Welcome to the Taylor Ranch Neighborhood Association
For over 40 years, TRNA has been one of the largest and most active neighborhood associations in New Mexico and has won numerous awards at local and state levels.
TRNA represents Taylor Ranch to City, County, and State Governments and is recognized by the City of Albuquerque through the Neighborhood Recognition Ordinance, which allows us to obtain notifications of impending issues that may affect your life in Taylor Ranch.
Remember that TRNA is your community association. Your support is needed to continue to promote, protect, and improve the quality of life in Taylor Ranch!
Announcing TRNA's first Yard of the Month for November 2021
December Luncheon Canceled
At the November board of directors meeting, we came to the difficult realization that we will not be albe to hold our annual December luncheon for the second year. The Covid situation continues to be just a little too uncertain to risk our members' well-being. That said, we are committed to planning opportunities for socializing in person as soon as conditions allow. Please use the contact form to give us any suggestions we might consider.
Taylor Ranch Neighborhood Boundaries
According to the TRNA by-laws, the TRNA boundaries are the Rio Grande River on the East, the lava flow and escarpment (Petroglyph National Monument/Open Space) on the West, Paseo del Norte (NM-423) on the North, and Western Trail/Namaste on the South. Click here to view the Integrated Development Ordinance (IDO) for zoning regulations
Donate to our Land Use Fund
Help our neighborhood with current preservation initiatives by donating.