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Topic NAIOP Rio Rancho Roundtable March 4, 2021 Description Dale Dekker Part 2 "A Tale of Two Cities" Are we at the crossroads? March 4, 2021 at 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM Sponsored by: Consensus Planning; Excalibur Reality & Investments Inc.; Los Diamantes; Dunken' Time...
For Immediate Release February 24, 2021 Rio Rancho Events Center Vaccination Site RIO RANCHO, N.M.—The City of Rio Rancho and Spectra Venue Management are excited to announce that, in conjunction with the UNM Sandoval Regional Medical Center and the New Mexico...
Local Restaurant Receives Donation to Feed Police Officers Rio Rancho, NM – On Thursday, February 11, 2021, Slate Street Grille in Rio Rancho will serve fresh, hot meals to the Rio Rancho Police Department. Steve Ricar and Todd Mack, owners of Slate Street Grille,...
Sandoval County Elected Officials, along with County staff, attended a ribbon cutting at the new Sandoval County Animal Shelter on February 10, 2021. The animal shelter is located on the north end of the Sandoval County Administration campus. The sheriff’s office,...
A swath of sunshine and hope swept through Rio Rancho today. Based on the governor’s re-assessment of Covid19 safety progress, the City of Rio Rancho announced that many city facilities will re-open on Monday, March 1, 2021, albeit with limited hours, services and...
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Rio Rancho’s elevation is 5,290 ft. We have approximately 300 days of sunshine. There is little to no risk of natural disasters, and our high desert climate provides residents with a mild, four season climate.
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The cost of living is nearly 10 points below the national average. Housing in Rio Rancho is most favorable, scoring 84.5. Our utilities are also affordable with a score of 92.5 and misellaneous goods/services scored at 90.6.
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Violenct crime in Rio Rancho is one of the lowest in the state! The FBI Uniform Crime reports show Rio Rancho only had 220 incidents of violent crime per 100,000 residents, surpassing the national average.
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