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NEW! Hill Parcel Update

posted Aug 28, 2019, 7:51 PM by Rancho Lomas   [ updated Jan 30, 2020, 12:56 AM ]

The RLOA Board of Directors would like to invite you to a RLOA special community meeting to discuss the plans for the Hill Parcel.

This meeting will take pace at 3:00PM on Tuesday, September 3, 2019 at City Hall, Room # 2007B, Lerdo Room

Representatives from the City Planning and Zoning department and the developer will be on hand to answer any questions.

All RLOA community members, who will be impacted by the development of the Hill Parcel are encouraged to attend.

Please contact the RLOA property manger, Sylvia at (575) 523-1337 or e-mail for more information.

HOAMCO's new Las Cruces Office

posted Jan 24, 2017, 1:23 AM by Rancho Lomas   [ updated Jan 30, 2020, 12:56 AM ]

If you like to work with our HOAMCO representative face-to-face, pay your Association Fee's directly to HOAMCO's local office or just stop in to say Hi, please take note that as of 1 February HOAMCO has a new address.

HOAMCO is now located in The Bank of the West Building in downtown Las Cruces.

The new address is:

201 N. Church Street
Suite 202
Las Cruces, NM 88001

Other methods of contacting HOAMCO will remain the same and can be found on our Contact US page.

RLOA Neighborhood Watch Program

posted Feb 23, 2016, 11:56 PM by Rancho Lomas   [ updated Jan 30, 2020, 12:58 AM ]

RLOA  now has a Neighborhood Watch

In an effort to keep our community members safe, the RLOA board has been working with local law enforcement to establish a Neighborhood watch.

The process has been completed and the RLOA is now part of the Neighborhood watch program.

If you'd like more information, please contact the RLOA board at or visit our web site at

Or for more information on the Neighborhood watch program, please visit the City of Las Cruces Neighborhood Watch web page.

Thank you,

 The RLOA Board of Directors

Cul-de-Sac Parking Policy

posted May 19, 2014, 7:45 PM by Rancho Lomas   [ updated Jan 30, 2020, 12:55 AM ]

PARKING POLICY in Cul-de-Sacs (Important update - May 19, 2014):

The City of Las Cruces Traffic Engineering Dept (TED) staff recently determined that "no parking" signage was missing in the two Los Alamos Court  cul-de-sacs. One north and one south of Morningstar.

According to the TED, traffic management standards require "no parking" in nearly all city street cul-de-sacs. This standard is especially true in the Rancho Lomas subdivision due to the street surface width. The no parking policy is to enable unencumbered access for city utility vehicles (such as refuse/recycling trucks) and even more importantly, emergency vehicles. Vehicles parked in the cul-de-sacs narrow the street width to a dimension that is simply too small to accommodate such service vehicles. Since the TED assigns a top priority to enabling life safety vehicle access, a no parking policy is considered to be the norm in nearly all subdivisions created over the past 15- 20 years.  

A total of five cul-de-sacs are in place within the Rancho Lomas subdivision. Of the five, three of them in Monte Bello Dr and Montecito Ct are signed "no parking" and have been for many years. The remaining two, in Los Alamos Ct, are not similarly signed. Nevertheless, parking is prohibited in all Rancho Lomas cul-de-sacs and the two located in Los Alamos Court are now marked as "no parking". 

City Codes Enforcement Office is aware of this recent signage change along Los Alamos Ct and their officers plan to monitor parking activity in the cul-de-sacs. Over the past several weeks, vehicles have been parked within these cul-de-sac areas. Vehicles continuing such parking may be ticketed and possibly removed at owner's expense should the violation become chronic.

Please be aware of this change and make sure any parked vehicles are contained in driveways. Codes Enforcement is also monitoring vehicles parked on sidewalks which is likewise prohibited. 

Again, please be aware of these new no parking conditions within the Los Alamos Court. 

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at or visit our Contact Us page for other methods to reach us.

Thank you,

RLOA Board

Volunteers Needed

posted Feb 10, 2014, 12:18 AM by Rancho Lomas   [ updated Jan 30, 2020, 12:59 AM ]

The RLOA board is a volunteer organization comprised of individuals elected by and from the association members.  The goal of the board is to oversee the successful operation of the association and represent the collective best interests of all of its members. 

We are always looking for individuals who are interested in helping to improve our community. Currently, one Board seat is vacant and may be filled by appointment until the next Annual Meeting, at which time all Board positions are up for election or re-election.  The terms of Board service are annual and may be renewed upon re-election.

If you would like to serve on the board in any capacity or know someone who would consider volunteering, please let the board know via the Contact Us page

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