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Jan, thru Mar. NeighborWoods tree planting
CABQ NeighborWoods will be planting Street Trees in February 2020 in Pueblo Alto!!
This is a collaboration of many organizations to enhance our urban forest, paid for by our city councilor Diane Gibson. Neighborhood volunteers will be knocking on doors to help find homes for these free street trees. Property owners must sign an agreement to water and be responsible for the tree care, and can qualify for a rebate on their water bills. For more info, please watch your email or, if you aren't part of the PANA mailing list, email to our address above.
Please watch out for volunteers in the GREEN T-shirts coming around soon!
Solid Waste Management Department, Parks and Recreation, and
PNM will recycle
real Christmas Trees for FREE at three
separate locations in Albuquerque beginning December 30,
2019. No artificial trees will be accepted. PNM Vegetation
Management crews and Parks and Recreation staff will grind trees
into mulch chips, which can then be used as mulch to provide a
better growing environment for plants and residential landscapes.
Residents can pick up the mulch free of charge while supplies
Trees may be dropped off between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday, December 30, 2019 through Sunday, January 12, 2020 at the following locations:
For more information call 311, TTY 711, or visit www.cabq.gov/solidwaste/our-department/events/treecycling
Green Retail Ordinance and Bernco plastics ban
effective January 1, 2020
To learn more about the city odinance visit www.cabq.gov/solidwaste/clean-and-green-retail-ordinance. For information on the couty ordinance see www.bernco.gov/planning/plastic-and-polystyrene-ban-faqs.aspx.
After a delay, property tax bills are now available! For more information about the property tax bill delay, due dates and what it means for monthly and semi-annual payments, please visit 2019 Property Tax Delay.
The latest edition of the monthly is now available online at the ONC web site.
The 40 pumpkins (donated by McCall's Pumpkin Patch) were happily carved up.
The pumpkin selection.
The carvers hard at work.
We were very happy with the turn out for the annual meeting. See a copy of the notes here.
Attendees in conversation.
Quite a turn out to this year’s block party. An incredible selection of food was contributed by your neighbors. This chronicler missed the jam session that formed shortly after this picture was taken and lasted until...?
PANA at dusk.
Thank you neighbors for coming out to this year’s National Night Out. We had a good turn out and got to know our neighbors from McDuffie-Twin Parks Neighborhood Association. Adults and kids enjoyed playing in the park, snow cones and talking with each other and Councelor Diane Gibbson.
We hope to do more events in the future at Hidden park and if you have any ideas or suggestions, please send an email to PanaAbq(at)gmail(dot)com.
The gathering (thinned somewhat around 7:45).
Creative use of the corn-hole game.
We were very pleased with the Saturday, July 6, 2019 turnout for 1st annual El Tour de PANA bike rally - from the participants (50 cyclists), to the volunteers, to the various business support we had!
Bike tuneup by Hans (Bike 505)
Parks and Rec. helmet program (ask your teacher)
Passing the first turn.
They have arrived at the park.
The line for ice cream (I Scream Ice Cream)
Andy the Juggler entertains.
Important government contact points for our neighborhood.