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Alvarado Gardens Neighborhood

Fall 2021 Cleanup

Thank you to all who participated in our neighborhood cleanup Saturday morning September 25!

Over a dozen energetic souls pulled weeds along Veranda and where the Duranes Lateral crosses Candelaria and Campbell, tidied up medians and bulb-outs along Candelaria, cleared out storm drain gratings, cleaned up trash along the ditch, cleared out growth that was obstructing bike lanes, and tidied up the area around the Kiosk which the Neighborhood Association will now maintain at the foot of Candelaria, all the way down at the ditch.

And a special thank you to workers from the COA Solid Waste Department who whisked it all away. What a difference these efforts make!

Updates on Parking in AGNA

Current status and background information regarding parking in AGNA can be found on the dedicated parking page.

The last update to the page was on Friday, July 23rd 2021.

Read about parking in AGNA.

Unified in Our Purpose, Strengthened by Our Differences

The Alvarado Gardens Neighborhood Association:

  • Believes it’s our diversity that makes us stronger, and we condemn racism in all forms
  • Supports the right of people to peacefully and legally protest
  • Is assembling a committee to promote inclusivity and build empathy in our community

Want to Get Involved?

Let’s work together to make our neighborhood more inclusive. Neighbor participation is important to keep the momentum going. Click here to connect with us (


Alvarado Gardens Neighborhood

The Alvarado Gardens neighborhood is nestled in Albuquerque's north valley along the Rio Grande. The approximate boundaries are Campbell Road to the south, Rio Grande Boulevard to the east, the river to the west and Veranda Road to the north.

Our community includes the Rio Grande Nature Center, beautiful bosque trails, and several multi-purposes ditches.

Get Involved

We are always looking for volunteers. More details are available on our volunteer opportunities page.