|Supper Rock Neighborhood Association|
| ten subdivisions; one
neighborhood; founded: 1987
web site address: SRNA.website
Supper Rock Neighborhood Association is a registered Neighborhood Association
with the City of Albuquerque.
P.O. Box 50577
Albuquerque, NM 87181
|Our next Neighborhood Association Meeting is Saturday April 27, 2019|
Join SRNA: Download this form and mail it to P.O. Box 50577. Questions? Contact the SRNA Board at: SRock4[at]comcast[dot]net
Next SRNA meeting: Our next neighborhood association meeting will be on Saturday, April 27, 2019 at 1 pm at the Providence Presbyterian Church off Tramway at 13801 Encantado NE.
Get Plowed! A few years back, Daskalos Development purchased the Four Hills Village Shopping Center (SW corner of Central and Tramway) and began renovation. The most recent tenant to move into the center is Tractor Brewing Company ( getplowed.com). They opened a local pub similar to what they have in Nob Hill. Details are here. Tractor Brewing joins Icon Cinema and Sprouts Farmers Market in the renovated shopping center.
Our APS Board Member: Elizabeth Armijo took over as our Board District #6 APS School rep in April 2017. We are in District 7 for CNM and our new rep there is Michael Glennon, former president of CNM.
Past SRNA meetings: Supper Rock Neighborhood Association [SRNA] met Saturday January 26, 2019 at the Providence Presbyterian Church off Tramway at 13801 Encantado NE. Speakers included: Officer Jeremy Hollier who introduced recent police Academy grads Officer Jacob Austin and Officer Kate Pride, all of APD Foothills Command; Don Harris, City Councilor (District 9) also spoke at the meeting as did two reps of the City's ABQ Zoning Dept: Carol Toffaleti and Mikaela Renz-Whitmore.
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.
Latest ABQ Neighborhood Newsletter:
Latest newsletter for Albuquerque Neighborhoods is always available 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.
The Canyon Club at Four Hills (formerly the Four Hills Country Club) is open to you for dining membership only, tennis and swimming 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.
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).
|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