Friday, April 13, 2018: Roper Construction excavated part of the footings on the southwest side of the river and prepared it for Gabion Basket installation. Kimo Construction completed work on the southeast side of the river and began installation of the Gabion Baskets on the southwest side of the project.
Friday, April 6, 2018: Roper Construction completed the footings and bedding on the southeast side of the river, and Kimo Construction began placement of the baskets on the southeast side of the river.
Beginning at 6:00 PM on Monday, April 9th, crews from the Village of Ruidoso will be performing maintenance on sewer lines from the circle to Paradise Canyon Road beginning at 6:00 PM on Monday, April 9th and will continue through Thursday, April 12th.
Monday, April 2, 2018: Roper Construction brought in a second excavator with a Teledyne to break up large boulders that have been encountered on the southeast footings for the Gabion baskets. Kimo Construction continued to work on the construction of the northwest Gabion Baskets.
Friday, March 23, 2018: Roper Construction assisted Zia Engineering in shooting the Gabion grade and confirmed elevations on the northwest bank of the river. Kimo Construction continues to work on Gabion Baskets on the northeast river bank.
Join us on April 2 & 3, 2018, for refreshments, fun, and a great cause. Starting at 9 AM, EcoRangers and interested volunteers will meet to stain the Kids Connection Playground on Hull Road as part of a National Service Recognition Day project.
The Village of Ruidoso has announced new hours for the Ruidoso Public Library that will be effective April 16, 2018. The new hours are being instituted in an effort to give the public consistent opening and closing times each day for all library services.
Are you 16 or older and looking for a great summer job or challenging career? American Red Cross and the Village of Ruidoso is the best place to start. American Red Cross Training is March 19 - 22, 2018, 8 AM to 5 PM. All classes must be attended. Sign up today! - $120 / person. Ruidoso Parks & Rec: 575-257-5030
This Olympics style fitness and leisure competition is for adults 50 and over, of all ability levels, and will be held March 6 - April 21, 2018. Participants will be able to compete in 10 different competitive sports. Sign up now to compete!
In Tuesday's elections, Village of Ruidoso voters passed the GO Bond with a resounding YES vote by voting 197 For and 28 Against to continue improving the water infrastructure in the Village. In addition to the bond question, there were also five uncontested positions on the ballot including the race for mayor and four open Village Council seats.
Join friends and neighbors by volunteering for this one-day, annual volunteer event to help keep Ruidoso beautiful. Registration begins at 12:00 PM at School House Park on Sunday, April 22, 2018. Cleanup is from 1 - 4. Gloves and trash bags will be provided along with shirts, food, and prize giveaways for volunteers. Youth Groups of 10 or more can earn $10/youth participating in the cleanup!
Friday, February 9, 2018: Roper Construction continued to haul off overburden to the Grindstone site to run through the grizzly and separate rock. The contractor is bringing a small excavator with Teledyne to complete rock removal at the north headwall, and George Esqueda from Zia Engineering was on-site doing inspections.
On Tuesday, February 13, 2018, Mayor Tom Battin released his 2017 State of the Village Report. a public report card on Village services affecting the citizens of Ruidoso. Review or download a copy of the report here.
Friday, February 2, 2018: It was determined that a gas line was in the way of the footings for headwalls, and Zia Natural Gas Company was contacted. They made the decision that the line could be relocated, and in an effort to expedite the process, Roper Construction would do the digging, and then Zia Gas would move the gas line on Tuesday 2-6-18.
Roper Construction began work on the Main Road Bridge on Monday, January 22, 2018, with the actual road closure occurring at 8:00 AM. The detour route began evolving with citizen and business owner input as the Village met with the NMDOT to take suggestions for the detour route.