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You’re Invited to Revitalize San Pedro Business Connections Gathering!

The Revitalize San Pedro Partnership is excited to host the third RSPP Business Connections gathering! Come enjoy some great local food and beverages and get acquainted with your fellow businesses and neighborhood leaders.

Special guests at our February 15th meeting include Laura Kuehn, APD Crime Prevention/Crime Free Programs; Charlene Romero, APD Southeast Area Command’s new Crime Prevention Specialist; and Carissa Vender (invited), Small Business Liaison, City of Albuquerque.

WHEN: Wednesday, February 15, 6:00pm – 8:00pm
WHERE: Navajo Elks Lodge, 525 San Pedro Dr. NE, suite 108

The RSPP is a group of neighborhood associations (Alvarado Park, Fair West, Mark Twain, Mile Hi), businesses and residents that have partnered with the City of Albuquerque and New Mexico MainStreet to promote the unique features of San Pedro Drive between I-40 and Central Avenue and work toward solutions to challenges within this Corridor.


We hope you’ll join us on Feb. 15th to learn about our new 18-month Action Plan that will help guide our organizational development and take important steps forward to help tackle critical issues like safety, crime, and economic growth and vitality.

Follow RSPP on Facebook @RevitalizeSanPedro
Email: revitalizesanpedro@gmail.com
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FAIR WEST NEWS | Jan 2023

Read the January issue [PDF Download]

FWNA publishes a monthly newsletter to inform residents of the latest neighborhood issues and news.  Copies are sent out by email via Blog, posted to the website and available at FWNA social events. A big thank you to Dayna who is putting together the FWNA newsletters!

Newsletter Archive

Fair West residents and businesses are encouraged to provide content. If you’d like to submit a guest commentary, story idea, photograph, or article for the newsletter, please email dayna.vocasek @ outlook.com.

FAIR WEST NEWS | Nov 2022

Read the November issue [PDF Download]

FWNA publishes a monthly newsletter to inform residents of the latest neighborhood issues and news.  Copies are sent out by email via Blog, posted to the website and available at FWNA social events. A big thank you to Dayna who is putting together the FWNA newsletters!

Newsletter Archive

Fair West residents and businesses are encouraged to provide content. If you’d like to submit a guest commentary, story idea, photograph, or article for the newsletter, please email dayna.vocasek @ outlook.com.

Fair West Block Caption Program Re-Launches

Learn how you can join the team to make Fair West neighborhood a safer place to live, build relationships and help neighbors stay connected to happenings in the community.

Presentation by Laura Keuhn, APD’s Crime Prevention – Crime Free Programs Director

Saturday, November 5th, 2022 @ 1:00 PM
Alice K. Hoppes African American Pavilion – Expo New Mexico
see map [PDF]

FAIR WEST NEWS | Oct 2022

Read the October issue [PDF Download]

FWNA publishes a monthly newsletter to inform residents of the latest neighborhood issues and news.  Copies are sent out by email via Blog, posted to the website and available at FWNA social events. A big thank you to Dayna who is putting together the FWNA newsletters!

Newsletter Archive

Fair West residents and businesses are encouraged to provide content. If you’d like to submit a guest commentary, story idea, photograph, or article for the newsletter, please email dayna.vocasek @ outlook.com.

CABQ Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event

The City of Albuquerque’s Department of Municipal Development, Engineering Division; Solid Waste Management Department; Bernalillo County, and Advanced Chemical Transport (ACT) are sponsoring a free household hazardous waste collection event.

Residents of Albuquerque and Bernalillo County are encouraged to bring their household hazardous waste on this drop-off day. Examples of household hazardous waste include those items that can burn easily (flammable), corrode or irritate the skin (corrosive), or poison humans and animals (toxic).

WHEN: November 5, 2022 from 10am to 3pm

WHERE: Balloon Fiesta Park, 5000 Balloon Fiesta Parkway NW, Albuquerque, NM 87113

  • Participants are required to complete and bring the attached form to the event.
  • Participants must have all items visible in the trunk or back seat of their car.
  • An Advanced Chemical Transport (ACT) employee will remove the items from the participant’s vehicles and the participant will continue driving through the line.

Please find the link below for more information or to print the form and bring it to the event on Saturday, November 5th from 10am to 3pm.

https://www.cabq.gov/HHW