calendar, will follow the current directives issued by the New Mexico Governor’s Office and New Mexico Department of Health. Please click on this link Calendar to access more information about these meetings.

Illustration of a group of people meeting virtually by Zoom Follow these steps to participate in the Zoom Webinar Meeting of Your Choice

  • Step 1: Click on the link for the meeting you are planning to attend. This will allow you to register for the Zoom Webinar for that meeting.
  • Step 2: If you don’t already have a Zoom account, you will be prompted to create a free account.
  • Step 3: Fill out your registration form and submit.
  • Step 4: Save the invitation meeting notice as this has the link to attend the meeting. You will need to click on this link to attend the meeting.
  • Step 4.a: You can also save the webinar invitation to your digital calendar.
  • Step 5: On the date and time of the meeting, click on the link to join the meeting. Note: If you click on this link after the end-time of the meeting, you will be unable to join the meeting.

If you have trouble accessing the meeting, please email Someone will be monitoring this email prior to and after the start time of the meeting, you can also watch our Zoom Tutorial below.


Virtual Zoom Webinar Public Tutorial


Bellamah Drive: Bilingual & Hybrid Meeting

This project consist of the reconstruction of Bellamah Drive between Luna St. and Lees Dr. The project is located in District 3. The project will consists of new: asphalt pavement, sidewalk, curb & gutter, street lighting, curb ramps, drivepads, and street signs. New sewer, water and gas will also be included with this project for utility improvements. The purpose of this project is to improve the Bellamah Drive roadway within City right-of-way and improve its existing utilities.

Click on the picture to see a copy of the presentation that was presented during the  hybrid and bilingual meeting held on Thursday December 9, 2021.
Bellamah Drive Hybrid Meeting held on December 9 2021

Click on the picture to see a copy of the presentation that was presented during the zoom meeting held on Thursday September 16, 2021.
Aerial picture of Bellamah Drive

Campo Street Reconstruction Follow-Up Meeting

The project area is bounded by East Picacho Avenue/Spruce Avenue and East Amador Avenue and is in City Council District 1. Campo Street is a transition corridor where the Mesquite Historic District meets Downtown. This poses unique and challenging opportunities to blend in the two distinct characters into a single corridor. The purpose of this project is to obtain input from community members most impacted by the project to help develop a feasible corridor design that helps incorporate all modes of transportation while providing a seamless transition from the Mesquite Historic District to Downtown.

Click on the picture to see a copy of the presentation that was presented during the zoom meeting held on Thursday August 19, 2021.
Landscape picture of Campo Street facing several buildings

Walnut-Madrid Bike, Pedestrian & Utility Improvement Project

Click on the picture to see a copy of the presentation that was presented during the second virtual meeting on May 18, 2021.

Cover of a power point presentation showcasing the Walnut-Madrid street intersection
The goal of the project is to promote pedestrian and bicycle connectivity that encourages alternate modes of transportation. The pedestrian and bicycle improvements route is 2.25 miles which begins at the northern intersection of Hadley Avenue/Walnut Street, continues north on Walnut Street, crosses the intersection of Spruce Avenue/Kilmer Street, continues north on Kilmer Street, east on Popular Avenue, north on Evelyn Street, west on E. MadridAvenue, and ends near the intersection of Madrid Avenue/Solano Street. Utilities infrastructure to be improved along this route include a new water main along Walnut Street, from Hadley Avenue to Spruce Avenue, and a new water & gas main along E. Madrid Avenue, from Evelyn Street to Solano Street.