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!

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Annual Scholarship Fundraiser


Flea Market/Rummage Sale/Craft Fair



Our Annual TRNA Scholarship Fundraiser event will be held on Saturday, June 1st from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm.  All proceeds from space rentals are used to fund one or more scholarships for deserving Taylor Ranch high school seniors. 

So clean out your closets, garage, shed or storage unit.  Or, come on out and sell your arts and crafts. 

     Space Rental Fees:  Application Deadline May 25, 2024

          Members:  $10.00          Non-Members*:  $15.00 

     Space Size:  One Parking Space (8′ x 18′) 

TRNA will gladly sell your donation(s) to benefit our fund if you choose.  Please bring your donations to our booth that morning.  We will always be grateful if you simply wish to make a donation to probably the most worthwhile thing we do each year! 

Please contact Louis Garcia at 505.321.9019 or via email at L17garcia@yahoo.com to secure your spot. 

Thank you, in advance, for helping to support our TRNA Scholarship Fund. 

*For Membership information, click on Participate then Membership at the top of the home page.



TRNA Scholarship Awarded


CONGRATULATIONS Alynna!!



Greetings TRNA Residents,  

The Education Committee reviewed ten scholarship applications received this spring from students attending five different high schools.  They were asked to write an essay focused on neighborhood: the benefits of living in Taylor Ranch, what a strong community looks like, and how they will be contributing neighbors in their future. Our local schools, parks, programs, petroglyphs, and bosque were all praised, the importance of neighborliness was acknowledged, and a sense of safety was noted by everyone. They described a strong community that provides opportunities to support one another where all voices will be heard and included. This next generation intends to give back by carrying forward the concepts of connection and advocacy. Taylor Ranch can be very proud of the children we are raising.

The committee carefully reviewed the applications. We had the funds to award one scholarship, which was presented to Alynna Dyer at the annual meeting. She is an ambitious STEM scholar, and when she graduates this spring she will also be receiving her associate's degree in Biology, beginning her path to becoming a medical doctor. 

Congratulations Alynna!





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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