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Community Overview

Las Cruces, New Mexico, is nestled in Mesilla Valley. It has become a popular southwestern destination. The city’s notable attractions, colorful heritage, wide away of outdoor activities and excursions, world-class food, and sunshine are present year-round.

The city is a short distance away from the historic Organ Mountain Desert Peaks and White Sands National Monument. Las Cruces is one of the states ideal locations.

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Las Cruces was ranked by Money magazine as one of the “best college towns.” AARP named it one of their “dream towns” in which to retire. Forbes once referred to it as one of the best small metro areas for business and careers.

More reasons why Las Cruces is a great place to live and work.
• Sunset Magazine named it one of the 20 Best Towns of the Future
• Family Digest named it one of the best places to live
• Parade Magazine named it a top 25 Hardest Working Towns in America
• Inc. Magazine voted it one of the top 20 Boomtowns
• Guidebook America voted it a top ten Family Spring Break Destination

Neighborhoods and Housing Opportunities

Las Cruces is the second largest community in New Mexico. It has 26 different neighborhoods throughout the city. The housing supply has expanded to accomodate the growing population.

Cultural Amenities

Las Cruces is also home to shopping and wineries. Visit the Amaro Winery or Fort Selden Winery. Take a short trip to Sunland Park Racetrack and Casino for fun entertainment. The city also offers various cultural outlets including art galleries and museums. Residents can also take in music and the performing arts at one of the many theaters.

In all, there are plenty of opportunities to learn about the history, culture, and diversity of Las Cruces.

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Outdoor Activities

Las Cruces has many outdoor activities, including golfing on the finest course in New Mexico.

Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy hiking, Full Moon bicycling, camping, and horseback riding.

Residents and visitors head to White Sand National Monument, the world’s largest gypsum dunfield, to white sand surf or explore the 275 square-mile national monument.

Carlsbad Caverns National Park in the Guadalupe Mountains is nearby. It is home to one of the deepest, largest, and most ornate caverns ever found. The cavern is one of the largest and most visited caves in America.

New Mexico State University is close and offers students a competitive Division 1 sports program.