Annual Moriarty Chamber Golf Classic at Paako Ridge Golf Course
Friday, October 11, 2013
For more information
Please Contact Debbie at 832-4087 or DeeAnn at 832-9661
2013 Pinto Bean Fiesta
Saturday, October 12, 2013
10 AM — 5 PM at Moriarty City Park, Moriarty NM
We are now accepting applications for:
- Vendor Space — Registration Fee
- $30 before 9/12
- $35 after 9/12
- Car Show — $25 Entry Fee
- Chili and Bean Cook-Off—Free Entry
- Horseshoe Tournament — $25 Per Team
- Parade — Free Entry
For more info please contact
Chantal Orio or Jeanette Lopez
Moriarty City Hall 832-4406
by email at
Calling all Artists!
The City of Moriarty, along with Sen. Sue Wilson Beffort, RETRO Committee, and New Mexico Main Street would like you to participate in our latest effort to rennovate our local stretch of Route 66.
If you are interesting in participating as an artist or would like to donate a portion of your building, please contact Chantal Orio at City Hall (505).832.4406 or by email at email@example.com.
PUBLIC HEARING RESCHEDULED
Be advised that the Governing Body of the City of Moriarty has rescheduled a Public Hearing on August
26th , 2013, at the re-scheduled City Council Meeting, at 7:30 p.m. in Room 4 of the Moriarty Civic
Center, located at 202 Broadway St. (S). The public hearing is in reference:
Infrastructure Capital Improvements Projects
During the public hearing, citizens will be given the opportunity to comment on the above. The City Council
will also accept written comments if received before the hearing. Written comments may be sent to:
City of Moriarty
P.O. Box 130
Moriarty, NM 87035
If you have any questions, you may contact Sheila Murphy, City Clerk at 505-832-4406 or e-mail
/s/Ted A. Hart
The regularly scheduled, August 14, 2013 meeting of the Moriarty City Council has been RESCHEDULED for from 7:30 p.m., to begin at 8:00 p.m. If you have any questions, please call Sheila Murphy, City Clerk at 832-4406.
The regularly scheduled, August 28, 2013 meeting of the Moriarty City Council has been RESCHEDULED for from August 28th to MONDAY, August 26th at 7:30 PM. If you have any questions, please call Sheila Murphy, City Clerk at 832-4406.
Be Advised, the Governing Body of the City of Moriarty will hold a public hearing July 30, 2012, at 7:30
p.m., a special City Council meeting, in room 202 at the Moriarty Civic Center. The purpose of the hearing
is to hear an appeal of:
THE CITY OF MORIARTY PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION’S
DECISION, OF JUNE 18TH, 2013.
The City Council will accept written comments if received before the hearings. A copy of the appeals may
be obtained by calling the City Clerk’s office at 832-4406 during normal working hours.
Attention Xpress Bill Pay Users:
As of April 1, 2013 City of Moriarty paper water bills will no longer be mailed out to Xpress Bill Pay users. We are discontinuing this service and encouraging the community to join in our efforts to “go green.” Instead of a paper bill being sent to your post office box, an electronic bill will be sent to the email address that is linked to your Xpress Bill Pay account. If you would still like to receive a paper bill, please notify our office by phone at (505)-832-4406 or email to our Utility Billing Clerk, Patty Peacock at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about our online bill service (Xpress Bill Pay) click here.
Moriarty Business Park
The Business Park Information
The Moriarty Business Park is a planned business and industrial complex adjacent to Interstate 40 near the east end of the City of Moriarty along Camino Oriente, Industrial Loop and Industrial Road. It is zoned for light and heavy industry, and commercial office space. Lots are available for long or short term lease at attractive rates. Sites may be combined in virtually any configuration to meet your requirements. Click here for a site plan of City owned lots available at the Moriarty Business Park.
Industrial land uses make up only 0.86 percent of the land in Moriarty. Moriarty has several industrial areas located throughout the City, but the primary industrial lands are located in the City of Moriarty Business Park.
In September of 2006, Sierra Blanca Brewing Company expanded its operation and relocated to Moriarty from Carrizozo, New Mexico. In December of 2007, the brewery launched four new brands of beer under the Rio Grande label. Their customer response has been great and distribution throughout New Mexico is strong. Most recently, retail space and a tasting room were added at the Park and ABQ Brew Pub is scheduled to open in Fall, 2009, in Albuquerque.
On April 1, 2006, the Southwest Soaring Museum opened its doors to the public boasting a newly constructed 240' x 160' building with 38,400 square feet of floor space. This concluded Phase I of the building project, and there is work in progress to continue the dream of building a world-class museum which is the mission of the Museum. The mission includes preserving and presenting the history and legacy of soaring and to communicate and inspire New Mexico schoolchildren, and the citizens, and visitors passing through the State to experience the wonder of flight.
Sandia Tobacco Manufacturers, Inc., a family owned business founded in 2003, began operating in a building located at 108 Broadway Street (S) in Moriarty. In 2005, additional space was needed and a 25,000 s.f. building was acquired in the Moriarty Business Park. The business has enjoyed a steady growth rate since that time. Sandia cigarettes have been very well received and are sold mostly in the southwestern United States. As the company grows more and more states are being added to its client list.
In August, 2008, NMDOT Park & Ride, added the Turquoise Route Schedule to its service area. Moriarty's crossroads location makes it ideally suited for a multi-modal transportation hub that is of great benefit to the entire region. The route offers connectivity to Albuquerque's Uptown Transit Center located at Americas Parkway and Uptown Blvd., N.E, and Alvarado Transit Center and Rail Runner Station located at 100 First Street, S.W. in Downtown Albuquerque. In addition to Moriarty, the Turquoise Route includes Edgewood, Sedillo, and Tijeras.
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