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This is the North Valley Coalition of Albuquerque, Los Ranchos and Bernalillo County, New Mexico.


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  • Edith Waste Transfer Station zone hearing deferred until July 13, Flying Star fundraiser tonight GGNA President David Wood informs us that "the City planner assigned to the zone change request for the Edith Transfer Station that they will be recommending another 30 day deferral until July 13" and that the long-awaited Economic Impact Assessment should be complete in the coming week.After the July 13th hearing is complete, there will be less than 90 days until the October Mayoral Election. The current administration will soon be a lame duck administration, and is losing much of the support it once had even from the City Council. We can’t celebrate yet.  Please make your calendar for Thursday, July 13th and plan on attending and testifying at the zone change hearing.  We must continue to ...
    Posted Jun 1, 2017, 10:14 AM by North Valley Coalition
  • Save the date! Annual Meeting set for Thursday, June 22 North Valley Coalition Annual Meeting Thursday, June 22, 20175:30 pm - Open House 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm - Presentations and Discussion, Board Seating and Elections Los Griegos Health and Social Services Center, 1231 Candelaria NWPLEASE NOTE THE LOCATION IS NOT THE NORTH VALLEY SENIOR CENTER (where most of our annual meetings have taken place).FULL AGENDA TO BE ANNOUNCED!New at-large board members will be elected (there are 5 additional slots for NVC members not associated with an organization), existing board members will be seated. The board members will elect new officers for the coming year. Are you interested in serving on the board or as an officer? Please contact nvcabq@gmail.com to get ...
    Posted Jun 1, 2017, 10:24 AM by North Valley Coalition
  • EPC recommends approval of the Integrated Development Ordinance, NVC members speak up The City's abc-zone.com website reports: At its fifth hearing on May 15, 2017, the EPC voted to recommend approval of the IDO and the Zoning Conversion Map to Council. See Notice of Decision for findings and conditions of approval. … Over the next month, the project team will create a redline of the IDO that includes the EPC's recommended Conditions of Approval for review by Council's Land Use, Planning, and Zoning Committee starting August 16, 2017. The zoning conversion map will also be updated to reflect the EPC's recommended conditions of approval.Written comments will be forwarded to the City Council for review by the Land Use, Planning, and Zoning Committee (LUPZ) during the next ...
    Posted Jun 1, 2017, 9:51 AM by North Valley Coalition
  • NVC requests EPC put the brakes on Rio Grande Crossing project (aka the "Garcia propery") In a letter this week to the Environmental Planning Commission, NVC President Peggy Norton articulated the Executive Committee's position that the EPC defer or deny the zone map amendment requested for the Rio Grande Crossing development at Interstate 40 and Rio Grande Boulevard NW. She writes: "This is a development with long-ranging impacts on the North Valley, particularly on the Rio Grande Boulevard corridor. There is no reason to rush this project. Additionally, the applicants have never approached the North Valley Coalition to do a presentation at one of our board/community meetings." Other concerns about traffic and impact to irrigation ditches were raised. The complete letter is attached, along with the zone map amendment application and the ...
    Posted Jun 1, 2017, 9:32 AM by North Valley Coalition
  • NVC's Position Paper on the Integrated Development Ordinance Attached is the text of the letter that NVC officer Doyle Kimbrough hand-delivered to the Environmental Planning Commission. We'll be discussing this at the 4/27/17 NVC meeting.
    Posted Apr 26, 2017, 8:54 AM by North Valley Coalition
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The boundaries of the NVC Area are consistent with those of the North Valley Area Plan. They are: Interstate 25 on the east; the Rio Grande on the west; Sandia Pueblo on the north; and Interstate 40 on the south.


The purpose of the NVC shall be to provide a forum for an exchange of ideas between residents, businesses, property owners, neighborhood associations, institutions, and government toward preserving, protecting, and enhancing the North Valley Area consistent with the adopted Goals and Policies of the North Valley Area Plan.

Who can join?

  • Any property owner, resident, or business owner within the North Valley Area
  • Any neighborhood, business or other group recognized by or registered with the City Office of Neighborhood Coordination or Bernalillo County and having at least one boundary within the North Valley Area
  • Any organized group which has at least 10 members and, as determined by the Executive Committee, has a demonstrated interest in the NVC and supports the goals and policies of the North Valley Area Plan
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