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!

Neighborhood at a Crossroads: Taylor Ranch

The Taylor Ranch neighborhood on Albuquerque’s west side boasts one of the prime locations in the entire city, surrounded by natural wonders and scenic views in every direction. But it has also weathered its share of challenges during the last few
decades, a subject explored in a new video on the history of the area.

One Albuquerque Media presents the debut screening of the video on July 10 at 6:00 pm at the Don Newton-Taylor  Ranch Community Center, 4900 Kachina NW. It is the eighth in a series on historic Albuquerque neighborhoods. The video will also go live that evening on the One Albuquerque Media website and on Comcast Channel 16.

The series — Neighborhoods At a Crossroads — is produced by Anthony DellaFlora and Charles “Bazz” McClain for One Albuquerque Media.

The video traces the history of the subdivision from its humble beginnings as a cattle ranch owned by Joel and Nina Taylor and highlights its importance as a catalyst for the explosive growth on the city’s west side in the 70s and 80s.

“We always try to find  something unique about each neighborhood, and a couple things stood out about Taylor Ranch,” said DellaFlora. “First, because of its location at Coors Boulevard and Montaño Road, it was at the epicenter of several contentious planning and zoning issues, including the Montaño Bridge and a  proposed Walmart.

"Secondly, we were struck by the dedication of the neighborhood association and local residents in trying to preserve and improve the quality of life there. The level of activism necessary to hold the city and developers to planning and zoning guidelines, for example, was extraordinary,” he added.

Other neighborhoods profiled in the series include  Martineztown, Alamosa, Barelas, Wells Park, Thomas Village, Hoffmantown and South Broadway.

We look forward to seeing you at this screening!

News & Events - Updates & Coming

Annual Scholarship Fundraiser

Flea Market/Rummage Sale/Craft Fair

Our Annual TRNA Scholarship Fundraiser event was held on Saturday, June 1st.

Thank you to all of our vendors and guests for helping to make this a successful event. 

All proceeds will be used to fund one or more scholarships for deserving Taylor Ranch high school seniors.


June 2, 2024 or July 13, 2024

Advance Healthcare Directives

Greetings TRNA Residents,

End of Life Options New Mexico is offering a free workshop on Advance Healthcare Directives.

Many of us don't fully understand this topic, so register for this workshop to get your questions answered.

Volunteers will lead small group discussions designed to give you the information you need to complete an Advance Healthcare Directive.

Registration is required and space is limited. Click on the link below to view the flyer with registration information and additional details.

Link to Workshop Flyer

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

Donate to our Land Use Fund

Help our neighborhood with current preservation initiatives by donating.

Here is the latest information regarding the proposed Housing Forward zoning changes:

Our Sponsors