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Alan Briley is the City Manager of the City of Elephant Butte. The City has a goal to keep all of our residents, business owners, and visitors informed. If you do not see the information you need on this web page, just ask or comment here and we will be glad to respond. This avenue is for people to ask questions about the City through the web page, about various things happening in Elephant Butte. Messages are screened and will be posted back here so that everyone can share in the information.

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Tim Kuzdrowski   12 miles north Of Elephant Butte

8:58pm on Friday, March 6th, 2015

Alan
A friend from out state had suggest for 195 " Jicarilla Highway " .Just passing it long . Side note she learn about name change Idea through EB Facebook page .what by the way it nice that city has done that page .

Alan Briley, City Manager:  I will add it to the list - which is now over 50 ideas for names.....

confused   butt(e)

11:44am on Friday, February 13th, 2015

according to google maps highway 195 already has a name- Lakeshore Road.

That sounded pretty descriptive to me. It's surprising how many people skipped geography class in school and have no clue as to what a butte actually is.

so changing it a... read more »

Alan Briley, City Manager:  Thank you for your comments. Yes the City Council is aware of the google maps name and other GPS and other maps have names as well. One suggestion is to leave it as it....

Tim Kuzdrowski   12 miles north Of Elephant Butte

11:16am on Tuesday, January 27th, 2015

Alan
Has Elephant Butte chose a Name yet for NM 195 ? The sentinel reporting so . True or false

Alan Briley, City Manager:  False - Not officially. The Council was in a workshop last meeting and threw some names around and Butte Blvd stuck and was used in discussion. The City Council will have to officially make a motion and have affirmative action to rename a street. There is a lot to renaming a street with changing maps, emergency dispatch, changing signage; not to mention to have everyone along Highway 195 change all their address information. Long way to say no or False - the name is not officially changed. And new street name signs have not been ordered. Stay tuned - we are still accepting ideas and suggestions for names. There is also a possibility that the Council will elect not to change the street name and leave it Highway 195. Thanks for the question. I did get comments regarding the newspaper and radio article and sent them the same message that I sent here.

Angele Majewicz   City of Elephant Butte

10:48am on Saturday, January 24th, 2015

My suggestion for naming Hwy 195 - Park Avenue and from another person in my household - Main Street

Alan Briley, City Manager:  Thank you for your input - i will add these to the list for Council consideration.

Bruce Morrison   Elephant Butte

3:07pm on Tuesday, November 18th, 2014

I wanted to submit a name for Highway 195 but could not find anyplace to do so. I recommend America Avenue. How do I officially submit this suggestion?

Alan Briley, City Manager:  Thank you for your suggestion. This is an appropriate place to make your suggestions, or our Facebook Page, or coming in and telling us. We have also got suggestions in the mail when they pay their utility bills to the City. Thanks again.


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SUnsetThe City of Elephant Butte is located immediately west of Elephant Butte Lake State Park, New Mexico's largest lake. The area is in the northern edge of the Chihuahuan desert offering high desert climates with warm days, cool nights and very low humidity levels. A wonderful area for year round outdoor activities including golf and fishing.

In July 1998, the City of Elephant Butte became New Mexico's 101st incorporated community. For over a year preceding the incorporation, a group of aggressive, community-minded citizens completed population census and financial analysis, as well as a surveyed citizen attitudes toward incorporation before the actual vote was held. After incorporation, a solid Mayor and Council form of government has been established. There has been statewide recognition of the Rapid progress in establishing Elephant Butte as a major small community.

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