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FWNA Annual Meeting May 16, 2021

Fair West Neighborhood Association FWNA will hold our Annual Meeting at Marion Fox Park on Saturday, May 16th from 1:00 to 3:00 pm. This will be a hybrid meeting with Zoom and socially distanced in person. Read More…


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The Fair West Neighborhood Association (FWNA) enables local residents, businesses, and city officials to exchange ideas and promote the well-being and safety of the people who live and work here. Our association was established to represent a unified voice representing the concerns of all of our community.

Contact us! We want to hear your ideas, comments, and questions.

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.

Margaret Mead


Did You Know?

The story behind San Mateo’s street naming has origins in Fair West.

“According to Judy Nickell in her book “Atrisco to Zena Lona,” the area between San Mateo and San Pedro, between Zuni and Lomas, was subdivided by Mary Fox. It is Fox who gave San Mateo street its name.

Fox’s travels to South America with her husband, Marion L. Fox, provided the inspiration for the names. Mr. Fox was involved in installing telephone lines in South America. Many of the streets in the subdivision, including San Mateo, were named for Venezuelan towns the couple visited while there”…. Read the ABQJournal article [PDF]


IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING PARKING PERMITS

DMD Parking will still provide 2020-21 permits FOR FREE for persons who wish to pick them up in-person, as residents have always done. The new fees only apply to those wishing to use the online system.  See DMD Press Release

2019 documents regarding on-street, permit-only parking for Fair West Neighborhood are posted on the Fair West Neighborhood Permit-Only Parking webpage.


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