City Manager Report

  1. 2020 Virtual Music in the Park Concert Schedule

    The City of Las Cruces Parks and Recreation Department’s popular Music in the Park Series kicks off the 2020 virtual concert schedule on July Fourth weekend with stellar performances by Pat “Guitar Slim” Chase and Kenny Arroyos. Read on...
  2. Las Cruces Again Named Best Run City in NM, Ranked #4 in U.S.

    Las Cruces is once again ranked as the best-run city in New Mexico according to WalletHub.com, a personal finance website. Read on...
  3. Big Tuna Counts On Natural Gas; LCU Delivers

    When pipe manufacturer Big Tuna was looking for a new location to call home, three components were critical. Read on...
  4. Interactive Video Inspection a Win-Win for Las Cruces

    When the City of Las Cruces Community Development Department established its standard operating procedures for Interactive Video Inspection (IVI) in January 2020, the goal was to introduce an innovative alternative to on-site construction inspections. Read on...
  5. 2020 Summer Recreation Program Registration

    The City of Las Cruces Parks & Recreation Youth Services Section announces the 2020 Summer Recreation Program that will begin on Wednesday, July 15 and runs through Friday, August 7. Read on...
  6. City Collaborates with NM Workfoce Connections to Create Virtual Job Fair Webinar for Caregivers

    Interested in becoming a caregiver in Las Cruces? Read on...
  7. Independence Day Schedule 2020

    City Hall and most other City of Las Cruces offices will be closed Friday, July 3, in observance of the Independence Day holiday. Read on...
  8. City of Las Cruces Seeks Oversight Committee Members

    The City of Las Cruces is accepting applications for its Oversight Committee. Read on...
  9. Good Time to Sign up for Natural Gas in Talavera Neighborhoods

    The construction phase of a multi-phase project to bring natural gas to Las Cruces Utilities (LCU) customers in the Talavera Subdivision began in August 2019. Read on...
  10. Fourth of July Celebrates our Heroes

    There are a just a few days left to enter the “Celebrating our Heroes” Virtual Electric Light Parade. Read on...
  11. Five Finalists for City Manager Named

    The Las Cruces City Council has selected five finalists from a short list of nine to continue through the selection process for city manager. Read on...
  12. Map Showing Areas Where Stray Animals Have Been Reported Within the City is Now Available

    A map that shows the areas in the City where dogs, cats, and other animals are reported as strays is now available to the public on the City of Las Cruces website, at las-cruces.org. Read on...
  13. Youth Leadership Summer Camp Registration Begins Tomorrow, June 25

    The Youth Leadership Summer Camp will run from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. each day and is a collaborative effort with Dr. Blanca E. Araujo, the Stan Fulton Endowed Chair in Education at New Mexico State University. Read on...
  14. Las Cruces Ranked 50th Best Small City of 100 in 2020 Report

    Just as the nation gets back on its feet and cities begin to reopen for business, a new report touts Las Cruces as a city full of sunny weather, great outdoor activities, and an airport undergoing renovations... Read on...
  15. City Government's Strategic Business Plans Reviewed by City Council

    Numerous accomplishments through the development and implementation of strategic business plans by City government departments were cited during a Monday, June 22 Las Cruces City Council work session. Read on...
  16. Community Inspired Design Unveiled for Unidad Park GO Bond Rehabilitation

    Las Cruces has a great virtual opportunity to weigh in for a second time on the rehabilitation of a beloved landmark, Unidad Community Park. Read on...
  17. Is it smelly water…or dried drains?

    Las Cruces Utilities delivers approximately seven billion gallons of safe, fresh, and clean water to residential and business customers every year. Read on...
  18. Selection Process Continues in Determining Next City Manager

    A Special Las Cruces City Council meeting is scheduled for 9 a.m. Tuesday, June 23 and will be followed by a closed meeting as the council begins its determination of who will be the next City Manager. Read on...
  19. City of Las Cruces Urges Safe Use of Fireworks

    Due to dry weather conditions in Las Cruces that are expected to continue through the Fourth of July holiday, and worsening drought conditions across much of New Mexico, City officials are urging Las Cruces residents to use fireworks safely. Read on...
  20. Public Hearing to Discuss Transfer of Location of Dispenser Liquor License

    The Las Cruces City Council will conduct a Public Hearing for the Transfer of Location of Dispenser Liquor License for Pic Quik Store No. 6, at 1720 N. Solano Drive. Read on...
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