The City of Las
Cruces invites the community to provide input regarding the Walking, Jogging,
Biking Recreational Trail (Recreational Trail) General Obligation (GO) Bond
Project at 6 p.m. Thursday, February 13 in Conference Room 2007 B and C at City Hall, 700 N. Main St. City staff will be at that meeting with consultants
leading the project to discuss plans for upgrades to citywide multi-use paths
The Recreational Trail project, approved
by voters in 2018, will implement aspects of the Trail System Priorities Plan
by the Mesilla Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization (MVMPO) plan. The
project involves alignment of the Las Cruces Lateral Trail, Armijo Lateral
Trail, and the Southwest City Loop Trail, which will complete a city loop at the
southern point of the Armijo Lateral Trail and Southwest City Loop Trail.
Wayfinding signs also are part of the GO Bond project. The City of Las Cruces
is working with Elephant Butte Irrigation District (EBID) for lateral
The status of this and other GO Bond projects can be found in the Public Works Go Bond website, at www.las-cruces.org/GoBondProjects. For information, call Public Works at 575/528-3333 or email email@example.com.