City Manager Report

  1. Las Cruces Fire Department is Now Certified to Provide Ambulance Service

    The Las Cruces Fire Department has received a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity from the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission to provide ambulance service. Read on...
  2. Make Music Day in Las Cruces Includes Demonstrations and Live Music

    In celebration of International Make Music Day, which takes place June 21 every year, a variety of local organizations will serve as hosts of free live concerts throughout the City that will feature local musicians, music demonstrations and giveaways. Read on...
  3. Eight Cadets Set to Graduate from LCPD’s Academy

    The Las Cruces Police Department will graduate eight cadets Friday, June 18 from its 50th law enforcement training academy. Read on...
  4. Thomas Branigan Memorial Library PAWS (Prisoners and Animals Working Toward Success)

    Did you know that prisoners train dogs? They do! The PAWS program at Southern New Mexico Correction Facility, west of Las Cruces, enables prisoners to train adoptable dogs for Action Programs for Animals in Las Cruces. Read on...
  5. City Council Work Session Recap for June 14, 2021

    The Las Cruces City Council discussed, brainstormed, and offered direction to City staff regarding a total of $24,759,826 in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds the City has and will receive. Read on...
  6. City Extends Availability of Cooling Stations

    With the National Weather Service forecasting near triple-digit temperatures for Las Cruces through Tuesday, June 22, 2021, the City of Las Cruces has extended the availability of designated facilities as cooling stations until at least that date. Read on...
  7. Installation of Sports Netting at Lions Park Handball Courts Begins June 16

    As part of the City’s commitment to preserving infrastructure assets, construction will take place at Lions Park Handball Courts to install protective sports netting. Read on...
  8. Las Cruces Hosts 25th Annual USSSA Slowpitch Softball Tournament on June 19 and June 20

    For the 25th consecutive year, Las Cruces will host the Annual New Mexico United States Specialty Sports Association (NMUSSSA) Slowpitch Softball Father’s Day Invitational, June 19 and June 20 at Harty Ballfield Complex, 1840 E Hadley Ave. Read on...
  9. State Announces $100 Incentive for COVID-19 Vaccination Boosters or J&J Shots

    The New Mexico Department of Health announced Monday, June 14 a $100 incentive for New Mexicans who complete their vaccination series or receive a single-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccination through Thursday, June 17. Read on...
  10. New Mexico Set to Open the Economy by July 1

    New Mexico health officials urge state residents to help reach a 60 percent vaccination rate by June 17 so that New Mexico can open its economy fully without any limitations by July 1. Read on...
  11. Physical Fitness Exams in Las Cruces; Recruiters in El Paso

    Las Cruces Police Department’s training academy staff will have a busy weekend conducting physical fitness exams Saturday morning in Las Cruces and a recruiting booth Saturday and Sunday in El Paso. Read on...
  12. LCPD Offers Incentives for New Recruits and Lateral Transfers

    The Las Cruces Police Department is offering a slew of attractive financial incentives for new recruits to its 51st training academy and for current law enforcement officers who are considering a lateral transfer. Read on...
  13. Call for Volunteers for Team Up to Clean Up District 5 Event

    Volunteers are needed! Get rid of weeds, trash, junk, graffiti and other debris in your neighborhood the Team Up to Clean Up way! Read on...
  14. Klein Park Basketball Court Improvements and Additions

    The Klein Park basketball court, 438 E. Organ Ave, will undergo improvements as part of GO Bond Question 1, Parks and Sports Improvements and Additions. Read on...
  15. Branigan Library and Branigan Cultural Center Receive NEA Big Read Grant

    Thomas Branigan Memorial Library and the Branigan Cultural Center are two of 61 organizations across the U.S. that have been selected to receive a 2021-2022 National Endowment for the Arts Big Read grant. Read on...
  16. Cardon Park Basketball Court Park and Sports Courts Improvements and Additions

    Improvements will be made to the basketball court at Cardon Park, 1505 N. Mesquite St., as part of GO Bond Question 1, Parks and Sports Improvements and Additions. Read on...
  17. Las Cruces Regional Aquatic Center Summer Fitness Schedule

    The Las Cruces Regional Aquatic Center, 1401 E. Hadley Ave., will begin to re-introduce Instruction-based fitness classes beginning June 21, 2021. Read on...
  18. Listen to Your Art with the Las Cruces Museum of Art

    The next Listen to Your Art lecture with the Museum of Art will be at 1:30 p.m. Friday, June 25. Danila Rumold will discuss the life and work of German-born American artist Eva Hesse. Read on...
  19. High Temperatures Hazardous for Children, Pets

    The Las Cruces Police Department reminds motorists that high temperatures – daytime and evening temperatures – can cause death or serious injury to children and pets left in an enclosed vehicle. Read on...
  20. City Activates Cooling Stations

    With the National Weather Service forecasting near triple-digit temperatures in Las Cruces through Tuesday, June 15, 2021, the City of Las Cruces has activated facilities to serve as cooling stations. Read on...
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