Welcome to the Taylor Ranch Neighborhood Association
For over 40 years, TRNA has been one of the largest and most active neighborhood associations in New Mexico and has won numerous awards at local and state levels.
TRNA represents Taylor Ranch to City, County, and State Governments and is recognized by the City of Albuquerque through the Neighborhood Recognition Ordinance, which allows us to obtain notifications of impending issues that may affect your life in Taylor Ranch.
Remember that TRNA is your community association. Your support is needed to continue to promote, protect, and improve the quality of life in Taylor Ranch!
The TRNA Flea Market is back! October 7th @ 7am - noon
We look forward to seeing you at Cross of Hope Church on Saturday October 7th, 2023 from 7:00am to Noon!
Special Membership Meeting, October 3rd @ 6:30pm via Google Meet
We will be presenting revised bylaws for consideration and approval. A meeting link will be sent to all members.
Get to Meet Creighton Park, October 14th @ 10am - 2pm
Introducing the Creighton Park Pop Up Event! It will be held on Saturday the 14th of October from 10AM - 2PM at the park itself (SW corner of Taylor Ranch Dr and Montano Plaza Dr). This will be a city sponsored event and we will be inviting our local city councilor and state representatives to meet all of you and to see the potential for this space. We will also be working with the Parks and Rec Dept to secure tools, trash bags, and bins to beautify the park. You are more than welcome to jump in and get dirty and volunteer your time helping clean up the park, and you are equally welcome to just come out and show your support and talk to our representatives and neighbors. We will have a big canvas so everyone can share their ideas, hopes, and even designs for the park. This event will ALSO take place during the annular solar eclipse ~10:30am (Or maybe I should say the solar eclipse will take place during our event)! We hope to receive funding to provide them but bring your own solar glasses in case they are limited.
Taylor Ranch Neighborhood Boundaries
According to the TRNA by-laws, the TRNA boundaries are the Rio Grande River on the East, the lava flow and escarpment (Petroglyph National Monument/Open Space) on the West, Paseo del Norte (NM-423) on the North, and Western Trail/Namaste on the South. Click here to view the Integrated Development Ordinance (IDO) for zoning regulations
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Here is the latest information regarding the proposed Housing Forward zoning changes: