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Properties for Sale by TRLA


The TRLA board is authorizing the following properties for sale to Timberlake Landowners only. There are currently no properties available for sale in this category.

The following properties are available to everyone to bid

Cottonwood Dr - Unit 5 Block 10 Lot 22 on Cottonwood Drive - Timberlake Ranch - McKinley County

Cibola Unit 2 Block 4 Lot 4


If interested, please contact Steve Wills at 505-783-2457 for information on the Cottonwood Dr property.

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TRLA NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH GROUP MEETING

WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 2018

6 P.M. – TRLA RANCH HOUSE

Please join us on the evening of July 18th to talk about any current concerns you have with our Neighborhood Watch Group.  Deputies from both McKinley and Cibola Counties have been invited, so if you missed meeting them at the Annual Meeting, this will be your chance to get acquainted with them.  Our good relationship with our local law enforcement agencies has continued to grow over the past several years.

Julie Farrell from our local Volunteer Fire Department will also be in attendance to provide us with current fire restriction information, etc.  PLEASE BE AWARE AND REPORT SMOKE, ETC. ASAP since we are in horrible drought conditions right now.

Volunteers for the Watch Group and the Volunteer Fire Department are always needed.  Contact either Mary Jo Wallen at 783-4207 or 505-269-5022, or Nancy Wills at 783-2457 if you’d like to help with the Watch Group.  Please contact Julie Farrell at 783-2423 or Andy Wilson at 783-4704 if you’d like information about being a Volunteer for the Fire Dept.

Although there have not been any reports of vandalism this year, we continue to have reports of suspicious persons and/or vehicles in our neighborhood.  It is very important to get a license plate number and description of the vehicle/persons in question.  In any emergency, call 911 first.  Tell Dispatch that you are in District 55 in Timberlake.  Since personnel are not available at our Fire Departments all the time, it is best if you call Andy Wilson at 783-4704 or Julie Farrell at 783-2423 (June thru mid-October) when you need assistance.  If you have a Non-Emergency 911 call, please use 505-722-2002.

A very disturbing incident occurred on the evening of June 18th around Timberlake Road and Aspen.  A white car driving out of Timberlake hit a deer and did not stop.  Fortunately, a neighbor saw the incident (although it was dark) and reported to us.  PLEASE DRIVE SLOWLY TO PROTECT YOURSELF AS WELL AS OUR LOVELY DEER AND OTHER WILDLIFE IN THE AREA.  It took over an hour for the incident to be reported (Game & Fish rep was out of town), so it was determined that we needed our Volunteer Fire Dept. to euthanize the deer.  Our Game & Fish Rep is Storm Usrey and his number is 505-795-1935.  If he is not available, we can call the State Police Dispatch Dept. at 505-841-9224 for assistance.  Another option that we learned about a few days after the incident is that if you call Leyton Cougar, Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary, he can contact Game & Fish and have the animal picked up for use at the Wolf Sanctuary.  Leyton’s phone number is 505-775-3304.  Meat can be used up to 5 hours after an animal is killed on the highway.  The Wolf Sanctuary only answers their phone between 10:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.  

See you all on the 18th.




Just a heads up to everyone in Timberlake Ranch and surrounding areas.
We are now in a VERY HIGH FIRE DANGER RANGE!!!
Please be extremely cautious. 
For those of you who have not been here this winter we have only had approximately 6" of snow so far this season and no rain.

We are extremely dry!!!

So please be careful!.


Any bear or mountain lion sightings please report to a Board member.


NO BURN FIRE RESTRICTION IN EFFECT!

LANDOWNERS: PLEASE DO NOT burn tree debris on your property, take the debris to the burn pile at the Ranch House.


We have keys!!!Keys, many and they actually work. Just wanted to share. Forms are on the website. Call Steve Wills 505-783-2457


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Latest edition of the Timberlake Newsletter


New posting on Criminal Trespass posted August 2016 (from page 33 of the NM Hunting Rules & Info Pamphlet for 2016-2017)


Newly updated and more inclusive information on:
Emergency Evacuation & Neighborhood Watch topics

Please be diligent with your projects, your surroundings and your environment.  

Remember: be safe and if you "See Something say Something"


If you see smoke call 911 and report its location.


Book Room is opening on Tuesday, April 17th, for the 2018 season from 1-4 at the Ranch House Community Center

The history of Timberlake Ranch

The New Equipment Building (7/10/2017)

Restoration and Renovation of the Ranch House  (5/16/2017)

The Rest of the Story

Thinking About Building?

Zuni Transfer Station update

Gallup Recyclng - how to…

Cibola County CodeRed Emergency Notification Service

Current Fiscal year 2018-2019

TRLA Board Meeting Schedule

@TCC Ranch House 10:00 AM

(3RD Saturday of every month except where noted *)

*June 30, 2018

July  21, 2018

*August 19, 2018-Sunday, as Fly In is on Saturday August 18

September 15, 2018

October 20, 2018

No Board meetings in: November, December and January

February 16, 2019

March 16,2019

April 20, 2019

May 25, 2019 –Annual Meeting


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