City Manager Report

  1. City Council Preview for August 19, 2019

    The Las Cruces City Council will conduct a regular meeting at 1 p.m. Monday, August 19, 2019 in Council Chambers at City Hall, 700 N. Main St. It will also conduct a closed meeting at 11 a.m. Monday in Administrative Conference Room 3608 at City Hall. Read on...
  2. City, NMSU Plan Patriot Day Ceremony on 9/11

    New Mexico State University and the City of Las Cruces will commemorate the 18-year anniversary of 9/11 with a Patriot Day Ceremony at 8:30 a.m. September 11, 2019 on the NMSU campus. Read on...
  3. Quilts for Cops Donates to LCPD Officer

    Quilts for Cops, a nonprofit organization in Dundee, Oregon, has donated a handmade quilt to Las Cruces police Officer Antony Harrison who was injured June 17 in a shooting near Lohman Avenue and Nacho Drive. Read on...
  4. Helping Las Cruces Residents Keep Their Cool

    NASA Earth has shared its heat study on Las Cruces. The study can be read online. Read on...
  5. "Outside Employment" Officers Patrol Las Cruces Walmart Stores

    Las Cruces police officers are now patrolling City Walmart stores in the wake of the August 3 mass-shooting that killed 22 and injured several more in El Paso, Texas. Read on...
  6. Team Up to Clean Up District 5 Event – Call for Volunteers

    Volunteers are needed! Get rid of weeds, trash, junk, graffiti and other debris in your neighborhood the “Team Up to Clean Up” way! Read on...
  7. Area Youth Get Real Work Experience with Youth Conservation Corps

    It was a tour of the Las Cruces Utilities’ (LCU) Jacob Hands Wastewater Treatment Facility that first sparked an interest in the mind of a local youth. Read on...
  8. Former Hobbs Officer Joins Las Cruces Police Department

    Kevin Martinez was sworn in Monday, Aug. 12, 2019 as an officer with the Las Cruces Police Department. Read on...
  9. RoadRUNNER Transit Dial-a-Ride Fare Reduced

    Customers of RoadRUNNER Transit Dial-a-Ride service will receive a break in fare rates following the approval of Mayor Ken Miyagishima’s resolution by City Council at the Monday, August 5 City Council meeting. Read on...
  10. Event Sponsorship Applications Now Being Accepted

    The City of Las Cruces is now accepting event funding applications for 2019/2020 events. Read on...
  11. Purple Heart Day

    The City’s garrison flag is flying today, August 7, 2019, at Veterans Memorial Park, on Roadrunner Parkway, in observance of Purple Heart Day. Read on...
  12. School Begins, Slow Down and Help Keep Students - and Yourself - Safe

    Classes begin tomorrow, August 8, 2019 for students in the Las Cruces Public Schools. Now is a good time to remember to pay attention and be more aware as the students travel to and from City schools and motorists drive nearby. Read on...
  13. Solidarity Ceremony, Flags at Half-Staff for El Paso Shooting Victims

    Las Cruces Mayor Ken Miyagishima, City Councilor Gabe Vasquez and the Las Cruces City Council invite residents to join them at 8 p.m. today, August 5, 2019, at Plaza de Las Cruces for an expression of solidarity ceremony with the people of El Paso. Read on...
  14. Get Notified of City News and Stay Informed!

    Las Cruces and southern New Mexico residents can quickly and easily sign-up for email notifications about all kinds of City of Las Cruces news and stay informed! Learn more...
  15. Easily Accessible and No Wait: LCU East Mesa Customer Service Center

    Customer Central staff have a quick smile for Las Cruces Utilities (LCU) customers walking through the frosted door of the East Mesa Utilities Customer Service Office at 5195 Bataan Memorial West. Read on...
  16. Las Cruces Receives 2019 Insurify Most Educated Cities Award

    The City of Las Cruces is a recipient of the 2019 Insurify Most Educated Cities Award, from Insurify.com. Read on...
  17. Noise Ordinance Input Meeting

    The City is asking for input on changes proposed to the ordinance that regulates noise. Read on...
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