What Do Locals Love Most About Los Alamos? County Officials Want To Know

Visit the County Council tent at Ashley Pond on Saturday, Aug. 13 to enter into a drawing to win a 12 x 36-inch color canvas print of the view from Kwage Mesa looking over Bayo Canyon, photographed by Vint Miller. Photo by Vint Miller/LAC

COUNTY NEWS RELEASE

During the annual Los Alamos County Fair, county officials encourage community members to drop by the County Council tent at Ashley Pond from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 13, to share why they love Los Alamos. Whether it is the parks and trails, the small-town atmosphere, or the people, the County wants to hear what aspects of living, working, and playing in Los Alamos resonate with the community.  

Each participant will be entered into a drawing, where one lucky individual will win a 12 x 36-inch color canvas print of the view from Kwage Mesa looking over Bayo Canyon, photographed by Vint Miller. The winner will be announced Monday, Aug. 15. County officials will also highlight locals’ top favorites and testimonials of living, working, and playing in Los Alamos through traditional and social media.   

Councilors and county staff will also be on hand on Saturday to share information on various county projects and initiatives, answer questions or just chat with those that stop by. The County Council tent will be located on the north side of Ashley Pond Park near the elephant between 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m.