WELCOME TO THE FOUR HILLS VILLAGE
a City-registered* Neighborhood Association
- To promote the general welfare and well-being of residents and property owners in Four Hills Village (FHV)
- To reflect their majority consensus, and
- To facilitate the involvement and opinions of its membership.
It's easy to participate in the Four Hills Village Neighborhood Association, just email us
or complete our short
. Dues are optional, but are very much appreciated to defray our overhead. You can mail voluntary dues to:
FHVNA; P.O. Box 51205; Albuquerque, NM 87181-1205.
2016 Movies in the Parks
[April 20, 2016] Bernalillo County Parks & Recreations announces their 2016 schedule for Movies in the Park
a free series of family-friendly movies in various ABQ Parks. The series kicks off on Saturday evening, April 30th, at dusk
with Monsters, Inc.
at the Westside Community Center, 1250 Isleta
Blvd. SW. For the complete list of movies, see their flyer
Bernalilo County Sheriff's Newsletters
Bernalillo Count Sheriff's March 2016 Newsletter
(pdf) - crime statistics and crime reduction tips.
Bernalillo Count Sheriff's February 2016 Newsletter
(pdf) - Next Door, how to ID a meth lab, street safety tips.
Bernalillo Count Sheriff's January 2016 Newsletter
(pdf) - winter storms, auto theft advisories, crime & safety tips.
Road Condition Updates
Road Advisory Hotline, call 511
(pdf) for latest road conditions; sign up for email/text alerts by downloading their mobile app
NM Department of Transportation Traffic Reports
NMDOT District 3 Traffic Report - 03/04/16
NMDOT District 3 Traffic Report - 02/04/16
City of Albuquerque Planning
City of Albuquerque's Planning Department's Report on issues Facing ABQ/BernCo
Notice of Intent to Construct Well #15 Emergency Generator
(pdf) an application for an air permit modification being submitted to the
Albuquerque Environmental Health Department Air Quality Division for Air Quality Permit #1786-M2 on Kirtland AFB. [11/30/15]
Welcome Shane Rogers, New APD Foothills Area Commander
Policy & Procedures Regarding Covenants and Architectural Control
Rio Metro Draft Transit Plan
*the difference between a City-recognized and City-registered Neighborhood Association is one of name only: both file the same paperwork, both are approved by the City of Albuquerque, and both receive the same