FY2023 Congressionally Directed Spending Public Disclosures

In accordance with newly enacted reforms by the Senate Appropriations Committee to increase accountability and transparency related to congressionally requested spending, Senator Luján, is making publicly available the list of congressionally directed spending requests he submitted for the Fiscal Year 2023 appropriations process. The bills listed below were open to requests for congressionally directed spending. These disclosures are being released in accordance with the deadlines set forth by the Committee.

Agriculture, click here.

Energy and Water Development, click here.

Military Construction, click here.

Commerce, Justice, Science, click here.

Transportation, Housing, and Urban Development, and Related Agencies, click here.

Financial Services and General Government, click here.

Homeland Security, click here.

Labor, Health, Human Services, and Education​, click here.

Interior, click here.


Recipient NameProject PurposeProject LocationAmount Requested ($000)
The Commons Grant CountyTo build a new food distribution facility that allows the expansion of services to rural residents.Bayard, Santa Clara, and Hurley NM$200
Village of ReserveTo provide design work for the Reserve Village hall and library expansion.Catron County NM$300
City of BelenThe Range Management Research Unit will make reparations and upgrades to its facilities.City of Belen, City of Rio Communities, Valencia County NM$761
City of BelenThe proposed project is for the planning and preparation required for the reconstruction of the City of Belen's interchange off Interstate 25 at Exit 195.City of Belen, Valencia County NM$1,010
The Food DepotTo build a client choice food pantry that will provide free access to a range of staple foods as well as diapers and personal hygiene products with an emphasis on traditional and culturally appropriate foods.Española and Rio Arriba County NM$268
Gila Regional Medical CenterFor Gila Regional Medical Center, a county-owned Critical Access Hospital, to purchase and install an MRI machine.Grant County, Luna County, Catron County NM$1,000
Hatch Valley SchoolsTo begin the process of planning and building a Animal Science Facility Lab for Hatch Valley Schools.Hatch NM$200
USDA-ARS Range Management Research UnitThe Southwestern Cotton Ginning Research Laboratory will make repairs and upgrades to the facilities in its laboratory.Las Cruces NM$3,376
USDA-ARS Range Management Research UnitThe Range Management Research Unit will make repairs and upgrades to its facilities.Las Cruces NM$2,831
County of MoraThis project is to complete the final buildout of the Mora County Administrative Complex.Mora County NM$4,300
Pojoaque Valley School DistrictTo replace current lighting and HVAC with systems that are more cost and energy efficient.Nambe Pueblo, Pojoaque Pueblo, San Ildefonso pueblo, Tesuque Pueblo, Northern Santa Fe County NM$600
McCurdy Schools Of Northern New MexicoThis project is to make needed improvements to McCurdy Community Center.Northern Santa Fe County and Southern Rio Arriba County including Española, Chimayo, La Puebla, Abiquiu, Cuarteles, Dixon, Hernandez, La Mesilla, Alcalde, Velarde and Ohkay Owinge, Santa Clara and San Ildelfonso Pueblos. NM$15,600
Village of QuestaThis project would repair the Village of Questa's Library West Wing.Questa, Cerro, Costilla, Amalia, Taos County NM$500
Northern New Mexico CollegeThe proposal is to refurbish existing dorms and buildings by incorporating energy-efficient enhancements.Rio Arriba County NM$180
Rio de Chama Acequia Association, Inc.To improve acequia diversions to withstand high releases from Abiquiu Reservoir during the off-season and to accommodate low flows during the irrigation season due to the ongoing drought.Rio Arriba County, Abiquiu, Plaza Blanca, Tierra Azul, Medanales, Rio Chama, Chili, El Duende, Hernandez and El Guache NM$5,000
Roosevelt CountyTo improve facilities to allow the county to meet Federal ADA requirements.Roosevelt County NM$2,042
Village of QuestaTo purchase a new ambulance for the Village of Questa.Taos County, Village of Questa NM$1,200
Village of TijerasTo provide maintenance and construction upgrades to the Village of Tijeras Village Hall.Tijeras NM$890
Village of QuestaTo complete the Village of Questa fire station.Village of Questa, Chevron Mine and Reclamation, Rio Grande Del Norte National Monument, Hondo-Columbine Wilderness, Latir Wilderness, Valle Vidal, Taos County NM$1,000
Village of ReserveTo add new fire bays to the Village of Reserve main fire station to accommodate modern fire attack vehicles.Village of Reserve, Catron County NM$1,000

Energy and Water Development

Recipient NameProject PurposeProject LocationAmount Requested ($000)
Acoma Utility AuthorityTo design and construct a water main and water storage tank.Acoma Pueblo/Cibola County NM$5,000
Army Corps of EngineersTo provide support for acequias and community ditches.Albuquerque NM$10,500
Albuquerque Housing AuthorityThe electrification of two of the city's affordable housing properties will increase energy resiliency, reduce carbon emissions, and offer the opportunity for the Albuquerque Housing Authority to utilize New Mexico's community solar program.Albuquerque NM$1,700
University of New MexicoThe University of New Mexico will establish transparent auditing mechanisms and standardized measurement protocols.Albuquerque NM$600
Bosque Environmental Monitoring ProgramTo support Corps Endangered Species Programs.Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Rio Rancho, Belen, and Socorro NM$1,994
Carlsbad Irrigation DistrictTo remove cylinder gates.Carlsbad, Loving, Black River Village. Eddy County NM$300
Rio Chiquito MDWCATo construct a new water storage tank.Chimayo, NM$547
City of Rio CommunitiesTo construct stormwater drainage infrastructure.City of Rio Communities NM$13,992
US Army Corps of EngineersTo construct water infrastructure projects in communities around New Mexico.City of Rio Rancho, Southern Sandoval County Flood Control Authority NM$8,000
Institute of American Indian ArtsExpand solar energy generating capacity.City of Santa Fe, Santa Fe County NM$500
MSC 3GRDNew Mexico State University will conduct an agrovoltaics demonstration program to research the benefits of the congruence between renewable energy and agriculture, such as the generation of energy to run farm operations, reducing the carbon footprint of agriculture, improving water use efficiency, and increasing crop yields.Dona Ana County NM$1,055
New Mexico State UniversityTo address critical infrastructure security and resilience challenges and to fill a gap in New Mexico's and national cybersecurity workforce.Doña Ana County NM$1,000
New Mexico State UniversityTo create a testbed to modernization of the electric power sector.Doña Ana County NM$2,000
Bureau of ReclamatinProvide reliable domestic water to communities in eastern New Mexico and Cannon Air Force Base.Eastern New Mexico NM$30,000
Fort Sumner Irrigation DistrictTo rehabilitate aging infrastructure that provides irrigation water.Fort Sumner, DeBaca County NM$493
City of Las Cruces Utility Energy TransitionTo create a transition plan for a path to non-fossil-fuel dependent energy.Las Cruces, Doña Ana County NM$400
City of Las CrucesTo create a pilot project that weatherizes, electrifies, and employs solar for existing low- and moderate-income homes.Las Cruces, Doña Ana County NM$500
Northern New Mexico CollegeNorthern New Mexico College will retrofit a residential dormitory on campus with heat pumps and energy management controls.Rio Arriba NM$360
Santa Clara PuebloTo reconstruct irrigation ditches and diversions.Santa Clara Pueblo NM$1,000
City of Truth or Consequences ElectricThe City of Truth or Consequences will improve its electrical grid through numerous grid equipment replacements that are aging and in need of replacement. These include a substation transformer replacement, pole and conductor replacement, substation primary underground feeder wire replacement, and voltage regulator replacements.Truth or Consequences NM$2,694
Village of Bosque FarmsConstruction of a new Main Plant Structure at the Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP).Village of Bosque Farms, Town of Peralta NM$4,708
Village of TijerasTo extend the existing municipal wastewater utility.Village of Tijeras Wastewater Utility NM$8,800

Military Construction

Recipient NameProject PurposeProject LocationAmount Requested ($000)
Holloman Air Force BaseHolloman High-Speed Test TrackAlamogordo NM$5,000
Holloman AFBThis project would construct a combined 98,000 square meters of taxiway extensions, promoting improved circulation and airfield efficiency.Alamogordo NM$6,000
Kirtland AFBThis funding would support planning and design of a ~16,000 square foot addition to an existing building in support of integration and engineering functions for Digital Engineering (DE) & Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) on the Space Force’s next generation space architecture.Albuquerque NM$2,000
Kirtland AFBThis facility will be used to store small quantities of explosives on Kirtland AFB, NM.Albuquerque NM$2,800
Kirtland AFBThis facility would provide the space and infrastructure on Kirtland AFB to conduct physiological training and medical wellness evaluations/treatment for the Special Warfare Training Squadron.Albuquerque NM$6,000
Kirtland AFBFire station 5 responds to airfield emergencies and must be able to accommodate the next generation structural pumper and crash vehicles. The project will construct a new apparatus buy to house new and improved fire apparatus equipment.Albuquerque NM$4,050
Kirtland AFBThis project is in support of the infrastructure requirements for the move of seven AC-130J aircraft from Hurlburt Field, FL to Kirtland AFB, NM.Albuquerque NM$6,000
Kirtland AFBThis project would planning and design funds for a 432-room dorm complex to consolidate students for the 351st Special Warfare Training Squadron (SWTS) and 58th Special Operations Wing (SOW) at Kirtland AFB.Albuquerque NM$11,500
Kirtland AFBThis request would provide additional funding for Planning and Design work for the Air Force's Joint Navigational Warfare Center Headquarters.Albuquerque NM$6,000
Cannon AFBThe project would add an addition to the security forces squadron operations facilities.Clovis NM$3,900
Cannon AFBThis funding would support planning and design for the relocation and expanded capacity of a munitions storage area to support operational readiness.Clovis NM$8,000
Melrose Air Force RangeProvides a permanent relocation of the range fire department facility from the center tactical area of the range, to the northwest development area co-located with the other administrative and maintenance facilities.Clovis NM$5,600
White Sands Missile RangeThe project would design and construct a One Company Satellite Fire Station.Las Cruces NM$4,600
White Sands Missile RangeThis project will increase resiliency and energy security of the Las Cruces substation by installing a ring bus and two transformers.Las Cruces NM$5,800
White Sands Missile RangeThis request would support the construction of a new missile assembly building on White Sands Missile Range.Las Cruces NM$29,000
New Mexico National GuardThe project is on the Army FYDP for FY24. The project would support mission readiness by providing funds for the vehicle maintenance shop to address its operational needs.Rio Rancho NM$1,200

Commerce, Justice, Science

Recipient NameProject PurposeProject LocationAmount Requested ($000)
University of New MexicoExpand the Long Wavelength Array project by upgrading equipment, increasing the capability of the current array and allowing it to achieve its potential as a national facility.Bernalillo County, NM$983
New Mexico Human Services DepartmentSupport the start-up and development costs needed to launch seven additional Mobile Crisis Teams. Statewide$2,800
ABQ Street ConnectExpand ABQ Street Connect Services.Albuquerque, NM$306
The Bernalillo County Metropolitan CourtTo contract with National Recognized Trainers to present to our staff the effectiveness of Crisis Intervention Training.Albuquerque, Bernalillo County, NM$8,800
City of Las CrucesProject LIGHT is to provide a team of trauma-informed responders and providers to deploy into the field to provide care, navigation of services, and follow-up to those experiencing a crisis and/or a behavioral health emergency. Las Cruces & Doña Ana County, NM$485
Albuquerque Police DepartmentSmart camera technology to assist with problem solving strategies such as crime reduction, community policing, and investigations. Albuquerque, NM$540
New Mexico Department of Public SafetyVirtual Reality De-Escalation Training Project to train officers on how to handle real life situations in the field.Statewide$350
Curry County The purchase of two virtual reality training simulators for the Curry County Sheriff's Office and the Adult Detention Center. Curry County, NM$270
San Juan County Purchase of timed firearm training targets. San Juan County, NM$75
Animal Protection of New MexicoThe Link And Bark Training For Law Enforcement/Mental Health ProfessionalsStatewide$80
New Mexico Department of Public SafetyForensic Laboratory Gas Chromatograph - Infrared Detectors (GC-IRD) Project Statewide$411
Rio Arriba County Wireless public safety networking hubs to provide Rio Arriba Sherriff's office with community policing hubs throughout the County.Rio Arriba County, NM$400
Luna Community CollegeThe Rough Rider Law Enforcement Training Center to provide fully interactive, affordable, and innovative training to address current needs in law enforcement. Cities and towns within San Miguel, Guadalupe, Mora and Colfax counties including Las Vegas, Mora, Raton, Santa Rosa, and Springer; neighboring counties of Harding, Rio Arriba, Union, Torrance, Quay, and Curry.$401
Taos County A dedicated traffic unit for Taos County, NM.Taos County, NM$500
City of FarmingtonA mobile command vehicle to support public safety. City of Farmington, NM$1,300
Rio Arriba CountyFunding for 10 new Rio Arriba Sheriff's Office police cruisers.Rio Arriba County, NM$1,000
National Radio Astronomy ObservatoryTransform a disused building and grounds on the Very Large Array campus into a STEM learning center to broaden participation in STEM by working collaboratively with the underserved communities in New Mexico to provide culturally relevant and responsive hands-on educational programming.Counties of: Socorro, Bernalillo, Chaves, Cibola, Colfax, Curry, De Baca, Dona Ana, Eddy, Grant, Guadalupe, Harding, Hidalgo, Lea, Lincoln, Los Alamos, Luna, McKinley, Mora, Otero, Quay, Rio Arriba, Roosevelt, San Juan, San Miguel, Sandoval, Santa Fe, Sie$10,000
County of BernalilloProvide an operational expansion to the Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion to reduce recidivism and jail population, and provide additional client supports Bernalillo County, NM$416
Missing and Murdered Diné RelativesProvide financial assistance and resources to families and communities on the Navajo Nation and in New Mexico in navigating the tragedies of the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Relatives CrisisSan Juan County/McKinley County/Cibola County, NM


City of Albuquerque Violence Intervention ProgramExpand the impact of intervention and street outreach services of the Violence Intervention ProgramCity of Albuquerque, NM$2,050

Transportation, Housing, and Urban Development, and Related Agencies

Recipient NameProject PurposeProject LocationAmount Requested ($000)
New Mexico Department of TransportationDesign and reconstruct the Comanche Interchange in the Albuquerque area with I-25 and the Montgomery Interchange with I-25Albuquerque NM$25,000
City of AlbuquerqueInitiate the development of a Homeless Youth Center in Albuquerque.Albuquerque NM$1,500
Sawmill Center IncTo build the Sawmill Center, a cultural hub that celebrates local, national, and international artists and offers education programs for all ages.Albuquerque NM$1,000
Albuquerque Health Care for the HomelessTo acquire land to allow the organization to grow and expand access to healthcare services to people without homes.Bernalillo County NM$1,000
County of BernalilloTo reconstruct the segment of Atrisco Vista Boulevard from Double Eagle Road to Paseo del Norte BoulevardBernalillo County NM$5,000
City of CarlsbadTo replace existing Old Cavern Highway roadway infrastructureCarlsbad NM$3,100
Pueblo of LagunaTo demolish the old Grants Cibola County School District Laguna-Acoma High SchoolCibola, Pueblo of Laguna, Seboyeta, Cubero NM$1,400
City of AlbuquerqueTo refurbish the landscaping along the multi-use trail on Tramway RoadCity of Albuquerque NM$500
City of AlbuquerqueTo complete Phase 1 of the Spur Line Trail, a 2.5-mile off-street, bicycle/pedestrian trail connecting Downtown Albuquerque with the Sawmill District.City of Albuquerque, Bernalillo County NM$3,000
City of DemingTo make improvements to four adjacent highway slopes surrounding an I-10 underpass at Gold AvenueCity of Deming NM$1,250
City of FarmingtonImprove infrastructure at the Navajo Street crossing at the Glade ArroyoCity of Farmington NM$1,600
City of Rio RanchoTo design and construct a roundabout structure at the intersection of Broadmoor Blvd and Idalia RdCity of Rio Rancho NM$2,700
City of Rio RanchoTo reconstruct drainage crossing under Southern Blvd at Nicklaus DrCity of Rio Rancho NM$4,125
City of SocorroTo redesign and reconstruct the East Road/EMRTC BridgeCity of Socorro NM$3,500
New Mexico Department of TransportationTo reconstruct US 60 and add storm drains through downtown ClovisClovis NM$22,000
Cuba Independent SchoolsTo build housing to accommodate the additional teachers needed to meet the needs of the student population.Cuba NM$1,000
Cuba Health CenterTo create permanent, dedicated housing and a wellness center to attract medical providers to serve in Cuba, NM and at 3 additional sites located on Navajo tribal land in Torreon, Ojo Encino, and Counselor.Cuba, Torreon, Ojo Encino, and Counselor / Northern Sandoval County and McKinley County NM$1,635
New Mexico Department of TransportationTo do a full-depth reclamation of existing pavement on US 84De Baca & Guadalupe Counties NM$8,000
City of DemingTo support the utility upgrades phase of a larger project to revitalize the west side of Deming.Deming NM$1,500
New Mexico Border AuthorityDesignate an international rail crossing at the US-Mexico border near the Santa Teresa Port of EntryDona Ana County NM$2,250
Village of Eagle NestConstruct improvements to Enchanted Eagle Park in Eagle Nest.Eagle Nest NM$1,877
New Mexico Community CapitalTo establish a retreat center that facilitates various programs to support Native women's economic empowerment.Entire state of New Mexico NM$500
City of FarmingtonTo build the first fully-inclusive accessible and adaptive playground in San Juan County.Farmington NM$1,200
Cenikor FoundationTo make capital improvements that will increase the availability of substance use disorder treatment in the region and ensure that the facility is meeting requirements under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).Farmington, San Juan County NM$330
Battered Families ServicesTo build a twenty-four hour emergency domestic-violence shelterGallup NM$1,000
SPIN Supporting People In NeedFunds to acquire and rehabilitate a building as a shelter for low income persons experiencing homelessness, addiction, and/or mental illness.Grant, Luna and Hidalgo Counties NM$400
Village of Los Ranchos de AlbuquerqueTo purchase parcels of land and construct a traffic roundabout and make other infrastructure improvementsGreater Albuquerque Metropolitan Area Transportation Region NM$700
City of Las CrucesFund “Lift Up Las Cruces” a new initiative to improve neighborhoods through outreach, community gathering events, public art, housing assistance, workforce development, ADA street improvements, pavement & utility improvements, and recreational infrastructureLas Cruces NM$2,000
New Mexico Department of TransportationTo reconstruct and widen NM 128 from Jal in Lea CountyLea County NM$15,000
New Mexico Department of TransportationTo improve pavement conditions and add passing lanes from Roswell to Texas on US 380Lea County NM$25,000
McKinley CountyTo develop the McKinley County Industrial Park, which will include a wastewater plant and infrastructure for economic development.McKinley County NM$2,000
New Mexico Department of TransportationTo add additional east and westbound lanes from the Arizona state line to AlbuquerqueMcKinley, Cibola, & Bernalillo NM$25,000
Mora-San Miguel Electric Co-opTo build a new headquarters facility including site upgrades.Mora NM$3,200
Collins Lake Housing ExpansionAdd an additional housing unit to the Collins Lake Autism Center.Mora NM$550
McCurdy Schools Of Northern New MexicoTo facilitate development on an affordable subdivision of homes.Northern Santa Fe County and Southern Rio Arriba County including Española, Chimayo, La Puebla, Abiquiu, Cuarteles, Dixon, Hernandez, La Mesilla, Alcalde, Velarde and Ohkay Owinge, Santa Clara and San Ildelfonso Pueblos. NM$1,050
Pojoaque Valley School DistrictTo provide affordable housing for educators in order to increase the quality of applicants and teachers.Pojoaque Area, Nambe Pueblo, Pojoaque Pueblo, San Ildefonso Pueblo, Tesuque Pueblo, Northern Santa Fe County NM$750
Pueblo of AcomaTo construct the approaches of the Mesa Hill BridgePueblo of Acoma NM$13,300
Pueblo of Acoma Community Development OfficeTo plan and re-design Haak'u Road for full-depth reconstructionPueblo of Acoma, Cibola County, and Pueblo of Laguna NM$2,900
Pueblo of San FelipeRenovations to the San Felipe Pueblo North BridgePueblo of San Felipe and surrounding communities NM$984
Mayor Linda H. CalhounTo build 20 housing units on land currently owned by the town to be rented to full-time residents.Red River NM$5,000
North Central Regional Transit DistrictTo complete a portion of an expansion and renovation of the Jim West Regional Transit CenterRio Arriba, Taos, Santa Fe, Los Alamos Counties NM$714
City of FarmingtonTo construct the North Animas Trail Extension connection to expand the multimodal River Trail systemSan Juan County NM$1,200
North Central NM Economic Development DistrictTo establish a fund designed to fill gaps in workforce housing projects.San Miguel, Mora, Colfax, Taos, Rio Arriba, Los Alamos, Santa Fe and Sandoval Counties NM$3,000
New Mexico Department of TransportationTo construct a bypass road on NM 4 to NM 290 in Sandoval CountySandoval County NM$15,000
Tides CenterTo establish a registered food facility and provide access to food-safe processing equipment and storage.Sandoval County NM$960
Santa Clara PuebloTo complete the remaining design and construction of Wild Rose Rd (Route #670)Santa Clara Pueblo NM$618
Homewise Inc.To allow eligible borrowers to access a one-time Homeownership Assistance Voucher of $30,000 in flexible funding to help with costs of purchasing a home, including down payment, closing costs, and minor repairs.Santa Fe NM$750
Santa Fe County Housing AuthorityFunding to re-stucco approximately 195 rental units, 3 administrative/resident services buildings and 3 Boys & Girls Club facilities.Santa Fe County, City of Santa Fe NM$1,212
Santo Domingo PuebloTo rehabilitate traditional adobe homes located in the Main Village in order to prevent COVID-19 transmission and improve the overall health and safety of the homes.Santo Domingo Pueblo, Sandoval County NM$2,000
Navajo Nation CouncilRehabilitation of transportation facilities, and the repair and replacement of bridges within the Navajo Nation communities in Northwestern New Mexico.Shiprock NM$5,000
Healthy FuturesSupport a program that would provide indigenous high school students with learning opportunities on farms and ranches of experienced Native Americans.Shiprock NM$500
El Camino Real Housing AuthorityTo construct Vista de Socorro, a 32-unit affordable housing development with 7 units set aside for special needs populations in Socorro, NM.Socorro and Socorro County NM$750
Youth Development Inc.To help expand housing and transitional living skills/ behavioral health and therapy access for underrepresented homeless youth.State-wide NM$4,500
New Mexico Mortgage Finance AuthorityTo provide housing stock, housing stability and support services for displaced individuals and families as a result of the spring 2022 New Mexico wildfires.Statewide NM$3,000
United Way of Central New MexicoTo create a statewide telephony system for the 8 211 information and referral lines that serve the state of New Mexico.Statewide NM$109
ALS Association New MexicoTo finance home modifications for those living with ALS.Statewide NM$750
Taos CountyBuild housing for renters and/or first time home buyers for essential workforce such as healthcare workers, educators, government employees and first responders.Taos County NM$3,000
Veterans Off-GridTo build 10 tiny-homes and supporting facilities for homeless veterans near Carson NM.Taos County NM$125
Taos PuebloTo make improvements and repairs to Spider Rock RoadTaos Pueblo NM$5,700
Town of Red RiverTo plan, design and construct, street improvement, including utility replacement, to High Street within the Town of Red River, NMTown of Red River NM$7,250
Oxford House, Inc.Funding to start a revolving loan funds to help recovering individuals pay first month’s rent on a suitable group home.Statewide NM$100

Financial Services and General Government

Recipient NameProject PurposeProject LocationAmount Requested ($000)
New Mexico State UniversityTo create a new business accelerator for called the Agriculture Venture to provide resources and connections for entrepreneurs seeking to launch or expand agriculture/food-based ventures.Doña Ana County and Statewide NM$350
Rio Arriba CountyTo reroof a wing of the Rio Arriba Empowerment Center Building.Rio Arriba County NM$170
New Mexico Border AuthorityThis request would provide funds for the environmental impact statement (EIS) and the design project phases for the modernization of the Santa Teresa Port of Entry (POE).Santa Teresa NM$10,000
Albuquerque Economic Development DepartmentTo hire 2 full time employees to serve as business advisors to the New Mexico MBDA business center.Statewide NM$200
New Mexico Small Business Development CenterTo support Native American artisans in creating an online presence for e-commerce.Statewide NM$125
New Mexico Tourism DepartmentTo create a Travel Trade CoOp Program in order to support businesses in the travel/leisure/tourism industryStatewide NM$500
New Mexico Small Business Development CenterTo provide entrepreneurship outreach/training for incarcerated individuals in New Mexico.Statewide NM$58

Homeland Security

Recipient NameProject PurposeProject LocationAmount Requested ($000)
ABQ Metropolitan Arroyo Flood Control AuthorityGibson Corridor Drainage Improvements (AMAFCA)Albuquerque NM


City of AlbuquerqueCity of Albuquerque Emergency Operations CenterAlbuquerque NM


City of AlbuquerqueCity of Albuquerque Flood Control and Green Stormwater InfrastructureAlbuquerque NM$2,000
Doña Ana CountyDoña Ana County Emergency Operations CenterDoña Ana County NM$1,500
Doña Ana CountyNorth La Union Flood Mitigation ProjectDoña Ana County NM


NM Department of Cultural AffairsLos Luceros Fire MitigationRio Arriba County NM$500
Village of RuidosoRio Ruidoso Repair, Restoration, and Mitigation ProjectRuidoso NM$1,370
Western New Mexico UniversityHigher Education Workforce Training in Wildland Fire ScienceSilver City NM


Labor, Health, Human Services, and Education

Recipient NameProject PurposeProject LocationAmount Requested ($000)
New Mexico HED/ALTSD/DWSTo enhance current apprenticeship programs Statewide$2,000
City of Las CrucesCity of Las Cruces Mobile Integrated Health ProgramLas Cruces, NM$560
New Mexico Human Services DepartmentOccupation Specific Outreach and Support in Non-Traditional Service Delivery LocationsStatewide$3,000
Mora Valley Community Health Services, Inc.MVCHS New Medical ClinicMora$5,000
Mora Valley Community Health Services, Inc.Design, construct, equip, and furnish MVCHS Dental Clinic ExpansionMora$110
Mora Valley Community Health Services, Inc.MVCHS Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment and Prevention Services ExpansionMora$299
Steve A. SmabyCollins Lake Housing ExpansionMora$340
Taos CountyTaos County DetoxTaos County$3,000
Youth HeartlinePrevention and Education InitiativeColfax, Taos, Union Counties (Eighth Judicial District)$188
Women In LeadershipWomen In Leadership Sister CircleStatewide$1
City of AlbuquerqueGibson Sobering Center Staffing- SAMSHAAlbuquerque, Bernalillo County$2,000
City of AlbuquerqueGibson Sobering Center - HRSAAlbuquerque, Bernalillo County$6,800
Southwestern CollegeSouthwestern College Tierra Nueva Counseling Center ExpansionSan Juan, Rio Arriba, Taos, Los Alamos, Sandoval, Mora, Santa Fe, San Miguel, Bernalillo, Valencia, Torrance, Socorro, Luna, and Roosevelt counties. $500
CHRISTUS St. Vincent Regional Medical CenterCHRISTUS St. Vincent Regional Cancer Center ExpansionSanta Fe, Los Alamos, Taos, Rio Arriba, Mora, San Miguel, Torrance, Bernalillo, Colfax and Sandoval counties$10,000
Mountain Home Health CareFacility and Technological Infrastructure ImprovementsTaos County, Western Colfax County, Eastern Rio Arriba County$250
Community Action Agency of Southern New Mexico Thriving Families: A 2-Gen ApproachDona Ana, Grant, Hidalgo, Luna, and Sierra Counties$1,000
Carlsbad LifeHouseMeal Delivery TransportationSoutheast. Carlsbad$210
New Mexico State UniversityConnecting with the Community: Telehealth Training for Nurse Practitioner StudentsDoña Ana County, and statewide.$1
Hidalgo CountyBehavioral Health Facility improvementsHidalgo County, Lordsburg, Rodeo, Virden, Animas, Cotton City, Playas, Windmill-Luna/Grant$400
Cenikor FoundationFour Winds Recovery Center residential substance use disorder treatment services facility improvementsFarmington, San Juan County$330
New Mexico State UniversityNMSU Nurse Anesthesiology Program Training CenterDoña Ana County, and statewide.$3,000
County of BernalilloMobile School-Based Health Clinic (Counselor)Bernalillo County$800
County of BernalilloMobile School-Based Health Clinic (Vehicles)Bernalillo County$800
Guadalupe County HospitalCT scan replacementGuadalupe County (Santa Rosa, Vaughn, Anton Chico, Puerto de Luna, Cuervo, Newkirk, etc.), as well as De Baca County, northern Lincoln County and eastern Torrance County$750
New Mexico State UniversityDoña Ana Community College: Health Sciences South County Expansion ProjectDoña Ana County, and statewide.$766
Oxford House, Inc.Oxford House, Inc., New Mexico Oxford House Outreach WorkerStatewide$100
Youth Development Inc.Bridging the Achievement Gap in New Mexico: The Early Learning Innovative Solution to Our Educational Crisis Through the Work of Youth Development, Inc. (YDI)Statewide$2,500
Carlsbad LifeHouse, IncIncrease Capacity for Mental Health CounselorsEddy County, NM$400
Gallup Community HealthGallup Community Health Start-upGallup, McKinley County$16
University of New MexicoPharmacist Clinician Chronic Disease Management Demonstration ProjectAlbuquerque, NM.$492
La Familia Medical Center (LFMC)Facilities Upgrades and EquipmentSanta Fe City, Santa Fe County, Rio Arriba County$472
University of New MexicoImaging Resources to Support Clinical Research in Disabling Neurological DisordersBernalillo County$3,000
University of New MexicoTo increase capacity and capability for workforce development in cybersecurity and data science at the University of New Mexico. Bernallio County$1,500
University of New MexicoTo complete a statewide assessment of social vulnerability indices (SVI)Bernalillo County, but the students served are state-wide$500
San Juan College The development and implementation of certificate programs in Construction Occupations - Heavy Equipment at San Juan College.San Juan County, McKinley County$371
New Mexico State UniversityTo fund training opportunities for young children and undergraduate and graduate students and community-based partnerships at a university-maintained community garden. Doña Ana County$300
San Juan College For the development and implementation of several new certificate programs in construction occupations at San Juan College.San Juan County, McKinley County$2,130
New Mexico Highlands UniversityTo support a Center for Excellence in Social Work and a Native American Social Work Studies Institute at New Mexico Highland University.Las Vegas, San Miguel$750
San Juan College To purchase the annual contract and implement the Student Management System softwareSan Juan County and McKinley County$180
San Juan College Cyber Systems Designed for Critical Infrastructure- Electric, Utility, Industrial, and Other Critical Energy-Related Operations San Juan County $500
Western New Mexico UniversityTo improve access to post-secondary outdoor education Silver City, Bayard, Hurley, Santa Clara, Deming and surrounding communitieis$650
Sunrise ClinicsTo fund retinopathy screening in rural communitiesGuadalupe, Colfax, Quay and San Miguel Counties$24
New Mexico State UniversitySouthern New Mexico Arts Equity Initiative at New Mexico State University Art MuseumDoña Ana County$400
New Mexico State University To create a New Mexico Border Policy Research Network with New Mexico State University to expand research on policy issues affecting the U.S.-Mexico region in southern New Mexico. Dona Ana County $470
Central New Mexico Community CollegeTo fund training programs at Central New Mexico Community College for aspiring cybersecurity, IT and computer science workers. City of Albuquerque, Bernalillo County$1,000
Collaborative for Higher Education Shared ServicesTo support the expansion of the Enterprise Resources Planning and Student Information System to serve additional community colleges in New Mexico. Statewide$3,000
University of New MexicoTo fund a pilot program within the teacher preparation graduate program at the University of New Mexico for aspiring rural and Indigenous pK-12 educators and leaders.Bernallio County $300
New Mexico Coalition of Sexual Abuse Programs, IncTo create a statewide child abuse work group to focus on the prevention, assessment, identification and treatment of child abuse and neglect.Statewide$46
New Mexico Community CapitalTo fund apprenticeship and entrepreneur training and apprenticeship programs for Native American women in New Mexico. Statewide$500
ExploraTo fund the expansion of a statewide STEM Learning project, including school-based programs, seasonal camps, after-school clubs, professional development for educators, and programs for early childhood learners and teens.Statewide$475
NM-NEW Inc. Operational and Opportunity for Matching Seniors to OpportunitiesStatewide$400
New Mexico Black Leadership CouncilTo build leadership, academic achievement and self-esteem in at-risk youth using year-round, STEAM programming in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Albuquerque$300
Teach For America (New Mexico)To provide early educators with professional development and leadership opportunities Statewide$115
Albuquerque Public SchoolsTo establish a K-12 STEM agricultural science magnet school pathway in Albuquerque. Albuquerque$275
Southwest Piping InstituteTo expand Southwest Piping Institute apprenticeship training facilities for plumbers, water heaters, pipefitters, welders and HVAC technicians into Española.Santa Fe County, Los Alamos County, Rio Arriba County, more of the northern counties$1,200
New Mexico State University Displaced Scholars Initiative: Refugee Scholars in the BorderlandsDona Ana County$307
New Mexico Hospital AssociationTo expand and scale up the Making Another Student of Healthcare (MASH) Camp K-12 program to strengthen the healthcare workforce pipeline. Statewide$988
Pojoaque Valley School DistrictTo support technology upgrades in Pojoaque Valley School DistrictPojoaque Area, Nambe Pueblo, Pojoaque Pueblo, San Ildefonso Pueblo, Tesuque Pueblo, Northern Santa Fe County$400
Jobs for America's Graduates-NM, Inc.To sustain and expand the JAG Model Program for high school students in New Mexico public schools. Statewide $600
New Mexico State University To support the personnel to run the Doña Ana Community College (DACC) Career and Life Skills AcademyDoña Ana County, and statewide.$450
Eastern New Mexico University-RoswellTo increase employability opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities in Roswell, New Mexico. Roswell, Las Cruces, Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Taos, Socorro, Las Lunas, Bernalillo, Artesia, Carlsbad, Hobbs, Lovington, Clovis, Portales, and other New Mexico communities$200
Northwest NM Council of GovernmentsTo support training and wraparound services for construction certificate programs in Gallup, New Mexico. Gallup, McKinley County, Navajo Nation, Pueblo of Zuni$750
Center for Health Innovation To improve and diversify NM's health system and behavioral workforce through supervision programs.Statewide$500
Children's Reading Alliance To offer the First Teacher/Primer Maestro™ (FT/PM) Program statewide Los Cruces, Dona Ana County$106
New Mexico Foundation To create five new childcare sites at elementary schools Bernallio County$635
Literacy Link-LeamosTo offer instruction in job skill development and test prep Grant County$50
College and Career PlazaThe College and Career Plaza mission is to ensure that every student in New Mexico graduates with a plan for their future, by providing open-door access to 1:1 bilingual and professional guidance as well as workshops, presentations, and campus wide events.Statewide$200


Recipient NameProject PurposeProject LocationAmount Requested ($000)
Village of CubaTo design and construct a water storage tank.Cuba$1,500
New Mexico State UniversityTo create a Southwest Environmental Media Center.Doña Ana County, and statewide.$368
Watrous Mutual Domestic Water Consumers Assn.To improve water source treatment and water storage.Watrous$1,671
New Mexico Environment DepartmentTo support statewide data initiatives. Statewide$2,500
Navajo Nation, Project Development Department, DivTo improve water and wastewater facilities.Church Rock Navajo Chapter and communities in a 30 mile radius of Church Rock$20,230
Village of ChamaTo upgrade a water treatment plant.Chama & Parts of Rio Arriba County$550
Town of MountainairTo improve wastewater treatment facility.Town of Mountainair$2,500
Camino Real Regional Utility AuthorityTo design and construct wastewater treatment plant improvements.Sunland Park$2,495
Santo Domingo PuebloTo upgrade wastewater treatment plant.Santo Domingo Pueblo$1,500
City of Las CrucesTo upgrade wastewater treatment facility.Las Cruces and Doña Ana County$3,000
City of Las VegasTo rehabilitate the wastewater system. City of Las Vegas, New Mexico$1,152
City of EspañolaTo plan, design, and construct outfall rehabilitation. City of Espanola, Santa Clara Pueblo, Rio Arriba County & Santa Fe County$1,500
City of SocorroTo replace water and sewer lines. City of Socorro, NM$6,000
City of PortalesTo upgrade water storage pump and pump facility.City of Portales$3,800
Pueblo of TesuqueTo upgrade the wastewater treatment plant.Pueblo of Tesuque$6,000
Pueblo of PojoaqueTo design, construct and repair water and wastewater facilities.Pojoaque Valley$1,500
City of SocorroTo expand Socorro's sewer system.City of Socorro, NM; Socorro County, NM$3,500
City of Santa RosaTo improve the existing water system.City of Santa Rosa/ Guadalupe County$800
Native American Community Academy FoundationTo support outdoor education.Bernalillo County, including Albuquerque and Sandia Park$267
Red RiverTo construct and equip a public works facility.Red River$1,693
Town of EdgewoodTo repair and maintain the wastewater treatment facility.Town of Edgewood$900
East Pecos Mutual Domestic Water Consumers Assoc.To design and construct a sewer line collection and disposal project.San Miguel County$3,711
Anthony Water and Sanitation DistrictTo rehabilitate and modify a wastewater treatment plant.City of Anthony, Dona Ana County, and New Mexico Rural Water$18,802
Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Auth.To plan, design, and construct a reuse pipeline.Albuquerque / Bernalillo County$5,000
Santa Clara PuebloTo provide engineering design for a water treatment and wastewater facility design.Santa Clara Pueblo/ Espanola$800
The Trust for Public LandTo acquire land for the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument.Taos County$6,000
Northern New Mexico Solid Waste AuthorityTo construct a lined landfill cell.McKinley County$1,500
City of BloomfieldTo purchase a sewage vacuum truck.City of Bloomfield$500
Northern New Mexico CollegeTo preserve historical documents. Rio Arriba County$150
New Mexico State UniversityTo support research for produced water.Doña Ana County, and statewide.$3,000
New Mexico State UniversityTo expand pollution prevention activities.Doña Ana County, and statewide$500
San Juan CollegeTo develop a mountain bike park.San Juan County$950
City of CarlsbadTo repurpose and replace existing water line infrastructure.Carlsbad, NM; Eddy County, NM$1,526
City of JalTo replace main transmission lines.City of Jal, Lea County New Mexico$14,818
Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Auth.To provide distribution lines and water services. Albuquerque / Bernalillo County$3,000
Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Auth.To construct a water resource recovery facility.Albuquerque / Bernalillo County $5,000
Town of SpringerTo replace and upgrade water distribution lines.Springer$1,265
Ramah Navajo School Board, Inc.To complete a drinking water system replacement and upgrade. Pine Hill, Cibola County, New Mexico$10,160
City of Gallup To construct wells for the City of Gallup. Gallup$10,667
City of Española To construct a supplemental water supply well.City of Española $1,500

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