Communications Office

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The Communications Office helps educate the public about City Council actions and City services, programs, and activities. Communications Office supports the City’s missions and strategic directions through internal and external communications such as advertising and marketing. Communications Office manages the City of Las Cruces website and operates the City’s government access TV channel, Emmy® Award-winning CLC-TV, cable channel 20 on Comcast, Youtube, and Vimeo. Programming can be viewed online here. Additional information can be accessed by following us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/cityoflascruces.

Resource Directory

We have compiled a Resource Directory to allow you to look up frequently requested phone numbers to help you with whatever you need.

  1. Senior Meals Time Change Tuesday, October 27, Due to Inclement Weather

    Due to inclement weather projected for Tuesday, October 27, the City of Las Cruces Senior Programs is changing the serving time of the grab-and-go/drive thru meals. Read on...
  2. City Council Discusses Legislative Priorities for 2021

    The Las Cruces City Council had lengthy discussions during a Monday, Oct. 26, 2020 work session about the City of Las Cruces’ legislative priorities for the 2021 New Mexico legislative session. Read on...
  3. Mayor Issues Emergency Proclamation Following Record Positive COVID-19 Cases in Dona Ana County

    Las Cruces Mayor Ken Miyagishima today signed an emergency proclamation extending the previous Emergency Proclamation (2020-05) and requesting further action. Read on...
  4. Cold Weather Could Lead to Ice and Slick Driving Conditions

    A cold front hitting New Mexico is expected to lower Tuesday’s high temperature in Las Cruces to the mid 60’s with overnight temperatures likely below freezing, meaning wet roads could become icy and slick. Read on...
  5. Thomas Branigan Memorial Library to Receive a $1,000 Grant to Raise Awareness of Climate Change

    Thomas Branigan Memorial Library is one of 25 public and academic libraries from across the country chosen by the American Library Association to receive a $1,000 Resilient Communities: Libraries Respond to Climate Change Grant. Read on...
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