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Click Here to join the NAIOP NM RRRT on Thursday October 7th – “All Roads Lead to Rio Rancho” A NAIOP NM No Fee Event Thanks to the Sponsors: D. Mark Goodwin & Associates, PA Consulting...
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Our Watermelon Mountain Ranch Pet of the Month is Nicholas, an incredibly handsome 7-year-old pit bull terrier mix. Having been in the shelter system since at least 2016, it could be said that Nicholas (or “Nick”) pretty much has a Master’s Degree from the School of...
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Build a Buzz
We know Rio Rancho, and we want our community to be buzzing about the great things about our city.
What’s Our Mission?
Creating Pride in Our Uniqueness
Rio Rancho is unlike any other community in New Mexico. It’s time to feel proud of what we have and share it!
Smart, Fresh Information
We’re thankful for our partners for sharing relevant information to those in and out of our community. Do great work in the community and speak out!
Labor of Love From These Partners
Please thank our charter members who helped us collect information together!
Quality of Life
Here are the ten plus reasons why Rio Rancho is a great place to live and work!
The Bright Spot of New Mexico
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.
The Most Bang For Your Buck
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.
You Can Rest Easy in Rio Rancho
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.
Video of the month: #RRPSignites
Joe Harris Elementary Ribbon Cutting
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