Los Alamos County Line

Los Alamos County – County Line:

It’s been a hectic week for County employees with all the clean up activities needed after the big rain storms that came through Los Alamos and White Rock last week. So, this week’s County Line newsletter gives you a brief update on some of those activities, but otherwise, it’s “short and sweet” this time.


A Council Meeting Friday…

Remember, this next Friday (Sept. 27) the Council will hold a lunchtime meeting to encourage broader participation by citizens! The meeting starts at noon in Council Chambers and ends promptly at 1:30 p.m. – the Environmental Sustainability Plan is one of several topics, and you can stop by at noon just to make public comment when the meeting opens. Download agenda here (when available.)


Update on Flood Recovery Activities…

The County Administrator, Harry Burgess, issued an emergency disaster declaration Sept. 19, and FEMA damage assessment teams were in town Friday to check out the extensive damage caused by last week’s storm events – read the news story here.

Trails Work after the Flooding…

Open Space Specialist Craig Martin has been working with volunteers on several of the trails on USFS land to do repairs after some significant erosion that happened during last week’s storms – if you’re interested in helping out, call the Parks Division at 662-8159.


Interested in serving on one of our Boards & Commissions?

We have several openings right now! Please consider volunteering your time and talents. Visit the Boards and Commissions webpage here.


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