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Rio Grande Valley State Park Management Plan
Date Added: Wednesday, December 2, 2015
Natural Resource Protection & Conservation    
New Mexico
Municipal
This resolution outlines components of a management plan for a park along the Rio Grande River. It includes elements to protect the structural integrity of the river, the water quality, and the wildlife habitat along the river. It also includes an environmental monitoring component... Read More
Solar Permit Ordinance
Date Added: Wednesday, December 2, 2015
Energy Efficiency & Conservation, Solar Energy    
New Mexico
Municipal
This ordinance was created to clarify the rights people have in terms of using solar power. Specifically, there are limits to the creation of solar power rights, as well as a permitting and recording requirements... Read More
City of Albuquerque Water Conservation Landscaping and Water Waste Ordinance
Date Added: Wednesday, October 14, 2015
Landscaping, Water Conservation    
New Mexico
Municipal
This law attempts to set out guidelines for water conservation in Albuquerque, NM. It includes restrictions on landscape watering, guidance on water conservative fixtures for home building, and a program to promote xeriscaping. .. Read More
Comprehensive Plan for Albuquerque and Bernalillo County
Date Added: Wednesday, February 3, 2016
Comprehensive Planning    
New Mexico
Municipal
This comprehensive plan has several interesting provisions for natural drainage systems through arroyo protection. The plan also includes transportation provisions to create a more bicycle friendly transportation system. .. Read More
City of Santa Fe Terrain and Stormwater Management Ordinance
Date Added: Monday, March 21, 2016
Erosion & Sedimentation Control, Stormwater Management    
New Mexico
Municipal
The Santa Fe Terrain and Stormwater Management Ordinance is designed to help capture stormwater and increase its infiltration in order to reduce substantial erosion hazards due to uncontrolled runoff, and to conserve and capture water resources. There are exemptions for development meeting such standards as less than 1000 SF of land disturbance and on slopes less than 10%. The ordinance provides for minimum grading standards, soil engineering reports if over 1,000 cubic yards of earth is moved, and the use of BMPs during construction. There are.. Read More
City of Santa Fe Comprehensive Water Conservation Requirements
Date Added: Monday, March 21, 2016
Aquifer Protection, Water Conservation    
New Mexico
Municipal
This ordinance is from the Santa Fe Code of Ordinances. It requires all new building to use “low flow” water conservation fixtures in bathroom and kitchen areas, also all residents must retrofit their homes to include these devices by Jan. 1, 2003. All eating establishments will provide water to customers only upon request. Outdoor irrigation is prohibited during the mid-day hours. Use of greywater (recycled water from sources other than the water closet or kitchen sink) is encouraged for landscaping purposes as in compliance with New Mexico st.. Read More
City of Santa Fe Water Harvesting and Irrigation Standards
Date Added: Monday, March 21, 2016
Aquifer Protection, Landscaping, Water Conservation    
New Mexico
Municipal
This ordinance discusses ways of harvesting water for irrigation. The goal of the ordinance is to preserve potable water as much as possible by making use of water gained from other sources. Water sources encourages are passive water collection techniques such as surface water collection, in-ground storage collection, and active water collection such as storage and distribution systems... Read More
City of Albuquerque Land Acquisition Ordinance
Date Added: Monday, October 17, 2016
Land Acquisition, Open Space Preservation    
New Mexico
Municipal
This plan allows a percentage of impact fees on new development in Bernalillo County within a five mile radius of the Albuquerque border to be collected and used for purchase of open space within this buffer zone... Read More
Town of Taos Outdoor Lighting on Public & Private Property Ordinance
Date Added: Wednesday, January 25, 2017
Lighting    
New Mexico
Municipal
This ordinance creates guidelines for outdoor lighting on private property to prevent light pollution, as well as to conserve energy while still providing for public safety and security... Read More
City of Albuquerque Environmental Planning Commission
Date Added: Thursday, January 26, 2017
Local Boards, Local Governance    
New Mexico
Municipal
These ordinances create boards to deal with Environmental Planning, Beautification, the Albuquerque Bicycle Network, Open Space, and Recreational Trails. .. Read More
City of Albuquerque Subdivision Plat Procedures & Submission Ordinance
Date Added: Sunday, March 19, 2017
Alternative Dispute Resolution, Local Boards, Pre-Application & Consensus Building    
New Mexico
Municipal
There is a moment reserved in the process for subdivision plat approvals where the applicant may be advised to schedule a review session with the Development Review Board by the Planning Director. In addition, mediation is considered as one of several methods of resolving conflicts arising through the complaint process for regulations in the zoning code, including those for community residential programs and emergency shelters. .. Read More
City of Santa Fe Integrated Pest Management Program for City Property
Date Added: Thursday, April 6, 2017
Pesticide Management    
New Mexico
Municipal
This ordinance directs the City of Santa Fe to seek alternatives to pesticides, as well as only using traditional pesticides when no other option is feasible. This policy protects land and water quality as well as human health... Read More
City of Albuquerque Land Use Facilitation Program
Date Added: Thursday, April 13, 2017
Pre-Application & Consensus Building    
New Mexico
Municipal
Created in 1994 to encourage communication between the applicants proposing land use projects and residents that would be impacted by proposed projects, Albuquerque’s Land Use Facilitation Program provides an opportunity for residents and applicants to exchange information, ask questions, and discuss concerns about proposed projects... Read More
City of Albuquerque Project Treestart Ordinance
Date Added: Friday, April 14, 2017
Tree Preservation & Protection    
New Mexico
Municipal
This ordinance aims to create an advisory committee that will promote tree planting in the city, particularly trees that are well suited to the arid environment and compatible with city life. .. Read More
City of Santa Fe Escarpment Overlay District Ordinance
Date Added: Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Overlay District    
New Mexico
Municipal
Creates an overlay district in the area of the escarpment (ridgetop). Stricter regulations and more plans are required to build in the escarpment area. No new subdivisions may be permitted that are entirely in the escarpment overlay district... Read More
City of Albuquerque § 3-4-3 Affordable Housing Policy
Date Added: Wednesday, October 14, 2015
Affordable Housing    
New Mexico
Municipal
This statute describes the affordable housing policy of the city of Albuquerque, NM. The policy sets the affordable housing rate at thirty percent of the family’s income for rental and home ownership housing, and that the purchase price of the home does not exceed eighty percent of the median price of an existing home for affordable home ownership housing. The statute also describes which households are low- and median-income households, and describes changes in the functions and appointments of the Affordable Housing Committee... Read More
County of Los Alamos Solar Regulations; Solar Zoning
Date Added: Thursday, September 7, 2017
Solar Energy, Zoning    
New Mexico
Municipal
Los Alamos County in New Mexico has incorporated a solar energy collection system section within its Code of Ordinances. According to the section, when a solar energy collection system is already installed on a parcel, accessory structures or vegetation on the abutting lot may not block the solar collector’s access to solar energy. Property owners must also file and record the solar system installation with the county clerk on the day the building permit for the improvement is issued. .. Read More