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All About Albuquerque

Zia Building Maintenance is a local Albuquerque business, and we love serving other Albuquerque businesses with cleaning services. There is so much to love about Albuquerque that we just wanted to share some of the highlights here. 

Downtown Albuquerque

Downtown Albuquerque is the city center and has been for centuries. Just check out Old Town Albuquerque to be taken back to Albuquerque’s oldest neighborhood. One of the staples of this historic area is the San Felipe de Neri Church, which has been rebuilt several times but dates all the way back to 1706. Downtown is also home to the various ABQ BioParks, including the Zoo, Aquarium, Botanic Gardens, and Tingley Beach. Tingley Beach is a beautiful spot in the Bosque where you can get down to the Rio Grande and even go fishing if you want!

The Great Outdoors

Albuquerque has ample opportunities to enjoy the outdoors, primarily in the Sandia Mountains. Since Albuquerque has a high-desert climate, we get lots of sun and great opportunities for outdoor exploring year-round. Go hiking or camping in the Sandias or even ride the Tramway to the top of the mountain. And for outdoor accessibility in town, we love the Paseo del Bosque Trail. This 16-mile trail is for joggers, bikers, walkers, skaters, and more. You can also rent a paddleboard or kayak and take it out on the peaceful Rio Grande.

Educational Opportunities in Albuquerque

Anyone local to ABQ knows the city is home to the largest university in the state—the University of New Mexico. The school has over 22,000 students as of 2021, and the neighborhoods around the school are lively and iconic, like the Nob Hill neighborhood. If you’re looking for some educational opportunities in Albuquerque that are not of the higher education variety, take a visit to one of our many museums. The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History (with the tongue-in-cheek slogan “Reactions Welcome”) is a great place to learn about the Atomic Age and New Mexico’s role in it.

See New Mexico’s Past

Of course, New Mexico is home to many Native Americans, including the 19 Pueblo tribes. Each pueblo acts as a sovereign nation, and while the communities are their own entities, the influences on food, art, and other forms of culture can be seen all over the city of Albuquerque. If you want to take a dive into the region’s history, you can also check out Petroglyph National Monument to see sacred symbols from the past.

Clearly, there is so much to love about Albuquerque, and we’re honored to live and work here. If you want to learn more about our wonderful city, click on the links below. 

Neighborhoods We Serve in Albuquerque

Northeast

Academy Acres North
Alta Monte
Arroyo Del Oso North
Bear Canyon
Del Norte
Del Rey R
Eldorado Heights
Glenwood Hills
Holiday Park
Inez
Loma Del Rey
Matheson Park
Montgomery Heights
North Domingo Baca
Quigley Park
Mesa Village
La Reina De Los Altos
Bel-Air
American Square
Duke City Industrial Area
Hodgin
Royal Heights South
North Eastern
Menaul Development Area
Coles Industrial
Cutter Industrial Park
McKinley
Stardust Skies Park
Vista Montana
Sandia High School Area
Rackheath Park

Northwest

Cottonwood Heights
Greater Gardner
Ladera West
Las Terrazas
Monkbridge Gardens
Near North Valley
Northeast Valley
Piedras Marcadas
Plaza Vieja
Rio Grande Blvd
Riverfronte
Skies West
SR Marmon
Taylor Ranch
Ventana Ranch
Alamedan Valley
Cottonwood Corners
Cottonwood Crossing
Gavilan Addn
Linda Vista
Los Griegos
Merritt Acres
Seven Bar Ranch

Southeast

Clayton Heights – Lomas Del Cielo
Fair West
Jackson Area
Fair Heights
Indian Moon
Jeanne Bellamah East
Jerry Cline Park
Kirtland Community
La Mesa
Netherwood Park
Nob Hill
Silver Hill
West Old Town
Altura Addition
Alvarado Park
North Campus
Pueblo Alto
South San Pedro
Summit Park
Trumbull Village
University Heights
Victory Hills
East End Addition
Knob Heights
Yale Village
Sycamore
Valmonte Acres
Sainth Joseph Hospital Complex
Huning Highland
South Los Altos

Southwest

Alamosa
Barelas
Crestview
Downtown
Huning Castle
Huning Highland Historic District
Laurelwoods
Los Volcanoes
Martineztown
Mountainview
Pat Hurley
Raynolds
Sawmill
South Atrisco
Stinson Tower
Wells Park
Santa Barbara-Martineztown
West Park
South Broadway
La Vida Nueva
Vecinos Del Bosque
Coors Road Addition
Clifford West Business Park
Sundace
Casita Vista
Albuquerque Original Townsite
Raynolds Addition
Route 66 West
Westgate Heights
Rio Bravo Square
Sunport Park
San Jose
Orchard Gardens
Broadway Central Corridor Partnership
Francisco – Armijo – Otero Addition