S. R. Marmon Neighborhood Association (SRMNA)

  • Bernalillo County has opened Peer Drop-In Services at Central & Unser Library.
  • NWC Community Policing Council, Wednesday, September 18, 6:00 p. m. at the Don Newton Taylor Ranch Community Center.
  • A community memorial burial service for unclaimed and indigent residents will be held on Thursday, Sept. 19, 2019, 9:30 a.m. at Fairview Cemetery, 700 Yale SE. All are welcome to attend.
  • Exercise and keep ABQ beautiful at the same time! Register for the inaugural plogging event happening on September 21 in the bosque. Form and info.
  • AAA New Mexico Shred-a-Thon this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. You may bring up to five storage boxes or five paper bags filled with your personal papers to 9231 Coors Road NW.
  • Route 66 West Fest is Saturday, September 21, from 11:00 a. m. to 6:00 p. m. at the Ted Gallegos Alamosa Community Center, 6900 Gonzales Rd. SW. Music, including Al Hurricane, Jr.! Boxing demo and car show. For more information, contact jgallegoswccdg@gmail.com or 505.385.5809.
  • The EPA seeks public comment on four documents regarding the TREATMENT OF DATA OF AIR QUALITY DATA INFLUENCED BY EXCEPTIONAL EVENTS. ThE public review period runs from September 11 to October 11, 2019. Comments received or postmarked on or before October 11, 2019 will be submitted with the documentation to EPA Region 6 for review. Submission information here.
  • The Bernalillo County Community Health Council (BCCHC) seeks feedback from the public on gun violence. Take the on-line survey.
  • The September Historical and Cultural calendar is now available. Good stuff! here.
  • West Mesa swimming pool is open through September!
  • Teen Nights Program continues through September! For youths aged 12 to 19. Schedule.
  • You can help track disposed needles with the on-line app. Bernalillo County would like to know where you have picked up disposed needles to help track the migration of drug use.
  • Heads up! If you travel on Central Avenue, be aware that city bus drivers are training on the ART busses and learning how to use the special lanes.
  • For general information about Bernalillo County Health Council needle pickup initiatives, contact Pelatia Trujillo, Program Specialist, at (505) 246-1638 or pelatia@bchealthcouncil.org
  • Any person residing within city limit may apply for the Police Oversight Board. Qualified applicants are placed into a pool of candidates available for future appointment when vacancies occur. Apply. For info about the POB and Civilian Police Oversight Agency (CPOA), visit the web site.
  • Oro del Valle Events Calendar 2019
  • On the first Sunday of every month, there is FREE ADMISSION for NM residents to the NM Museum of Natural History and Science in Old Town.
  • FREE ADMISSION at Albuquerque Museum each first Wednesday of the month.
  • First Friday of every month enoy FREE ADMISSION to the Balloon Museum.
  • Remember the free ARTScrawl events.
  • The Offcenter Community Arts schedule is here.
  • Food Pantry donations are being accepted for the City Food Pantry Program. Food pantry services are available at the Alamosa, East Central, John Marshall, and Los Griegos Health and Social Service Centers five days a week. Contact marmijo@cabq.gov for more info.
  • Get a Pen Pal at the Central and Unser Library the first Saturday of the month. Make envelopes, gift cards, and new friends. FREE
  • Volunteer opportunity as a Sunport Ambassador. Apply online.
  • You can download the OneABQ app here and use it to report problems and get information.
  • SeeClickFix.com is another way to report something to the 311 system.
  • You may connect your home security camera to the Security Camera Analytical Network (SCAN) by going here.