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Engaging Las Cruces is a Podcast about the people, local government, and key issues that affect the community in the Mesilla Valley. We are bringing government close to the listener in a way that it is engaging and easy to understand. We interview the people who are making a difference so you can learn about the great work being done for residents, visitors and everyone in between.

Engaging Las Cruces is brought to you by the Community Engagement Office of the City of Las Cruces. If you want to contact us, send us an email to clcengage@las-cruces.org

Sep 6, 2019

On this episode of Engaging Las Cruces we continue our conversation with Robert Nuñez, Administrator with the Parks and Recreation Department. Robert talks about the many other programs the City offers for youth including Teen Connections, After School and many more. 


Aug 15, 2019

On this episode of Engaging Las Cruces we are going to meet Robert Nuñez with the Parks and Recreation Department. Robert is the man behind the Out Of School Time programs that the City offers.  He will be telling us how kids can enroll, activities, and how parents can save money applying to scholarships.


Aug 14, 2019

On this episode of Engaging Las Cruces, we are going to meet Aaron Glymph, the Community Liaison Officer.  He is going to talk to us about the Neighborhood WatchProgram, a community policing partnership to combat residential crime. Neighborhood Watch depends on citizen involvement to discourage crime and reduce the fear...


Aug 14, 2019

On this episode of Engaging Las Cruces, we are going to meet Margaret Neill, she is the Thomas Branigan Library Administrator. Neill describes the Las Cruces public library which not only caters to the book worm in some of us but offers so much more for everyone. Not much shushing happening here!


Jul 19, 2019

Local government can be confusing and bureaucratic. Jamey Rickman, Community Engagement Manager, talks about connecting residents to the City of Las Cruces to make sure their voices are heard, and they take advantage of the many programs that the City has to offer.