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.
Please join us Monday, Oct 31st for our annual Scary Supper in Fox Memorial Park from 5:00 PM to Dusk.
This is a fun event where neighbors arrive in their best disguises and show off their great costumes before the trick-or-treating begins! FWNA will provide the scary supper of hot dogs, baked potatoes, and salad.
This event needs you. If you wish to donate or volunteer, please contact Paul at Paulsanchez7771@gmail.com by Wednesday, October 27th.
Please practice COVID safety Hope to see you there. Happy Halloween!
The Revitalize San Pedro Partnership (RSPP) is a group of neighborhood associations (Fair West, Mile-Hi, Mark Twain, Alvarado Park), 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.
We’re revved up and ready to launch the first RSPP Business Connections!
Enjoy some food and beverages and get acquainted with your fellow businesses, neighborhood leaders, City Councilors Fiebelkorn and Davis, APD, ABQ Community Safety, and other key partners.
WHEN: Wednesday, June 1, 6:00 – 8:00 PM WHERE: Navajo Elks Lodge #863 525 San Pedro Drive, suite 108
Learn about real action happening right now along the San Pedro Corridor to tackle critical issues like safety, crime, and economic growth. We look forward to learning more about YOU and what brought and keeps you here in the community!
We’re focused on developing a strategic plan by the end of 2022 that reflects the top priorities for neighborhood businesses. Designation as a New Mexico MainStreet Urban Neighborhood Commercial Corridor has provided a tremendous boost of technical expertise, training and funding opportunities – but we cannot create a workable action plan without YOU!
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