The Alameda North Valley Association is a non-profit, non-partisan and non sectarian association.
ANVA is a group of citizens concerned about the north valley area of Albuquerque, New Mexico. The problems of the North Valley are ever changing as is the focus of the association.
We address zoning issues when neighborhoods are facing changes brought by development or new ideas of use.
We try to make sure our north valley schools are treated fairly by the Albuquerque Public School system and that these schools serve our children’s needs in our complex society.
We support our community center to give everyone a place to go for fun and learning. We see the center as a facility to serve the needs of the people as the community decides.
We try to help neighborhoods work our problems with crimes and property damage. We support the concept of neighborhood watch programs.
We try to promote communication between the Alameda North Valley Association, county government, city government, village government, state government and business groups on plans, proposals and activities affecting this area.
We try to give the people of the north valley support and a voice in dealing with their concerns.
The association is neighbors helping neighbors. We welcome all our community friends and neighbors and ask that if you have any problems, ideas or solutions to problems affecting our community, that you come forward so that together we can work towards a better understanding and a more united community.
Contact the Alameda North Valley Association at firstname.lastname@example.org or 505-897-3052.