Small Community. Big Possibilities.

Our roots run deep and we cultivate our businesses with care. Historically an agricultural-based community established in 1716 and incorporated in 1928, Los Lunas has rapidly grown into an economic powerhouse in Valencia County. Comprised of over 1300 businesses our largest employers are the Los Lunas Facebook Data Center, Walmart Distribution Center, AMSCAN Custom Injection Molding LLC, Wall Colmonoy, Niagara Bottling, and Fresenius Medical Care amongst other businesses across various industries.

Our unique competitive advantages are not going unnoticed and as a result Los Lunas continues to attract recognized companies across various industries that need room to expand.

Business-friendly Climate

  • Fast 2-4-week maximum approval process for commercial and residential plans as well as building permits

  • Strategically located commercial space and abundant industrial space ready for development.

  • A supportive business community ecosystem that includes a proactive and collaborative local government.

  • Competitive incentives and tax credits which can be augmented by our Local Economic Development Act

Easy Transportation Access

  • 20 minutes from downtown Albuquerque

  • 15 minutes from the International Sunport

  • Right off the I-25 Interstate

  • Direct connection to the I-40 Interstate that bypasses Albuquerque’s busy metro traffic

  • Direct access to Rail

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Talented Workforce & Available Training

  • 915,927 young and growing regional labor force (Albuquerque MSA 2018)

  • Stellar education and industry specific training offered through our UNM Valencia County Workforce Training Center (Spring 2022) in addition to our regional major university systems, and community colleges.

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Affordable Housing

  • $202,000 is the median sales price for a detached single-family home.

  • As of February 2021, there are 5 housing subdivisions currently under construction.

  • Among the lowest property taxes in the nation.

Sunny and Temperate Climate

  • ~340 days of sunshine and low humidity.

  • Perfect starting point for outdoor recreation and cultural activities across the state like hiking, fishing, golfing, skiing, mountain climbing, horseback riding.

Economic Development Sectors

Los Lunas is proactively recruiting seven targeted economic development sectors.  Our goal is to develop clusters that align with community assets and generate high paying, economic base jobs.

Logistics, Transportation & Distribution

Logistics, Transportation & Distribution

Light Manufacturing

Light Manufacturing

Los Lunas has an existing base of light manufactures, along with available resources, capacity, land, transportation, logistics, and workforce training. Ordinance 400 offers local incentives to manufacturing.

Data Center & IT Infrastructure

Data Center & IT Infrastructure

Renewable Energy

Renewable Energy

Retail

Retail

Los Lunas has built a thriving retail sector. With an average daily traffic count on NM 6 (Main Street) of 25,000 vehicles, the Village is the perfect location for all types of businesses seeking high visibility.

Digital Media

Digital Media

New Mexico is now one of the top movie and television production centers in the country, with the state making digital media development and education a top priority on campuses such as the UNM Valencia Campus.

Value-Added Agriculture

Value-Added Agriculture

New Mexico is a leading state in agriculture, and Los Lunas has a long agricultural history, including dairy, beef cattle, pecans, hay, sheep, and chile, all of which we continue to develop and support.

  • Situated on Interstate 25, the major north/south freeway artery in New Mexico connecting you from our NM International Port of Entry with Mexico to Wyoming.

  • Average daily northbound traffic is 30,500 vehicles.

  • Average daily southbound traffic is 10,000 vehicles.

  • Highway 6 passes east/west through our community and connects with Interstate 40, (taking you west to California bypassing the Albuquerque metro traffic or East all the way to North Carolina) with average daily traffic of 24,475 vehicles.