Welcome to Oso Grande Neighborhood Association

extra 004The Oso Grande Neighborhood Association (OGNA) exists

in order to build a sense of community among neighbors,

to address particular issues that are specific to the neighborhood, to provide Oso Grande residents with an effective

communication link with government officials, and to

 empower residents to work together in improving our neighborhood.

A neighborhood association is not like a homeowner’s association.  OGNA is not an organization that can or wants to enforce any rules; it is simply a group of Oso Grande residents who care to volunteer a little free time to make and keep Oso Grande nice.  It’s also a group of people who want to better know and help out their neighbors.

Our major activities include:  OGNA Meetings, Park and Natural Space Clean-up Days, and Crime Watch Groups.

Attention: Oso Grande Area Zoning Issue
The City of Albuquerque adopted a new set of city zoning districts effective as of May 17, 2018 via the Integrated Development Ordinance (IDO). It is important to you as a property owner or resident to know that all Oso Grande neighborhood property zoning was involuntarily converted to R-T (Residential-Townhouse) by the City of Albuquerque from SU-1 (Special Use) as of May, 2018. This impacts all residential properties bounded by Spain, Juan Tabo, Osuna and Morris (excluding Amberglen and Casa Pacificica properties). Currently all our homes are single family dwelling units, however the R-T zone allows more than one residential home per lot. If as a property owner, you want to convert your property’s zoning back to only single family to protect your property’s use, the City is allowing each property owner to apply for a voluntary zone conversion without cost, but the deadline to apply is May 17, 2019. To initiate this process you should visit, www.abc-zone.com, Follow-Up Zone Conversions paragraph, and click on ‘Property Owner Form’ to download and complete the ‘Property Owners Request and Agreement Form’ for each property you may own. The www.abc-zone.com website is informative about the city zone changes and provides zoning maps for research. Please share this information with any other Oso Grande residents as not all residents are members of www.Nextdoor.com or the Oso Grande Neighborhood Association. For further information, please contact the City Planning Department about the Agreement Form, or the Oso Grande Neighborhood Association, Zoning Committee, at www.osograndena.org. EWS: