Construction activity to install new informational kiosks and fencing along the open space trail that surrounds UNM’s North Golf Course, is scheduled to begin in early May.

Here’s what you need to know:  

Project Details  
Beginning on Monday, May 2, Westwind Landscape Construction is planning to begin preliminary work to install new fencing and informational kiosks along the open space trail on the perimeter of the UNM North Golf Course.

The project will consist of adding either split rail fencing (3 wood rails) or chain link fencing to locations shown on the attached site plan below.

Additionally, three information kiosks will be installed, which will include historical information, golfing rules and regulations, and a side for neighborhood postings. The exact locations for the kiosks are To Be Determined (TBD) but will be in the vicinity of where they are shown on the attached site plan.

The project work will start at the northernmost point at Indian School and continue in a clockwise direction until completed.

UNM NGC Perimeter Improvements

This project is expected to begin Monday, May 2 and run through Monday, June 27. Note: Project timeframe is subject to change should adverse weather conditions occur or should specialty materials supply chain delays arise.  

Impact to Trail Users   

  • Construction work will take place along the course side of the open space trail.
  • Please note that there may be construction noise and equipment along the course side of the trail, but the trail will remain accessible for use throughout the duration of this project.
  • As always, please be mindful of workers while in the area.   

Have questions or concerns?


  • Enforcement issues and illegal activities – UNM Campus Police, 505-277-2241
  • Golf Course concerns or damage – UNM Golf Course Management, 505-277-4146
  • Open Space Trail concerns or damage – Bernalillo County Open Space Land Management, 505-314-0356
  • Construction concerns – Gregory Skinner, Project Manager UNM PDC, 505-270-7298
  • Animal welfare concerns – Bernalillo County Animal Welfare, 505-468-7387