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Route 66 Open Space Volunteer Clean Up

Help the Open Space Division restore the Route 66 Open Space near Four Hills. Years of neglect prior to the area becoming Open Space have left this land littered with a lot of trash and debris.


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Mar 30, 2013
08:00 AM - 11:00 AM


Route 66 Open Space (East of Tramway on NM 333)


Please arrive at 8:30 a.m. for sign in and to enjoy donated refreshments.


Take the Tramway - Central exit on Interstate 40. Head south on Tramway and take NM 333 (the old Rt. 66) east. Drive east about 1 mile and look for the Open Space regulations signs and a large dirt lot with elm trees on your right, just past the Believers Center of Albuquerque.


Please bring the following:

  • Work gloves
  • Water
  • Appropriate clothing
  • Sun protection
  • A sack lunch
  • Sturdy shoes (no sandals)

Donated morning snacks are provided.

More Information

For more information about this and other Open Space events, call (505) 452-5200 or view Open Space events.

Event History

In December 2010, the City of Albuquerque added 66 acres to its Major Public Open Space system. Formally named the Route 66 Open Space, the property protects a portion of the Tijeras Arroyo near Four Hills.

In 2011 volunteers began the process of restoring this natural treasure. Join us for a volunteer trash clean up of this unique property and help protect the important natural resources found here!



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Jim Sattler