City Manager Report

  1. Most Auto Burglaries are Preventable

    The overwhelming majority of auto burglaries committed in Las Cruces are considered crimes of opportunity and occur when valuables are left in plain sight, and vehicles parked unattended and unlocked. Read on...
  2. 243,000 New Mexico Children to Get Extended Pandemic EBT Benefits

    New Mexico families will receive more than $45 million in additional food benefits following federal approval of the state’s amended Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer Program for August and September. Read on...
  3. Dolores Huerta: Revolution in the Fields at the Branigan Cultural Center

    Dolores Huerta: Revolution in the Fields/Revolución en los Campos will be on display at the Branigan Cultural Center, 501 N. Main St., from Oct. 17, 2020, through Jan. 9, 2021. Read on...
  4. Frenger Pool to Close for Annual Inspection

    Frenger Pool, 800 Parkview Drive, will be closed from Saturday, Oct. 17 through Sunday, Nov. 1 for annual inspection. The pool will reopen Monday, Nov. 2. Read on...
  5. Online City Services Down for Maintenance

    There are two City of Las Cruces online services that are currently undergoing maintenance with one shut down through Monday and the other through October 10. Read on...
  6. Updated COVID Funding Report Available on City Website

    An updated COVID Funding Report of Las Cruces City Council allocations for COVID-19 response is now available to the public on the City of Las Cruces website. Read on...
  7. Parks & Recreation COVID-19 Status

    The City of Las Cruces Parks and Recreation Department will expand the Phase 2 status for parks and recreational programs that follows COVID-19 safe practices and the State Public Health Order... Read on...
  8. City Council to Meet September 28 for a Work Session

    The Las Cruces City Council will meet at 1 p.m. Monday, Sept. 28 via video conference for a regularly scheduled work session. Read on...
  9. Thursday: Governor, State Officials to Give Press Update on COVID-19 Efforts, Election

    Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham and state officials will host a remote news conference Thursday, Sept. 24, to provide an update on New Mexico’s COVID-19 response, as well as 2020 fall election preparations. Read on...
  10. Scam Telephone Calls are Coming from Police Impersonators

    Las Cruces police are warning residents of potential scam telephone calls that are trying to entice call recipients to respond to the scene of a crash or provide personal or financial information. Read on...
  11. Crime Prevention Event Provides VIN Etching on UTVs, Motorcycles

    Las Cruces police and The Power Center are co-hosting a free vehicle identification number etching and VIN inspection event on Saturday specifically for utility terrain vehicles, side-by-sides and motorcycles. Read on...
  12. New Mexico Updates Its High-risk States Under Quarantine Order

    Per the executive order intended to protect New Mexicans by minimizing the risk of spread from out-of-state travel, Colorado, Oregon and Rhode Island have been added to the list of high-risk states as of Sept. 23. Read on...
  13. City Council Hears from Business Owners About Proposed Changes to the City’s Minimum Wage

    The Las Cruces City Council met Tuesday, September 22, via video conference, for a Special Work Session regarding the City’s proposed minimum wage for 2021. Read on...
  14. Parks Upkeep on the Forefront of Parks and Recreation Priorities

    The City of Las Cruces – specifically the Parks & Recreation Department – is launching a new way community members can hear messages directly from the director. Read on...
  15. City Council Adopts New Version of Utility Terrain Vehicle Ordinance

    The Las Cruces City Council has repealed and replaced the City’s Utility Terrain Vehicle ordinance with a new version. Read on...
  16. 13 Cadets Graduate from LCPD Academy

    The Las Cruces Police Department graduated 13 police cadets Friday, Sept. 18 from its state-certified law enforcement training academy. Read on...
  17. Las Cruces Utilities Uses High-End Tech to Keep Infrastructure Secure

    A new pressure reducing valve was installed on Well 117 and it was time to connect it into the Las Cruces Utilities (LCU) monitoring system. Read on...
  18. Skate Park Rehabilitation Moves to Next Phase

    The Las Cruces Parks and Recreation Department announces interested community members can access the final assessment report for the Las Cruces Skate Park, 151 N. Walnut St., at www.las-cruces.org/LCSkatePark. Read on...
  19. Promotional Video Produced for Las Cruces Arts and Cultural District Creative Tourism Award

    A promotional video has been produced which highlights a Creative Tourism Award the Las Cruces Arts and Cultural District won earlier this year from the Creative Tourism Network. Read on...
  20. State Has Amended Guidance for Small Groups in Exercise Settings, Outdoor Activities

    Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Thursday, Sept. 18 announced the state will update its guidance within the emergency public health order to permit small groups in exercise settings and safe outdoor activities for New Mexicans. Read on...
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