Alamogordo City Inventory of Infrastructure Needs

The City’s efforts to improve planning and implementation of infrastructure projects continues.

A Street Assessment project is underway which will help the City prioritize streets for maintenance and improvement. The contractor on this project will be driving every street in the city between July 7th and 17th to collect data. The data collection will result in a 10-year pavement maintenance and rehabilitation plan.

The City’s investment in updating our standards and ordinances and in developing tools for planning is creating such positive momentum,” said Public Works Director Nancy Beshaler. 

This effort will be enhanced by a Sewer Assessment, Water Master Plan, and Drainage Master Plan so that projects will be programmed with all the appropriate information evaluated. “

This all comes on the heels of the Commission’s approval of the update to the Technical Standards on June 14th, giving clarity and consistency to requirements for development within our city. Also, underway are updates to many of the city’s ordinances. Such a comprehensive effort has never before been undertaken by the city. Assistant City Manager Stephanie Hernandez shares, “This is a huge undertaking that will take a lot of collaboration between our Public Works & Utilities departments, but it’s an exciting step towards progress for our city. We hear from our citizens regularly and listen to their concerns about the conditions of the city’s streets and infrastructure. We hope this will give them some peace of mind knowing we are listening and doing what we can to address the needs of our city.”

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