Communications Office

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The Communications Office helps educate the public about City Council actions and City services, programs, and activities. Communications Office supports the City’s missions and strategic directions through internal and external communications such as advertising and marketing. Communications Office manages the City of Las Cruces website and operates the City’s government access TV channel, Emmy® Award-winning CLC-TV, cable channel 20 on Comcast, Youtube, and Vimeo. Programming can be viewed online here. Additional information can be accessed by following us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/cityoflascruces.

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  1. 2019-2020 Crack Seal Maintenance Project Road List 13

    As part of a Crack Sealing Maintenance Project throughout the City streets, temporary lane closures will begin on Monday August 10 for the following streets. Read on...
  2. Royal Crossing TDD Public Hearing Meeting

    The City of Las Cruces, will hold a public meeting at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, August 11, via Zoom, concerning the adoption of an resolution relating to the formation of the Royal Crossing Tax Increment Development District. Read on...
  3. Improvements Scheduled for Thomas Branigan Library and Albert Johnson Park

    As part of the City’s commitment to improve customer service, safety, and keep its facilities in proper shape, Facilities Management is working with a local vendor to install a sidewalk, new ADA ramps... Read on...
  4. State and Major Health Systems Outline Options for COVID-19 Testing

    The New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) and its testing partners want to collaboratively assure the public that COVID-19 testing remains widely available to those who need it in the state of New Mexico. Read on...
  5. New Supplemental SNAP Increases Also Being Issued in August

    New Mexico households receiving Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits will again receive the maximum amount for their household size for the month of August, the New Mexico Human Services Department announced today. Read on...
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