The purpose of the Association shall be to enhance that area of the City of Albuquerque south of Central Avenue, east of Juan Tabo Boulevard excluding the Four Hills Mobile Home Park, north of the northern rim of Tijeras Arroyo, and west of Four Hills Road so that the quality of life in the area shall be in keeping with the social, environmental, and cultural needs and interests of the residents or property owners. To this end, the Association may, but is not limited to, sponsor cooperative planning, research, fund raising, neighborhood security, and public education programs as they are deemed necessary, provided they are consistent with one or more of the purposes set out in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code or any applicable corresponding section of the law. 
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  • Board meetings
    • Date & Time: Second Thursday every other month at 6:45pm
    • Place: Singing Arrow Community Center (13001 Singing Arrow SE) just north of the park. Board meetings are open to all Singing Arrow residents, owners, and tenants. 
  • Vision meetings
    • Date & Time: Held on the Alternate Thursday every other month at 6:45 (See schedule below)
    • Place: TBD Email

SANA 2018 Meeting Schedule & Minutes
SANA Documents 
  • Jan 11 -  Vision Meeting & Activities
  • Feb 8 - Board Meeting
  • Mar 8 - Vision Meeting Minutes
  • Apr 26 - Annual Meeting *
  • May 10 -  Vision Meeting
  • Jun 14 - Board Meeting
  • Jul 12 -  Vision Meeting
  • Aug 9 - Board Meeting
  • Sep  - Annual Picnic TBD
  • Oct 11 - Board Meeting 
  • Nov 8 -  Vision Meeting
  • Dec - Annual Party (6-8pm)
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yes Singing Arrow Task Force Meetings - 1st Friday at 8:30 at the City Council Conference Room, 9th Floor, 1 Civic Plaza

The Singing Arrow Task Force has been working cooperatively with various City officials over the past few months to deal with neighborhood problems related to crime, transients, traffic, and blighted properties. Judy Young and Ilena Estrella have taken on the role of documenting the issues on behalf of the neighborhood. 

Thanks to their efforts, the City has finally acknowledged that the extremely busy bus turnaround at Wenonah and Tramway is at the root of many of the problems.  City Transit confirmed that there are 130 - 150 buses per 15-hour day stopping at this intersection.  The City has committed to try to resolve the problem, but it will require capital funding, so the solution will not be immediate.  Minutes of the meeting will be posted when they are available.

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SANA Officers (Apr 2016 to Apr 2017)

  • President - Mark Burton
  • Vice Pres - Sharon Wolfe
  • Secretary - Sandy Hays/Wanda Umber
  • Treasurer - Diane Davidson/Sandy Hays


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