Quality of Life
Welcome to Quality of Life! We are here to provide great service!
The City of Las Cruces seeks to be a customer focused, higher performing organization through PEAK Performance achieving better customer service, continuous improvements, transparency, and better communication.
Quality of life has been listed as the number one reason people are attracted to any great city. The Quality of Life Department is the primary provider of these services to the citizens of Las Cruces.
Whether it is a good read, a companionable meal, a new cultural experience, or a safe trip, the Quality of Life Department prides itself in offering top customer service to meet the needs of our community. We provide life enriching services to the public and visitors through four distinct, yet interconnected sections:
- Las Cruces Museum System
- Senior Programs
- Thomas Branigan Memorial Library
- RoadRUNNER Transit
We are proud to be your “Quality of Life” provider.
The mission of the Quality of Life Department is to provide customer-focused transportation, library, museum, and senior services to residents, businesses, and guests, so they can enrich their lives.
As part of the Department's overall commitment to enhancing the lives of our residents, the 2015 to 2020 Quality of Life Strategic Plan (PDF) is available for your review.
Find information about the museums in our city.
Get acquainted with local libraries and the services they offer.
The Mission of the City of Las Cruces Senior Programs and Munson Center is to promote and enhance the physical, intellectual, social and creative well-being of individuals 50-plus in order to improve their quality of life.
The Network Volunteer Center is the City of Las Cruces’ volunteer resource providing over 300 volunteers to over 30 volunteer stations across city programs.
Find information about the transit services offered to the residents of Las Cruces.
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