Welcome to the New Ladera West Neighborhood Association Website and Blog!

Hello Neighbors and Welcome!

The Ladera West Neighborhood Association (LWNA) has started this website to reach out to our fellow neighbors, provide resources and give us a way to further communicate. We’re glad you found us!  Feel free to pass this website on to your neighbors.

As you will see, this front page works like a blog – there will be occasional posts with neighborhood news and events (and you can scroll down to see previous posts).  If you’d like to recieve an automatic e-mail notice when there is a new post, join the blog through the handy “follow this blog” link to the right.

If you look to the top of this page, you will see links to other pages on this site – crime prevention, useful links, etc.  This website is for your benefit, so if you have ideas of other things you’d like to see on it, please post a comment and let us know!

Finally, if you’re not already on it, LWNA has an e-mail distribution list maintained by our President, Steve Collins.  He sends out occasional e-mails with important neighborhood information, events and crime alerts.  If you’d like to get on that distribution list, go to our “join” page.

THANK YOU AND WELCOME!!!!

(fyi, both the blog and e-mail distribution lists are for internal use only)

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Start a Neighborhood Watch on Your Street

Have you been thinking about having a neighborhood watch on your street?  It’s a great idea, and fairly easy to implement.  At the annual meeting APD Crime Prevention Specialist Pete Gelabert explained the process.  You basically need a block captain and some willing neighbors on your street (they are organized by individual streets) who will keep their ears and eyes open and report suspicious activity.  You can find more information from APD on starting a neighborhood watch program here.

Once your street decides to create a program, contact Pete Gelabert at pgelabert@cabq.gov and he will come out and talk to your group, provide materials, etc.

Ladera West Neighborhood Association Annual Meeting

The Ladera West Neighborhood Association (LWNA) Annual Meeting was held on September 23, 2014 at the Ladera Golf Course. APD Northwest Commander Dodi Camacho and Crime Prevention Specialist Pete Gelabert spoke about crime and crime prevention issues. You can find tips to help prevent mailbox thefts on our Crime Prevention page.

Elaine Romero, Policy Analyst for Councilor Sanchez, spoke about traffic, median, weed and other neighborhood issues.

The attendees shared their concerns and successes over the past year, including having Ouray renamed in honor of the late LWNA President, Bob McCannon.

The Board members were elected for another term and one new board member was elected to the board.