Apodaca Blueprint Design Workshop - December 18, 2017

Contact: David Weir, AICP, Las Cruces Community Development
Phone: 575-528-3066

Apodaca Blueprint Design Workshop

Las Cruces residents, property owners, and business owners are invited to participate in a community design workshop during the week of January 8 through January 12, 2018 to promote reinvestment in the neighborhoods between Apodaca Park and Interstate 25. Workshop activities will explore possible land use and development options on the former Las Cruces Country Club property, City-owned property at the intersection of Madrid Avenue and Triviz Avenue, and other key locations in the Apodaca Blueprint planning area identified during the workshop.

The Apodaca Blueprint design workshop will include evening events and daily public drop-in hours. Key evening activities include:

  • Monday, January 8 (6:00 – 7:30 pm*): Kick-off Open House, American Legion Post #10, 1185 E. Madrid Avenue
  • Tuesday, January 9 (6:00 – 7:30 pm*): Technical Issues Workshop, American Legion Post #10, 1185 E. Madrid Avenue
  • Wednesday, January 10 (6:00 – 7:30 pm*): Preliminary Concepts Workshop, Branigan Library, 200 E. Picacho Avenue
  • Thursday, January 11 (6:00 – 7:00 pm**): Final Presentation, Branigan Library, 200 E. Picacho Avenue

*Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday: No formal presentation.  Drop-in any time during advertised hours.
**Thursday: Formal presentation begins at 6:00 pm.

Attend and participate in any or all events that fit into your busy schedule. For a detailed schedule of all Apodaca Blueprint neighborhood design workshop activities and public drop in hours, please visit: http://www.apodacablueprint.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Design-Workshop-Flyer.pdf

For additional information, contact David Weir, AICP, Community Development Department at: 575-528-3066 or dweir@las-cruces.org.

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Apodaca Blueprint: Planning Area Preferences Survey - November 27, 2017

Contact: David Weir, AICP, Las Cruces Community Development
Phone: 575-528-3066

Apodaca Blueprint: Planning Area Preferences Survey

Residents, property owners, and business owners are invited to participate in the first on-line public survey regarding reinvestment in, and the revitalization of, neighborhoods adjacent to Apodaca Park. The on-line “planning area preferences” survey represents the first of many planned public input opportunities related to the City’s Apodaca Blueprint neighborhood planning initiative.

The Apodaca Blueprint was initiated by City Council Resolution 18-032 on September 18, 2017.  The planning area includes the former Las Cruces Country Club property as well as City-owned property at the intersection of Madrid Avenue and Triviz Avenue. Interested persons may learn more about the Apodaca Blueprint neighborhood planning initiative at: http://www.apodacablueprint.com/.

Residents, property owners, and business owner may access the public survey here:

In English: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ApodacaBlueprintSurvey1
En Español: https://es.surveymonkey.com/r/ApodacaBlueprintSurveyEspanol

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Apodaca Blueprint Project Website Online - November 13, 2017

Contact: David Weir, AICP, Las Cruces Community Development
Phone: 575-528-3066

Apodaca Blueprint Project Website Online

 The public is invited to access a new website dedicated to the City of Las Cruces’s recently initiated Apodaca Blueprint neighborhood planning effort. Interested residents, property owners, and business owners are invited to learn more about the Apodaca Blueprint planning initiative by accessing the website at the following address: www.apodacablueprint.com. This website will serve as the clearinghouse for all project announcements, online surveys, documents, and news.

The Apodaca Blueprint was initiated by City Council Resolution 18-032 on September 18, 2017. The planning effort is designed to promote neighborhood vitality and investment to the east and southeast of Apodaca Park. The plan will recommend “neighborhood conservation” strategies intended to maintain or improve the condition of property and quality of life within Apodaca-area neighborhoods as new development opportunities influence the area.

For more information, contact David Weir, AICP, Community Development Department at: 575-528-3066 or dweir@las-cruces.org.

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