County To Hold Two Town Halls On Capital Improvement Projects Feb. 21 And Feb. 23 To Solicit Feedback For FY2024 Budget Preparation


Los Alamos County invites the community to attend one of two upcoming town halls designed to update residents on various capital improvement projects (CIP) and solicit feedback that will inform the fiscal year 2024 budget preparation. 

 The first town hall is scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 21, at 6 p.m. at the Municipal Building, 1000 Central Ave., Los Alamos, in Council Chambers. A second town hall is scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 23, at 6 p.m. at the White Rock Fire Station 3, 129 NM State Road 4, White Rock. Both meetings will be in a hybrid format. Citizens participating via Zoom may use the following

CIPs identified for discussion range from fire mitigation efforts for increased public safety to various road, infrastructure, and recreation projects to improve economic growth and quality of life. Additionally, this week the results from the 2022 National Community SurveyTM were shared on the county’s website. This survey gauged citizen perception of the livability of Los Alamos County and included an open-ended question that asked citizens to identify the one CIP the county should prioritize over the next few years. County staff plans to share resident responses at the town halls, review a list of projects already slated, and ask those in attendance to prioritize projects based on available resources for the upcoming year. 

The town halls are open to all members of the community. For those unable to join in person or via Zoom, the meetings will be recorded and available online to be viewed after the fact. For more information email or call Julie Williams-Hill at or 505.662.8083.