Special Districts

Public Improvement Districts and Tax Increment Development Districts

These Districts are formed by the City of Rio Rancho in accordance with Chapter 5, Article 11 NMSA 1978 and Chapter 5, Article 15 NMSA 1978. 

Los Diamantes Tax Increment Development District

Overview

The Los Diamantes Public Improvement District was established on August 27, 2020 by Resolution No. 82 (Enactment No. 20-081), for the purpose of financing the development of approximately 173 acres in Unit 10 (along Westside Blvd. west of Unser Blvd). The TIDD will support the construction of off-site and system-level infrastructure improvements for the District and surrounding area. Click here to view the final application.

Boundaries

The proposed TIDD is located in Unit 10, along Westside Blvd. west of Unser Blvd. The TIDD’s geographic boundaries are generally described as bounded on the south by Isabel Road SE, on the west by Viga Road SE and on the east by 10TH Street SE. Privately-owned, undeveloped parcels are directly north of the Project.

Broadmoor Heights Public Improvement District

3200 Civic Center Circle NE

Rio Rancho, NM 87144

Phone: 505-896-8788

Email: jmiano@rrnm.gov

Overview

The Broadmoor Heights Public Improvement District was established in 2018 by Resolution No. 80 (Enactment No. 18-075), for the purpose of financing road, sanitary sewer, water, storm drainage and associated landscaping associated with the Broadmoor Heights subdivision. The District encompasses approximately 116 acres of land with approximately 414 residential lots.

Boundaries

The PID’s geographic boundaries are generally described as bounded on the north by Kaiser Road, on the east by Galahad Street, on the south by Montezuma Boulevard, and on the West by Broadmoor Boulevard. 

Cabezon Public Improvement District

3200 Civic Center Circle NE

Rio Rancho, NM 87144

Phone: 505-896-8788

Email: jmiano@rrnm.gov

Overview

The Cabezon Public Improvement District was established in 2004 by Resolution No. 105 (Enactment No. 04-103), for the purpose of financing a drainage channel and other related public improvements. The Cabezon PID includes Enhanced Services to fund the ongoing maintenance of the linear park and other landscaping in portions of the City’s rights-of-way along Cabezon Boulevard, Unser Boulevard (east side only), Westside Boulevard, Western Hills Road and Trailside. The Cabezon PID is the only Special Improvement District in Rio Rancho to utilize Enhanced Services. The District encompasses approximately 700 acres of land.

Boundaries 

The PID’s geographic boundaries are generally described as bounded to the south by Westside Boulevard, to the north by Southern Boulevard, to the west by Unser Boulevard and to the east by Golf Course Road.  

Lomas Encantadas/Enchanted Hills Public Improvement District

333 Rio Rancho Dr. Suite 202

Rio Rancho, NM 87124

Phone: 505-896-9008

Email: nicoleh@aswinc.com

Overview

The Lomas Encantadas/Enchanted Hills Public Improvement District was established in 2016 by Resolution No. 54 (Enactment No. 16-54), for the purpose of sanitary sewer, water, drainage, park and trail improvements, including landscaping, grading, and various soft costs associated with the Lomas Encantadas/Enchanted Hills subdivision. The District encompasses approximately 357 acres of land, with 320 acres within the Lomas Encantadas subdivision and 37 acres within the Enchanted Hills subdivision. The PID is anticipated to include 1,037 residential dwelling units. The Lomas Encantadas PID Project is a portion of the 800 acre master-planned community referred to as the Lomas Encantadas subdivision.

Boundaries

The Lomas Encantadas District is generally bounded on the north and east by the Enchanted Hills subdivision, on the west by Rio Rancho Estates Unit 20, and on the south by the Venada Arroyo. The Enchanted Hills PID Project is generally located in the northwesterly portion of the 2,000 acre Enchanted Hills development and is generally bounded on the north by US 550, on the west by Rio Rancho Estates Unit 20 and the south and east by Enchanted Hills Unit 11A. 

Mariposa Public Improvement District

3200 Civic Center Circle NE

Rio Rancho, NM 87144

Phone: 505-896-8788

Email: jmiano@rrnm.gov

Overview 

The Mariposa Public Improvement District was established in 2006 by Resolution No. 12 (Enactment No. 06-014), for the purpose of financing a water supply system and waste water treatment facility. The District encompasses approximately 1,465 acres of land, initially planned as a custom home and estate community with approximately 1,650 dwelling units, 30,492 square feet of office space and 69,696 square feet of commercial space. Due to market demands and other outside factors, the District has transitioned to a more traditional neighborhood.   

Boundaries

The District is generally located west of Unser Boulevard down Mariposa Parkway, between US 550 and King Boulevard.

Stonegate Communities Public Improvement District

3200 Civic Center Circle NE

Rio Rancho, NM 87144

Phone: 505-896-8788

Email: jmiano@rrnm.gov

Overview

The Stonegate Public Improvement District was established in 2013 by Resolution No. 52 (Enactment No. 13-049), for the purpose of financing road, sanitary sewer, water, storm drain and park improvements associated with the Stonegate subdivision. The District encompasses approximately 150 developable acres of land with approximately 823 residential units.

Boundaries

The PID’s geographic boundaries are generally described as bounded on the north by Montezuma Boulevard, on the east by Edinburgh Street, on the south by Cardiff Avenue and on the west by Dinadan Road. 

Stonegate Communities Tax Increment Development District

3200 Civic Center Circle NE

Rio Rancho, NM 87144

Phone: 505-896-8788

Email: jmiano@rrnm.gov

Overview 

The Stonegate Tax Increment Development District was established in 2013 by Resolution No. 51 (Enactment No. 13-050), for the purpose of financing a sanitary sewer trunk line, regional storm drain, construction of Montezuma Boulevard and Cardiff Avenue and other public infrastructure required to support the development of the Stonegate, Milagro Mesa and Tierra del Oro subdivisions. The subdivisions comprise approximately 205 acres of land and are expected to contain 1,086 single family homes: 823 in Stonegate, 124 within Milagro Mesa and another 139 in Tierra del Oro. Tierra del Oro will contain 95 townhome units, 238 multi-family units and 10 acres of commercial property. The Tierra del Oro commercial property is expected to translate into approximately 111,670 square feet of retail and office space.

Boundaries

The District includes the Milagro Mesa, Stonegate and Tierra del Oro subdivisions. The District is generally located to the north of Northern Boulevard, to the east of Dinadan Drive, to the south of Montezuma Boulevard and to the west of Broadmoor Boulevard.

Tierra Del Oro Public Improvement District

Overview 

The Tierra Del Oro Public Improvement District was established in 2019 by Resolution No. 24 (Enactment No. 19-028), for the purpose of financing the Tierra Del Oro subdivision infrastructure such as sanitary sewer, water, and drainage improvements, including associated landscaping, grading, and various soft costs. The PID encompasses approximately 50 acres of land, to consist of an estimated 139 single-family residential units, 95 townhome units, 238 multi-family units and approximately ten acres of commercial uses.

Boundaries

The Tierra Del Oro District is generally bounded on the south by Cardiff Avenue NE, on the west by Edinburgh Street NE, on the north by Hedingham Avenue NE and on the east by Broadmoor Boulevard NE, with Havencrest Avenue NE running east/west through the property.


The Village at Rio Rancho Tax Increment Development District

3200 Civic Center Circle NE

Rio Rancho, NM 87144

Phone: 505-896-8788

Email: jmiano@rrnm.gov

Overview

The Village at Rio Rancho Tax Increment Development District was established in 2009 by Resolution No. 135 (Enactment No. 09-133), for the purpose of financing the Wellspring RCP storm drain, Wellspring water lines, West Branch channel construction, traffic signal for Wellspring and Unser, and traffic signal for Westside and Wellspring, including landscaping and various soft costs. The District encompasses approximately 76 acres of land. 

Boundaries 

The Village TIDD is generally bounded to the south by Wellspring Avenue, to the west by Unser Boulevard, and to the north and east by Westside Boulevard.