The Spruce Park Neighborhood Association (SPNA) was founded some 35 years ago to preserve what we treasure in our urban oasis, its beautiful homes, its trees, its history, and, of course, its park. The Association sponsors a Spring Fling Egg Hunt at Easter time, an Annual Meeting in May, a Potluck in mid-September and a Halloween Parade. These events in the Park are intended as treats for young and old, and as opportunities to build and enjoy a sense of community. Recognition of SPNA by the City of Albuquerque gives neighbors a collective voice, whether the issue is renewing our “urban forest,” protecting our streets from the effects of UNM or Presbyterian Hospital expansion, or opposing non-residential use of residential properties. Our Newsletters and this web site are venues for sharing information – some practical, some historical – with friends and neighbors. We hope you will visit regularly, and contribute your thoughts and ideas.

Do become an Association member (at $12/yr) if you are not already! Whether or not, if you will provide us your email address, we will be happy to send you announcements of neighborhood interest, SPNA flyers, event invitations and newsletters electronically. Note that in the interest of your privacy, we will not post your contact information on the Internet.


Peter Feibelman, SPNA Past President

June 11, 2015


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