Snow Heights Neighborhood Association

Springtime in Albuquerque

A Mid-Century Neighborhood for the Modern Family

The Snow Heights Neighborhood is nestled in the heart of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Its boundaries are: Indian School Road to the north, I-40 to the south, Pennsylvania Boulevard to the west, and Wyoming Boulevard to the east.

How It All Began: In 1952, developer Ed Snow began the Snow Heights Addition. Winrock was built by former Arkansas Gov. Winthrop Rockefeller, brother of Nelson Rockefeller, and opened in 1961. It was built in partnership with the University of New Mexico.

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    Do we have DINOSAURS in our neighborhood? Not really, but we do have little touches of whimsy here and there. The Snow Heights Neighborhood is nestled in the heart of the Northeast Heights in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Established in 1952, this multi-generational, diverse, and well-established neighborhood is conveniently located to pretty much anything one might… Read more: OUR NEIGHBORHOOD
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Membership: Your membership fees will be used to maintain this website and to buy occasional treats for neighborhood meetings. We may consider raising funds for future projects, TBD.

Household membership: $15.00 per year

Business membership: $30.00 per year

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Snow Heights Neighborhood Association: Albuquerque, New Mexico