Academy North Neighborhood Association

The 143 Town Homes in the Academy North Subdivision were designed by well-known Albuquerque architect Roger Smith, in 1983. Originally a community of rental homes, the houses were offered for sale around 1992.

All the homes have an open concept / mid-century feel; some floor plans have enclosed courtyards; all have fireplaces and two car garages.

Academy North with its Neighborhood Association is a jewel in the Albuquerque North East heights / Cherry Hills neighborhood.

The general annual meeting is usually held in March.

ANNA was instrumental in urging the city to build the Cherry Hills branch of the Albuquerque Public Library.

ANNA board consists of four officers. Committees consist of a chairperson and the number of committee members the chair needs for assistance.

  • Established: April 1992. Approved by the City of Albuquerque Office of Neighborhood Coordination.  We are also members of the Coalition of Neighborhood Associations District 4 Albuquerque.
  • Membership: Open to anyone living within the boundaries of Barstow to the west, service road north of Racheleigh to the north, Leslynne to the east, and the service road south of Parrot Run to the south. This is to include all residents owners or renters. Dues are $50.00 yearly. Dues include care of the wall and area landscaped on Barstow and the entrances to Academy North, funding for all committees and related programs.
  • Purpose: To maintain the integrity of the neighborhood. To work with the city to keep residents aware of all issues affecting them so that they may make decisions concerning changes in and around the surrounding area. To promote safety, security, welfare, neighborly and friendly values. To promote care of all residences in order to protect the property values of Academy North.