Neighbors, Please update your 2024 Annual Dues today!
Neighbors, Please update your 2024 Annual Dues today!
NAACA: 11003 Anaheim Ave. NE Alb., NM 87122
The Mission of the NAACA is to serve North Albuquerque Acres residents by working to preserve and enhance the unique semi-rural character and lifestyle of the NAA community.
The NAACA is run by NAA volunteers. We are always looking for more neighbors to help us protect our sector plan /zoning and enhance the quality of life in our community. Suggestions are always welcome!
Why your NAACA membership is so important:● You are part of our large Community Association. There is strength in numbers when we need to protect our Sector Plan.● The NAACA Board researches issues affecting our community such as: Sector Plan Protection, Zoning, Drainage issues (AMAFCA), Road Conditions.● NAACA works closely with City, County and State offices and officials when necessary to protect our neighborhood and our neighbors. We represent our members before our elected representatives such as: during hearings at the Bernalillo County Commission, Zoning and Planning, etc.● Outreach keeps our community environmentally cohesive and safe such as: petitioning government for Capital improvement funds for roads and infrastructure.● NAACA keeps neighbors informed such as: new construction, changes etc.● NAACA sponsors community engaging events such as: Spring Clean-up, and soon a pancake feed or ice cream social (Covid allowing).Annual dues is still only $25 for NAACA membership. Along with the benefits mentioned above, you receive our bi-annual newsletters.
Hello and Happy Fall to all our North Albuquerque Acres Neighbors!
The NAACA Board invites our community to our Annual Meeting: October 19, 2023 at 6pm- Sandia Presbyterian Church’s Sunrise Chapel (South side of gym). Neighbors: update your membership, hear the latest news affecting our community, ask questions, discuss concerns, and hear guest speakers: BernCo Commissioner Walt Benson, and members from our County Sheriff’s office: Sheriff John Allen and Captain Justin Kimbrough. Members will also elect the Board of Directors.
Our Fall Newsletter is on hiatus, so this message will touch on some of the latest community news, but please attend the annual meeting and continue to check our website: NAACA.info for current events/news throughout the year.
NAACA met with the BernCo Public Works Department regarding much needed road repairs on Oakland between Ventura and Eubank. Additional funding from the upcoming 2024 State Legislature is required to complete repairs.
NAACA is monitoring BernCo Zoning Department’s requests for texts changes in Muni Code for zoning. We oppose anything that would change our Sector Plan.
BernCo Parks and Recreation/Open Space has been working hard to update the Ben Greiner Park. Together, along with Commissioner Walt Benson, we celebrate with a ribbon cutting ceremony/ice cream social for all the community on 9/23/23 at noon.
The NAACA is run by neighbor-volunteers and we are always seeking more neighbors to help. The Mission is: to serve North Albuquerque Acres residents by working to preserve and enhance the unique semi-rural character, lifestyle of the NAA community and (most importantly) to protect our Sector Plan/Zoning. Please ask your neighbors to become members and better yet, please volunteer with us!
I look forward to seeing you at the Annual Meeting!
David Neale, President
Summer Greetings NAACA Neighbors!
NAACA just attended a BernCo Community meeting regarding BernCo Comprehensive Plan. BernCo is updating archaic verbiage and references to the plan that no longer exist. The updated plan will NOT change zoning or our NAA sector plan...they are simply updating to current times. It is a long process and will take many months to be completed along with a vote of approval from our County Commissioners.
Please feel free to view plan from 2013 with note that:this is what they are updating...you may contact them with questions or comments
David Neale, President NAACA President@NAACA.info
To report NAA road maintenance issues please contact the following email address email@example.com
If your unhappy with the conditions of our roads in NAA please email our State Representative Bill Rehm at firstname.lastname@example.org
and Mark Moores State Senator at email@example.com to request additional funding to improve our roads.
September 28, 2022 UPDATE
A few of our Board Members and neighbors met with PNM"s Government and Community Relations Staff. They wanted to get feedback about what went wrong between PNM and the NAA neighbors as well as with PNM's appointed “Community Working Group” (in regards to the proposed Palomas Substation). PNM took notes and suggestions but did not divulge any significant information on revisiting Palomas substation location plan. The NAACA made it clear that we were not backing down from protecting the NAA sector plan!! We will keep our members informed when we are provided with any new significant information.
March 16,2022: UPDATE
The Honorable Denise Barela Shepard from the 2nd Judicial District Court has sent out her ORDER/OPINION and has DENIED PNM's appeal!!!
We await and will report what PNM's next move is after this loss!
March 7, 2022: Update
The Lawsuit is still pending in the 2nd Judicial District Court assigned to the Honorable Denise Barela Shepard. It is a "total record review" from the County Commission Hearing and all the thousands of letters, petitions, and live testimony will be reviewed. No date set. We will update as we hear news.
July 16, 2021: PNM has filed suit against BernCo (Commission's decision) with the Second Judicial District Court. No dates have been set. We will update information as we receive it.
June 15, 2021: The Board of Bernalillo County Commissioners denied PNM's appeal to allow a NAA sector plan amendment or a special use permit for a four acre electric substation on SW corner of Browning/PDN.
BernCo Commissioner Walt Benson
BernCo Sheriff's Office:
Under Sheriff Jareno and North Area Commander, Captain Kimbrough
Representative Bill Rehm
Information and List of frequently used numbers you may call to help dispose of unwanted items/trash and for reportage.
3/9/24: Bring used and found/dumped tires for disposal. NO FEE! Limited to 9 tires/vehicle.
N/E Corner PDN/Eubank