Mayor Ted Hart and Moriarty Featured on KASA FOX 2 “Chasing the Fox” Series
Follow the links below and hear what Mayor Hart has to say about Moriarty, his favorite past times, his family and background, and his priorities, initiatives, and visions as Mayor.
MAYOR HART -- FACE OF FOX HOST, ELIAS GALLEGOS
MAYOR HART -- NM STYLE HOST, NIKKI STANZIONE
An invitation from the Mayor
On behalf of the the citizens, staff, and, elected officials, welcome to the City of Moriarty website. Please take a few minutes to browse through it and see what our City has to offer. Moriarty is called the "Crossroads of Opportunity" because it is perfectly located in the heart of New Mexico along the Historic Route 66, "The Mother Road."
We invite you to visit and experience Moriarty in person. You will find the people to be the friendliest and most hospitable you have ever met! The photos above only give you a brief glimpse of our community from Soaring, Bogging, Rodeo'n to Motorcycle Racing. Enjoy the pumpkin, corn, and bean harvests, and the 4th of July Rodeo and Parade. Visit the Moriarty Historical Museum, with its rich collection of historical, archival and ethnographic materials, records, documents, and objects that tell the history of Torrance County.
It is the mission of the City of Moriarty to provide residents, visitors, and the business community with the highest quality of municipal services, in the most efficient and courteous manner, and to enhance the quality of life through resourceful planning and visionary leadership. Enjoy your stay!
Ted Hart, Mayor
Friday, December 5, 2014 at 5:30 PM
Whiting Brothers Station No. 72
421 Route 66 East
Moriarty, New Mexico
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Although the City Maintenance Crew has restored water pressure and service to the community, repairs are still occurring to bring our water system to its full functioning capacity.
We kindly ask you to continue to conserve water throughout today to aide in moving this process along in a timely manner.
Thank you for your continued patience.
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Bogging photos courtesy Bob Ayre | All other photos courtesy Mountain View Telegraph, unless otherwise specified