THE RCA

Quiet Neighborhoods

Quiet Neighborhoods

Who We Are

The City of Rio Communities is located in Valencia County just east of the Belen City limits. It is a  group of serene and tranquil neighborhoods that is a wonderful place to live and thrive.

The Rio Communities Association (RCA) was organized to support the health, safety, and well-being of these neighborhoods. Since 1963, volunteers have worked together to forward these goals.

Developed as a 501(c)4 non-profit corporation, the RCA is supported by a modest membership fee and various fund raising events.

The Current Quarterly Newsletter

The Rio Communities Association publishes a quarterly news letter that is distributed throughout the community.  We encourage you to contact your district representative or our office by phone or email if you have a news article or a letter to the editor.

Rio Communities Association
PO Box 771
Rio Communities, N.M.  87002

 

website: www.riocommunities.org

email: info@riocommunities.org

Our office is located at 372 Rio Communities Blvd.
Office Hours are Monday and Wednesday, 2-4 pm.

What Are Our Goals?

  • We communicate with members about concerns and issues through district representatives, monthly public meetings, and a quarterly newsletter, “The Current.”
  • We promote the common good of our residents and local businesses.
  • We support general improvements in all of our neighborhoods.
  • We provide recreational and educational opportunities to our communities.

 Programs and Services

  • Schedule political forums so our residents can meet State and County candidates prior to elections.
  • Award an annual scholarship to a high school senior living in the City of Rio Communities.
  • Offer educational programs and activities to our residents.
  • Donate to local organizations to support their activities in our community.
  • Provide space for a monthly Flea and Craft Sale.
  • Maintain the electronic sign at the Valley Plaza Center.
  • Work with neighborhood associations to promote common projects and concerns.
  • Attend County and State meetings to address the political concerns of our members. Organize campaigns to further these goals.
  • Promote the success of local businesses that serve Rio Community residents.

DSC_1119