Phone Numbers & Links

The following phone numbers may be important to you as a resident of Taylor Ranch.  Those items with links have additional active information or reporting mechanisms on the government web site. For instance, you can now report abandoned vehicles and graffiti online.

Police/Fire/Rescue (Emergency) 911
Albuquerque Police Department

Police (non-emergency)
Police – Westside Area Command   
Police Substation – Cottonwood Mall
Telephone Reporting Unit
242-COPS
831-4705
897-8802
768-2030
Animal Control (Westside) 768-1935
Burn/No-Burn Advisory 768-2876
City Council Hotline (Mtgs., agendas) 768-4777
City Council Office 768-3100
City Councilor Dan Lewis 768-3189
City Information 311
Crime Stoppers 843-7867
Dumping on Vacant Lots 924-3850
Fire (Non-Emergency/Illegal Fireworks) 833-7390
Gas Leaks (24 hrs, seven days a week) 246-5700
Graffiti 24 Hour Hotline & Removal 768-4725
Household Hazardous Waste Collection Ctr 345-1650
Keep Albuquerque Beautiful (KAB) 761-8334
Library (Information & Reference)
     Taylor Ranch Library
768-5140
897-8816
Mayor’s/CAO Office 768-3000
Neighborhood Crime Prevention
924-3600
Neighborhood Coordination (ONC)   924-3914
Parks Mgmt. – Maint., Vandalism, Volunteers 857-8650
Parks Mgmt. – Reservations for parks 857-8669
Poison & Drug Information 1-800-222-1222
Public Works Department

Pothole Repair
Wasted Water Hotline
Sidewalk Obstructions
857-8025
768-3640
857-8000
Ridepool   
243-7433
Sheriff’s Department (non-emergency) 768-4160
Solid Waste Department

Recycling Information
Large Item Pick-up
Garbage Collection Problems
761-8100
761-8100
761-8100
State Information 1-800-825-6639
State Police 841-9256
Street Pothole Reporting (Pothole Hotline) 768-4653
SunTran Information (Bus) 843-9200
SunVan Information (Bus/handicapped) 764-6165
Vehicle Information
     Abandoned Vehicles on Public Streets
     Inoperable Vehicles on Private Property
     Pollution Hotline
     Vehicle Emission Testing
     Report smoking vehicles
768-2277 (768-CARS)
924-3850
247-2273
764-1110
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Neighborhood Patrol

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