The City of Española
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With the Census workers leaving packages with an individual's Census ID number, we also want to remind people to complete the questionnaire and it can be done online at 2020census.gov
The City of Española is the Heart of Northern New Mexico, Where Cultures Unite!
Countdown to the Wise (La Joya) Fire Station Ribbon Cutting!
We are continuing to grow our emergency services to protect our beautiful Española Valley!
Congratulations Connor McCubbins!
We’d like to welcome the newest fire fighter to the City of Española!
Española Firefighters Union IAFF 4339
Pictured: Judge Joseph Madrid, Chief Martinez, Deputy Chief Wickersham and City Manager Eric Lujan
All week at City of Española Public Library
🎃👻Stop by for your Grab N Go Crafts!👻🎃
DON’T FORGET PICKLEBALL TUESDAY AND THURSDAY AT THE LUCERO CENTER🏓 9:30-11:30
Crew of the Week!!!!
We would like to recognize our Field Operations Department. Our Streets crew has been working diligently to fill pot holes and help around the city wherever necessary to keep Española beautiful!
Thank you Española Firefighters Union IAFF 4339 and Lowe's Home Improvement for hosting a wonderful event for the City of Española!
Come out to Lowe’s tomorrow!
4th Annual Fire Prevention 🚒🧯🔥
🚒Get Free Smoke Detectors
🚒Raffles and Great Prizes
Española Firefighters Union IAFF 4339
Support Española Firefighters Union IAFF 4339
Support Breast Cancer!!!
Our 2023 Breast Cancer shirts are Now Available for purchase!
All funds raised go towards individuals who are battling cancer in our community. If you would like to purchase a shirt, contact Alex Suazo at 505-927-4434. Shirts are $20 and we have sizes small to 3Xl
If you’re in the area, Don’t forget to come out to the Hunter Ford Building lot for fresh corn and delicious cantaloupe/hibiscus drinks!
Or if you’d like to be a vendor, please contact the City of Española Planning Department at 505-699-1195!
👻Don’t Forget to Mark your Calendars!!!!👻
🧡Lucero Center Recreation- Friday, Oct 27 from 4-7
Mayor Vigil and City Manager Eric Lujan pictured with Lieutenant Governor Howie Morales and Española native Joseph Guillen, presenter of the Annual Joe Guillen Distinguished Service Award from the New Mexico Department of Finance & Administration at the 26th Annual New Mexico Infrastructure Finance Conference. Mayor Vigil and Mr. Lujan are working diligently and going after infrastructure funds to improve our beautiful City of Española, The Heart of Northern New Mexico!
And the Winner is #4! The 50’s🎶🎶🎶🎶
Don’t forget to check out all the activities our Senior Center offers! Zumba💃🕺Bingo 🎉 And More!!!!
Senior Center Costume Contest 🎃👻
City crews are out busily handling some pothole damage repair on East Pueblo Drive which have been a major issue for several years. The overall goal is the City will continue to work to secure funding for the eventual repaving of the entire roadway.
We are experiencing a widespread outage affecting the West Side of the city attributed to a malfunction valve at Northern New Mexico College. We hope to have service restored very soon to the residents.
¡Buenos días la valle de Española! It’s always important that we “Believe In Our Valley, Love Our Valley!” This billboard depicts Downtown Española on Oñate Street circa 1930s. The photo is courtesy of Mayor Vigil’s personal collection. This was printed with help from our friends at New Mexico Office Products!
City staff are busily working on the restoration of many of our medians in the City especially the gateway medians located near Trujillo Loop which greet visitors and locals alike to the east and west sides of our community.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
For Immediate Release: Event Postponed
Mayor Vigil will be on KDCE 950AM at 9:00am this morning to discuss the new direction for the City of Española as well as some upcoming events in our community.
🚒 Exciting News from the Española Fire Department! 🚒
We're thrilled to announce that our Fire Department has made significant progress. Our ISO (Insurance Services Office) rating has improved from 5 to 4, thanks to the dedication and hard work of our entire team. 🌟
ISO evaluates various factors such as training hours, personnel, apparatus, equipment, and city water supply. While we aimed for a rating of 3, this is a significant step in the right direction. 🔥
So, what does this mean for you? Starting Dec 1st, you're eligible for lower home or commercial insurance rates. Reach out to your insurance provider on that date to see how much you can save. 💰
We want to express our gratitude to our incredible department for their efforts in lowering the city's ISO rating. Teamwork makes the dream work! 🙌👨🚒👩🚒
We are thankful to all of our City staff that have worked so hard to beautify our City for the celebration of Fiesta in our Valley.
Non-essential services of the City closed today at 2pm to allow our staff to celebrate early with their families.
City Employees Clean Up Streets Before Fiesta City government workers cleaned the west side of Española last week ahead of this weekend’s fiesta.
The City of Española will be closed on Friday, June 30th to participate in the Community Clean Up Initiative throughout West Española. All non-essential services will be affected. If you have any questions, please contact City Hall at 505-747-6100
The￼ City Of Española Police Department welcomes the the Su***de Awareness Bus & Spirit House ™️. Thank you for bringing ￼your hope and message to our beautiful valley.￼
Be safe out there sir! Thank you for your service and dedication to our community! We are grateful for our law enforcement and emergency services personnel!
Congratulations to our newest officers of the Española Police Department! Officer Donivan Byers who was sworn in by Municipal Judge Joseph Madrid and commissioned by Mayor John Ramon Vigil this morning. Also congratulations to Kumo, our newest K9 Member!
Be safe out there gentleman and thank you for the commitment to our beautiful Valley!
Join Española Public School District for the renaming ceremony for the Española Valley High School Baseball Field.
Wednesday, May 24th beginning at 1:00PM
Our staff has been working diligently throughout the weekend to address drainage issues for City roads and streets.
Please understand that Riverside Drive, Paseo de Oñate, Fairview Lane, El Llano Road, Santa Clara Bridge Road, Los Alamos Highway, South McCurdy Road, Upper & Lower San Pedro Road and State Road 76 are the sole responsibility of the New Mexico Department of Transportation. We will continue to work to mitigate issues throughout the City to the best of our ability.
Please call Central Dispatch at (505) 753-5555 for severe flooding situations.
The City of Española thanks all the residents for their understanding today with the heavy rainfall combined with spring runoff that has impacted the city. Staff from all departments worked diligently to address major issues that occurred throughout. The City continues to monitor the ongoing situation with the Santa Cruz River and the impacted areas of Santo Niño and Riverside and will continue to post updates as needed.
The City of Española is continuing to closely monitor and are working to address the damage caused by the flooding. Residents are encouraged to stay informed about the situation and follow any instructions provided by City of Española. For more information we will update Facebook. Please see the map with the affected areas.
Murder suspect, Kevin Martinez, was apprehended last night just outside city limits in Rio Arriba County (El Llano area).
Wanted suspect Kevin Martinez was arrested tonight around 1030pm.
There is a burn occurring at the Prince Ranch being coordinated by the Public Works Department with assistance from the Española Fire Department.
Thoughts and prayers going out to our neighbors of the City of Farmington.
Police Chief Mizel García recognized Lieutenant Don López, Police Officers James Mayers, Maxim Alaníz, Justin Burke and Marcos Tapia at Tuesday’s City Council Meeting for the outstanding bravery and action regarding the Amber Alert that occurred on Friday, April 21st. Thank you for your service to our community and continue to keep you safe on the streets of our City!
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