Supper Rock Neighborhood Associationten subdivisions; one neighborhood; founded: 1987
web site alias: SRNA.nm.org
Supper Rock Neighborhood Association is a registered Neighborhood Association
with the City of Albuquerque.
P.O. Box 50247
Albuquerque, NM 87181
ByLaws (PDF format; revised Sep 2014)
Membership Form (PDF format; revised Sep 2014)
Neighborhood Newsletter (PDF format; latest edition from the City)
Saturday 21 January: Our upcoming Supper Rock Neighborhood Association meeting will be held on Saturday 21 January 2017 at 1 pm at the Providence Presbyterian Church off Tramway at 13801 Encantado NE. Our guest will be Tim Keller, our New Mexico State Auditor (his photo at right), who will tell us how neighborhood projects obtain state funding. Please join us at 1 pm on Saturday!
Community Policing Council: the APD Foothills Policing Council (CPC) is in need of new members. Please read the details here.
More here from your Foothills Substation crime prevention unit.
Annual SRNA Meeting results: Your neighborhood assocation holds its required annual meeting each Fall, and on Saturday 1 October 2016, at 1 pm, we met at the Providence Presbyterian Church off Tramway and Encantado NE. Don Harris (District 9 city councilor), mentioned that there will be a new Singing Arrow Community Center built behind the Four Hills Shopping Center. SRNA Officers were elected for 2017: President: Kathleen Schlinder-Wright; Vice-President: Anne Gilstrap; Treasurer: Ken O'Keefe; Board Members: Ahmad Assed, Sherry Gaines, Colin Hamman. (we need someone to step up as Secretary). Next SRNA meeting: 21 January 2017.
East Gateway Metro Development: Albuquerque's East Gateway district, the area along Central Avenue and I-40 from Four Hills Road all the way to Wyoming Blvd, is the first glimpse of the City that visitors see as they pass through the Tijeras Canyon. The purpose of the Metropolitan Redevelopment Area Plan, in the works since 2009, is to make this area more welcoming to residents and visitors by facilitating redevelopment of vacant and underutilized land parcels and providing for a greater variety of businesses and services needed in the area. The web page for the Plan is here and the (large PDF file) Plan can be viewed here.
Comp Plan: In January 2016, the ABC-Z Project Team released for public review an update of the existing Comprehensive Plan for both the City of Albuquerque and Bernalillo County. Comments were due by March 11, 2016. What is this Plan and what happens now?
This comprehensive plan or “Comp Plan” is a policy document that is jointly adopted by the City of Albuquerque and Bernalillo County. It describes the community’s vision for the future of the built and natural environment and provides goals, policies, and implementing actions to achieve that vision. In this way, the Comp Plan shapes the future of Albuquerque and the unincorporated areas of Bernalillo County by guiding decisions about growth, development, and public investments related to land use, transportation, urban design, parks and open space, housing, economic development, neighborhoods, infrastructure, community facilities, and human services.
There are hundreds of plans for the City's development, such as the Metropolitan Redevelopment Area Plan (see above), and all such plans must fit within the vision of the Comp Plan. The Introduction to the Comp Plan (PDF file) is here. There is a chapter in the plan for each major emphasis, such as Neighborhoods, and Parks & Open Space. The Table of Contents with links to each chapter is here. The web site for the April 15-16 public discussion of revisions to the January draft and to help finalize the draft is here. The City of Albuquerque ABC-Z Project team will then finalize the draft to be submitted to the City’s Environmental Planning Commission as the first step in the review and approval process.
(March/April 2016) see this link. Bosque multi-use accessible path; news on ABQ Ride; telephone scan awareness: reported "IRS" telephone scams, and "Hi Grandma/Granpa, I'm in trouble!" telephone scams; Parks & Rec schedule.
(Jan - Feb 2016) see this PDF file. What are "skill-up" centers, and why is Noon Day so excited about having one? What are the City's suggestions to prevent residential break-ins?
(Dec 2015 - Jan 2016) see this PDF file. Have you seen the "Call 311" signs? There's a better way to handle the City's panhandlers! And what about the auto break-ins?
Open Space Car Smash: for our local (end of Copper) parking, see this PDF file
Four Hills Home Break-ins: How are they doing it? see this PDF file
Crime Summary from Foothills Area Command: visit their web site and scroll down to view Latest APD Foothills News which lists recent crimes. Log on to the APD Foothills Command Area web site and subscribe to "Foothills News"; you will receive automatic email notification whenever Jill Garcia (Foothills Area Command Crime Prevention Specialist) posts her daily watch notes and other crime prevention information. That way you can get the actual activity notification within 24 hours after the crimes occur.
You may be shocked to see how many crimes occur in the Albuquerque and Supper Rock area. Click on www.crimemapping.com and enter your address. For example, the map shows 384 crimes in Albuquerque in a one week period: 2 Nov 2015 to 8 Nov 2015.
Tree-of-heaven Project: Tree-of-heaven is an invasive tree in southwestern states that has been listed as a noxious weed in New Mexico. Read more here.
The Canyon Club (formerly the Four Hills Country Club) is open to you for dining membership, tennis membership, or golfing membership. Details here.
Four Hills Shopping Center: Located at SW corner of Tramway and Central, is now managed by Daskalos Development & Investments. Entire shopping center has received a new facade. Some of the primary tenants: Icon Cinema, featuring first-run movies, VIP seating, all-you-can-eat popcorn, all-you-can-drink Coke, Burke's Outlet, and Sprouts Farmers Market. The renovation continues.
No Solicitors! Our own APD Foothills Substation is now offering you a NO SOLICITORS sign free of charge. Click here for details. Here are some other items from Jill Garcia, Crime Specialist at our Foothills Substation:
Supper Rock NA sign: Congrats to our Neighborhood Association on the new display sign, which can be seen near our 'entrance' sign on Copper Blvd, just East of Tramway. Our neighborhood web site URL (SRNA.NM.org) will be displayed there, as well as pertinent news for the neighborhood. SRNA President is investigating the possibility of a second sign on Encantado entrance to our neighborhood. Continue to check your SRNA web site as well.
SRNA Membership: Dues are $10/year. Membership Form is here (PDF).
Bike/Pedestrian path on Tramway: Anne Hickman has worked with NM DOT to allow SRNA to be "in charge" of a section of the bike and walking trail on East side of Tramway Blvd near our neighborhood. Anne and a small group of volunteers accomplished our first clean-up back in March 2015. The idea is to clean the area along the bike path, not the "adopt a highway" larger area. Known clean-up times are in the Fall and in the Spring; otherwise as needed. Contact Anne here to get on the list to help!
Dead Vegetation: As a result of the past winter freezes, many of our yards now have dead pyracantha, dead ice plants, evergreens that are brown and not recovering. Please note that these dead plants can be an additional fire hazard to yourself and your neighbors during our ongoing drought conditions. If you need assistance in getting these hazards (and eyesores!) removed, please check with the City or a landscape company - or notify your SRNA officers!
What's happening in Albuquerque? Local blogs? Check SRNAdipity !!!
Did you see that bird? Brugge's Birds !!!
City Services: Our City of Albuquerque has an excellent City Services Information Line: dial 311. This service is also found on-line here.
Past vandalism in the Supper Rock Neighborhood areas!
Volunteer Opportunities for you
Identity Theft: What options exist for more secure mail boxes?
Concerned with vandalism? Mail or identity theft? Do you want a Neighborhood Watch program on your block? Click here for info or call Steve Sink of APD at 924-3600.
Supper Rock Park: Security Concerns
|Legal notice: Supper Rock Neighborhood Association is a nonprofit corporation, but we do not have "501-C-3" status with the IRS which would allow for the deductibility of donations.|
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