S. R. Marmon Neighborhood Association (SRMNA)

  • Annual General Membership Meeting, Tuesday, July 21, 6:30 p. m. BOARD ELECTION. Meeting is on Zoom. Please contact us for information regarding on-line or call-in participation.
  • Free on-line training on making your business an L. L. C. (limited liability company), Thursday, July 9.
  • Downtown Growers Market opens July 11 at 50% capacity. Masks required. (505) 252-2959 for more info.
  • Tax Day is July 15 for federal and state income taxes.
  • CALL FOR ARTISTS for Tiny Homes Village and Alvarado Square Chambers Mural. Deadline is August 1.
  • Learn about coyotes in ABQ.
  • The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) is seeking input from the public for their Pedestrian Safety Action Plan. The plan and survey are here.
  • Which streets would you like to see increased space for walking and biking in your neighbourhood? Take survey.
  • Opening on the Board of Ethics. It works in conjunction with the Office of the City Clerk in elections oversight to ensure compliance with election related laws, including the Election Code and the Open and Ethical Elections Code. Application
  • Free tech tutoring for senior citizens Contact Teeniors at (505) 600-1297 or at teeniors@gmail.com. Tutores de tecnologĂ­a para l@s viej@s gratis.
  • Summer 2020 NMSU Webinar Series, Supporting Pollinators & Beneficial Insects in Backyards and on Farms, Tuesdays through July 28. Programs begin at 3:00 p. m.
  • Age-Friendly City Initiative Asks For Public Feedback. Participants can take a short survey, phone interview and/or join an online focus group to share their age-friendly ideas. Go on line, e-mail to agefriendlyabq@cabq.gov, or call (505)-333-9769 for more information.
  • SHARE New Mexico Resources Directory has thousands of entries for community resources and social services.
  • Small-business owners may apply for CARES grant.
  • FREE coronavirus testing at EXPO New Mexico, 300 San Pedro NE, from 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Offered Monday through Saturday. Enter through Gate 3 off San Pedro and Copper. Pre-registration available.
  • Don't forget the Census.
  • You can report weed and other code violations through the 311 app.
  • Check out AMAFCA's arroyo cam.
  • Bernalillo County Summer Lunch program has started. Grab and Go locations here.
  • Visit the BioPark from your computer.
  • 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
  • List of free educational resources.
  • Find agendas for City Council and various committees here.
  • Volunteer as a Newsline reader and become a specially trained volunteer who reads articles that are stored online for access by the visually impaired. Contact (505) 841-8844 ext. 32220 or krista.mireles@state.nm.us for more information.
  • 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.
  • For general information about Bernalillo County Health Council needle pickup initiatives, contact Pelatia Trujillo, Program Specialist, at (505) 246-1638 or pelatia@bchealthcouncil.org
  • SeeClickFix.com is another way to report something to the 311 system.
  • You can download the OneABQ app here and use it to report problems and get information.
  • You may connect your home security camera to the Security Camera Analytical Network (SCAN) by going here.