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First of all, do not remove the sign. You are encouraged to attend the July 10th, City Council meeting to address the city's concerns with your building/structure/property. In the meantime, you are welcomed to contact the Planning & Land Use Office for assistance at 409 N. Paseo de Oñate.
If you are a property owner, or concerned member of the public, and cannot attend the July 10th meeting, a letter can be submitted voicing your concern. If approved, and to assure due process, the Governing Body will review Resolution 2018-15 monthly. Therefore, you will have plenty of opportunities to be heard. Check the City Council calendar to be updated on upcoming meetings.
We agree that this is not a complete list of abandoned or vacant structures within the city - It is just a start. Other Resolutions may follow to address those that were not listed this round.
Property Owners for properties are obtained through the County Assessor's Offices; Title searches are also being conducted. If you are not the owner, please notify the Planning & Land Use Department and they will provide contact information so you can begin updating the property's record with the County.
Contact the Planning & Land Use Department when you want the progress of your property to be documented. Code Enforcement can be contacted at 505-747-6067 or 505-747-6061. Your progress will be shared at the next scheduled City Council meeting and reviewed during the continuation of Public Hearing for Resolution 2018-15.
A demolition permit is required and can be obtained through the Planning & Land Use Office at 409 N. Paseo de Oñate. A residential structure can be demolished independently with the permit; however, any commercial structure will require demolition by a licensed contractor. Please contact us for more information at 505-747-6082.