S. R. Marmon Neighborhood Association (SRMNA)

  • City closures for MLK Day, January 18, 2021
  • Call for Artists. Artists are invited to propose conceptual sketch ideas for outdoor sculpture to be located along highly visible avenues and boulevards within Bernalillo County. Deadline January 29, 2021. Info here.
  • The EPC hearings on IDO updates start Thursday, January 21, 2021, at 8:30 a. m. on Zoom. Zoom info here.
  • 2nd Judicial District Court Offering Free Legal Clinics Monthly. Contact audreym@nmlegalaid.org or call 505-521-6129 for more information.
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters wants you to volunteer. Sign up today.
  • We received a request to complete this Consumer survey.
  • Read the Shelter in Place Public Health Order .
  • Home COVID-19 testing available at no charge for anyone with access to Zoom. Will need photo ID and e-mail address. Order test here. Pre-register for the vaccine.
  • Legal Assistance Available For Housing and Eviction Situations from New Mexico Legal Aid. 1-833-LGL-HELP (1-833-545-4357) or apply on line.
  • Homeless Coordinating Council Meeting Every Other Tuesday at 9:45 a. m. on Zoom. Info here.
  • Free Narcan Training and Supplies from Bernalillo County. Contact the BHI at (505) 468-1555 or visit: the Behavioral Health Institute.
  • Help keep your local park clean by helping replenish the doggie waste station at your park as needed by being a Mutt Mitt volunteer. Volunteer.
  • The walk-up windows on the north side of the BernCo Assessor's Office are now open Monday through Friday, 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
  • The Planning Department’s Land Management System (LMS) can be used to search various types of permit requests. An account is not required in order to use the search features. POSSE.
  • Get caught up on the Poole Property saga and other WS news.
  • Give input on the APD Chief Search.
  • BernCo seeks applicants for DWI Planning Council. It is a three-year term. Info here.
  • Donate books to Little Libraries.
  • Protect Yourself Online from Cyber Harassment. Learn how to stop cyber harassment and domestic violence here.
  • Do you need help with utility bills? You may qualify for assistance from the Good Neighbor Fund.
  • ABCWUA offers advice on landscaping and water conservation through its Ask an Expert e-mail service. Send questions to AskAnExpert@abcwua.org. Please include pictures of your yard, plants, and irrigation system when sending in questions.
  • Weekly workshops to help you get a job are available. Sign up here.
  • Contact Tracer Scams are increasing in Albuquerque--be alert and do not give personal information.
  • Department of Workforce Solutions Offers Online Weekly Recertification Services at www.jobs.state.nm.us. You may contact 1-877-664-6984 Monday through Friday between 7:00 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
  • To learn more about what rights you have a a tenant during the pandemic, getinfo here.
  • You may qualify for property tax relief that recently went into effect.
  • Visit the voter portalfrom the Office of the Secretary of State.
  • Pet adoption fee waived for seniors who adopt a pet from the Eastside Shelter on Wednesdays. Make an appointment.
  • FREE or low-cost pet spaying and neutering. Call 311 to find out if you qualify for the program. More info on the Animal Welfare web site.
  • Dispose of unwanted items at the West Side convenience center (Don Reservoir), 117 114th Street SW, 505-768-3920. Illegal dumping is a crime punishable by fines and possible jail time. To report illegal dumping, call 1-877-668-4769.
  • The City seeks input fo the update of the Albuquerque Climate Action Plan. Please take and share the climate survey.
  • Find agendas for City Council and various committees here.
  • The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) offers a list of Frequently Asked Questions regarding travel inside and out of the State of New Mexico.
  • SHARE New Mexico Resources Directory has thousands of entries for community resources and social services.
  • Free wi-fi connections around the city. Puntos de acceso de wi-fi gratis. Find a location.
  • You may schedule large-item pick-up up to the day prior to regular trash and recycling collection (Thursday for Friday). Pick-up hours are currently continuing until dusk.
  • Pet Poison Awareness Guide
  • You can report weed and other code violations through the 311 app.
  • You can help track disposed needles with the on-line app. Bernalillo County would like to know where you have picked up disposed needles to help track the migration of drug use.
  • SeeClickFix.com is another way to report something to the 311 system.
  • You may connect your home security camera to the Security Camera Analytical Network (SCAN) by going here.