Welcome To The Tanoan Community East Association
The Tanoan Community East Association is one of the premier residential communities in Albuquerque, New Mexico. We are located in Albuquerque’s far northeast heights north of Academy Road and east of Eubank Boulevard. Our community consists of 601 homes in seven individual neighborhoods built around the Tanoan Country Club and golf course. While the Tanoan Country Club is an entirely separate entity from our homeowners association, our residents enjoy the benefits of having the open spaces and beautiful views of this fine golfing facility within our midst.
Tanoan Community East Association is a separate entity from the Tanoan Community Association (the homeowners association to the west of Eubank) and from the Tanoan Country Club. If you need information about either of these other organizations, please consult their website. Tanoan Community East consists of the homes east of Eubank.
Tanoan East is a private homeowners association with controlled access. Its covenants and restrictions are designed to maintain the high quality of life and the high real estate values our homeowners have come to expect.
This website is designed to provide up-to-date information and reference material regarding the homeowners association. You can access governing documents, download forms, and obtain contact information regarding the Association’s management. Current and archived newsletters are also available on this website.
Message from the President
This is the first newsletter of 2016 and as the year starts our TCE HOA community remains in very good shape. In this newsletter, I want to discuss several subjects.
The forecast of an unusually wet winter has so far been correct. Having a contract in place for removal of a heavy snow fall has proven prudent. So far we used this contract twice to have our streets plowed. Hopefully, this has minimized driving problems for our residents. We will continue to have our streets plowed, as necessary, for the remainder of the winter.
We are looking into upgrading our security camera system at our main gate. Our current system is at least 20 years old and difficult to use and maintain. We upgraded our camera system at the Lowell gate 5 years ago and it is working very well. We plan on using that system as a model for our main gate system. Our gate cameras are used to record all cars that enter our community.
Following our systematic pavement maintenance program, to extend the life of our roads, it is time to crack seal our streets again in February. Crack sealing will minimize water intrusion. Large cracks will be cut out and filled with fresh asphalt. This work must be scheduled during the coldest part of the year, when the cracks are the widest and best able to accept the fill material. Residents will be specifically notified when their street is scheduled to be sealed.
Respectively, Don Mullen