Albuquerque, New Mexico , United States
May 13, 2016 03:58am
|Info||A Message from Councilor O'Malley: |
Council President O’Malley is excited to announce that many parks in District 2 are getting face lifts. Please see list below:
Coronado Park - Now open - New skate park
Valley Pool Park - New playground equipment installed November of 06’ and perimeter access control (pipe railing) to be installed this summer.
Los Duranes - (In construction) New playground equipment, shade structure and lights.
Graves Park - (In construction) Adding basketball half court, climbing structure, full walking path, shade structure, and planting more tress.
Villela Park - The last wood playground structure in the City to be replaced by a unique and fun structure to be installed mid May.
Vista Del Norte - Bernardo Trails Park (small park) to be completed this summer. Paseo de Estrella (big park) will begin construction mid May and finish last summer.
Lafayette Park - Phase two playground area and shade structure to be installed late this summer.
Matthew Meadows Park - waiting for construction date to commence phase two of the large playground area.
4th St and Montano Area Improvement Coalition Community Visioning Report
The 4th Street Plan went before the Environmental Planning Commission (EPC) on November 9, 2006, and is currently in discussion. The agenda will be made available on the EPC Meetings website.
Read the full text of the Community Visioning Report [pdf]
Visit the Coalitions Blog
Debbie O'Malley serves as City Council President for the City of Albuquerque.
Councilor O'Malley was born in Albuquerque, where her family has lived for several generations. She is a founder and former executive director for the Sawmill Community Land Trust, a not for profit community development corporation, dedicated to reserving and maintaining permanently affordable housing for low to moderate income families. Debbie and her husband have two grown daughters, April and Kristy, and reside in the North Valley.