Keep up to date on meetings and misc. info, Bookmark the Notices Web Page.......... Follow us on Twitter Click Here  ......

Move your curser over the scrolling banner to Stop it from scrolling.


Information on West Meadowlark Improvements

Click Here


Wastewater Application......Click Here

Frequently Asked Q& A's.......Click Here

Sequence of Events...Click Here

Ordinance 14-09 Approved 8/26/14.......Click Here

Resolution 15-08 Revised Wastewater Rates Approved 2/10/15.....Click Here

Resolution for Wastewater Utility Rates..Approved 8/26/14.....Click Here

Installation Specs .......Click Here

Wastewater Pump Assembly examples....Click Here

Step Connection Cost Ananlysis......Click Here

Phase 1 Business Core Wastewater Collection System Record Drawings..... Click Here

Phase 2 and 3 Business Core Wastewater Transmission System Record Drawings.... Click Here


Village of Corrales New Mexixcio

The Village of Corrales is a small, treasured oasis located within a large, fast-growing metropolitan area. The Village is bordered on the east by the Rio Grande and, across the river, by the Sandia Indian Reservation. To the south is the City of Albuquerque while to the west and north is the City of Rio Rancho. The greater metropolitan area numbers well over a half million people, but Corrales, about 7300 in population, aggressively strives to retain a rural lifestyle. Prehistoric sites indicate the Corrales Valley has been occupied as early as 500 A.D. when the ancestors of the present-day Indian Pueblos derived sustenance from the fertile valley. Subsequent populations, including Hispanic, European and American families, settled here to raise grapes, apples, and livestock. Today, Corrales is distinguished by its broad green pastures and orchards, its rich historic and artistic character, and of course the sounds and scents of roosters, cows, horses and sheep. To cross the borders into Corrales is to step into another time and place where the stresses of twenty-first century life give way to the grace and pace of another era.

The Village was incorporated September 17, 1971. However, the southern portion of the incorporated area was still located in Bernalillo County. As of January 1, 2005, all of the incorporated area is located in Sandoval County. There is still a part of the adjoining areas (Skyview Acres) that uses Corrales as their address, but they are not part of the incorporated area, nor are they part of Albuquerque or Sandoval County.

In 2000, employment in the Village was approximately 1,000. Nearly 30 percent of the employment is in the services sector. About 200 jobs, 20 percent, were in the retail sector. Corrales has a number of shops and fine restaurants that draw clients from throughout the metropolitan area.

A mayor and six councilors are elected for four-year staggered terms. The Village approved increasing the number of Councilors to six and for the Village to create 6 Municipal Districts. On August 19, 2008 a Special Election was held to elect two new councilors. County Precinct boundaries (for national, state and county elections) have stayed the same, new Municipal District boundaries have been created for Municipal Elections. Check the new Municipal District map to verify what district you will be voting in.

The Municipal Election for 2014 will have a Mayor and Councilor District 1, 3, and 4 on the ballot.

Waste water: Individual on-site systems
Source of water: Private wells ground water

The History of Agriculture in the Corrales Valley.


Corrales Map
This map was developed with assistance from the Village of Corrales Planning Department, Fire Department, Police Department and Public Works Department. Feature locations are approximate. Private roads within the Village limits are shown with no gray shading.


VOTE 2016
Voters may lookup their own voter registration information using VoterView.  VoterView record contains helpful information; polling
place and the district races a registrant may vote in.

To access VoterView, click here:

VoterView is provided by the New Mexico Secretary of State, if the page does not load please contact the Secretary of State website webmaster.


Want to be on a volunteer committee, or commission? Download the application and submit it to the Village Office.


CodeRED® Residential Data Collection

The Residential Update link allows residents to supply their own information. Please take a moment to fill in the appropriate information to be notified by your local emergency response team in the event of emergency situations or critical community alerts. Examples include: evacuation notices, bio-terrorism alerts, boil water notices, and missing child reports.
Code Red Click me

4324 Corrales Road, Corrales, New Mexico
phone: 505-897-0502 fax: 505-897-7217

If you find an error, bad link, or missing file please contact the Village Clerk by email with the specific problem and specific web page. Thank you for your patience.

© Copyright 2009, Village of Corrales, NM.  All rights reserved