| Supper Rock
| ten subdivisions; one
neighborhood; founded: 1987
web site address: SRNA.website
email address: SRock692@comcast.net
Supper Rock Neighborhood Association is
a registered Neighborhood Association
with the City of Albuquerque.
P.O. Box 50577
Albuquerque, NM 87181
|Note: Our next Neighborhood Association Meeting will be Saturday 4 June 2022. Details below.|
History and Culture Opportunities: click here to see how much is available to you, as we begin to emerge from this Time of Covid!
New District Councilor: Renee Grout, our District 9 City Councilor since 1 Dec 2021, has named her policy analyst: Rachel Miller. Renee's office number is 505-768-3123 and her email is firstname.lastname@example.org while Rachel's is email@example.com (yes, two 'R's!)
Renee is creating a Homeless Task Force - ask her for more information and how you can help!
New Social Committee: SRNA resident Rae deVan is offering to spearhead a Social Committee for our Neighborhood to encourage interactions among our residents. The goal of the social committee will be to make this neighborhood feel like a community, where we know, help, and try to understand each other. We'd like to start by having some meet-ups where neighbors can get to know each other and eventually expand into regular group meetups by interest (seniors, play groups, etc.), form a network of people willing to assist neighbors with various tasks (e.g. babysitting, yardwork, grocery pickup), and to celebrate seasons and holidays (e.g. summer garden harvest trades or give-aways, Easter egg hunts, Winter solstice lighting of the parks). Successful cultivation of the community would provide a strong sense of safety, connection, and hopefully a sense that we are all in this life together.
Rae envisions some general meetings and events throughout the year including block parties, summer harvest exchanges, senior meetups and playdates for families. If there is interest, we could incorporate events surrounding various holidays and include traditions from whatever background you have. Further, we could possibly create a network for folks who need assistance with household tasks, rides, babysitting. We could have events at Supper Rock Park and City View Park. We could maybe get neighbors interested in being a block captain.
About Rae: "I originally came to NM for graduate school almost ten years ago, and like many others, became enchanted and entrapped and now call Albuquerque home. By profession I am an ecologist, but I am much more excited about my passions, spending time playing in and appreciating the outdoors, hanging out with friends and family, raising my daughter, and growing plants." email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Join SRNA: Download this form and mail it to P.O. Box 50577. Questions? Contact the SRNA Board by email: SRock692[at]comcast[dot]net
Foothills Command: Police officers from the APD Foothills Command have been attempting to visit Supper Rock Park at their shift change - residents should feel free to talk with them about neighborhood concerns - they are there to help us!
Our APS Board Member: Elizabeth Armijo is our Board District #6 APS School representative.
We are in District 7 for CNM and our rep there is Michael Glennon, former president of CNM.
Latest ABQ Neighborhood Newsletter:
Latest newsletter for Albuquerque Neighborhoods is now available to you at this link.
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.
Supper Rock NA sign: You can see one of our Neighborhood Association display signs near our 'entrance' on Copper Blvd, just East of Tramway. Our neighborhood web site URL (SRNA.website) is displayed there, as well as pertinent news for the neighborhood. We also have a second sign at the Encantado entrance to our neighborhood. Continue to check this SRNA.website as well.
SRNA Membership: Dues are $10/year. Membership Form is here (PDF).
|Neighborhood Newsletter||Click on the PDF link to read the latest news from the Office of Neighborhood Coordination, City of Albuquerque|
|Senior Citizens Hiking||The city provides day hikes four to six times a week, leaving from Senior Citizen centers. Hike the Jemez! A van will take you and return you.|
|Continuing Information of use to the Neighborhood|
review your Bernalillo County Property Tax records
|Where to take your hazardous waste, e.g., old paint and oil cans: information here|
page of today's
|See the current Pollen Count in Albuquerque.|
|| Dogs; Trash