Check out the Parks & Recreation Schedule of Special Events so you can ‘save the date’! Of course, there will be smaller events and some larger that pop up throughout the year unexpectedly, but these are our tried and true yearly events that the Community has grown to know and love.
Be sure to print the attached flyer for your own use either at home or for the office. “It All Happens Here” is easy to prove using this flyer!
Water line improvements across Dal Paso at Michigan and Dal Paso
East and Westbound access to E. Michigan Drive will be temporarily closed to through traffic at the intersection of N. Dal Paso St. beginning Tuesday, January 13th through Friday, January 16th for the ongoing Dal Paso Road Improvement Project.
For more information, please contact Constructors, Inc. at 575-392-0254.
Entrench, Inc., will begin installing a new water and sewer line that will be at the 4200 block of North Grimes, in Hobbs, New Mexico, starting on Tuesday 13, 2014 and lasting for 2 weeks.
Traffic control devices will be installed in this area and diverted to single lane traffic while work is ongoing. The general public is asked to remain clear of the construction area and drivers who commute on this portion of the City are asked to please drive slow and follow any detour signs in the area. Your Cooperation and observance of all construction signs will be greatly appreciated to help ensure the safety of the public and the construction crews.
The City of Hobbs and Entrench Inc. are committed to the safety of the traveling public and would like to thank you for your patience and assistance.
If you have any questions regarding this project, please contact:
Check out the article on Rockwind Communty Links found in PGA Insider December 2014 [by clicking here]
2015 Business Registrations
Business registration renewals for calendar year 2015 have now been mailed. The renewal fee is $25.00 and must be paid by January 31st. A late penalty fee of $10.00 will be assessed to all unpaid registrations beginning February 1st. For your convenience, payment can be made over the telephone using a credit card by calling the City Clerk’s Office at 397-9200.
Renewals may also be obtained by mail or in person at the City Clerk’s Office at City Hall, 200 East Broadway, Hobbs, New Mexico. If your business is no longer in operation, please contact the Clerk's Office to have your business registration cancelled.
As a reminder, if your business is required to have a New Mexico gross receipts tax number, the Hobbs City Code requires a business registration for each business location with the Hobbs city limits.
The “Lil’ Rock” (par 3 course) will be open Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays going forward, and the Driving Range and Golf Shop will be open Thursdays – Sundays. Everyone come out and experience the Rockwind Community Links while construction on the incredible 18 hole course continues through the winter!
Municipal Court Fines payment reminder
Municipal Court Fines – 3 ways to pay! In person – 301 North Turner, Hobbs, NM, by phone with debit or credit card- 575-397-9272, or on internet at hobbsnm.org “Pay My Fine”
Hobbs, New Mexico Encourages Community Participation to Keep a Safe Community
Making sure a city stays safe may be a more complicated process than you think. A lot goes into making this happen and the officials and citizens of Hobbs, New Mexico, are doing an excellent job at ensuring their town is safe for both residents and visitors.
Ride the bus routes or call 397-9290 to schedule a demand response ride.
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Register for CODERED
Lea County has instituted a new rapid emergency notification service called CodeRED®. The new system will distribute emergency messages via telephone to targeted areas or the entire county at a rate of 1,000 calls per minute. CodeRED® employs a one-of-a-kind Internet mapping capability for geographic targeting of calls, coupled with a high speed telephone calling system capable of delivering customized pre-recorded emergency messages directly to homes and businesses, live individuals and answering machines.
The Lea County Recreation Master Plan is a quality of life and economic development initiative. Led by an unprecedented
coalition of Lea County organizations, institutions and local governments, this effort is more than a recreation planning effort.
If implemented with vision and a spirit of collaboration and community, these projects can expand the identity of Lea County
from an economic force to a business friendly and desirable community where people want to work, raise a family, and live a
Single-handedly or in combination, these projects can be a catalyst for significant, positive change.
Then follow these instruction:
Click on New Mexico
Click on Report a Problem in the middle of the page
Click on Street Light Outages on the left side of the page
Under “Report Online”: click on Report Streetlight Outage
Fill in required fields on form
Lea County Northern Transfer Station
40101 W. Hiap, Behind Halliburton, 575-391-2953
Mon-Sat 8a - 6p, Sun 11a - 6p
Lovington Recycling Center
1002 S. Commercial (Corner of Chaves and K Street)
575-396-4629, Mon-Fri 8a - 5p
Keep Hobbs Beautiful
Utilities Online Bill Viewer
The City of Hobbs Utilities Department is installing a new Online Billing System. We are excited to bring this new product to our citizens and encourage each of you to take advantage of this streamlined billing process. You can currently register and view your bill Online.