Alamosa in Southwest Albuquerque is on Route 66
Any neighborhood on the historic U.S. Route 66 has a little piece of history. Not many people can say an iconic highway runs right through their community. But unlike the hustle and bustle of the past, now Alamosa is a residential area in a great location. It’s close to the ABQ BioParks that are just on the other side of the Rio Grande, and it’s only a few miles away from Petroglyph National Monument too.
Best Restaurants in Alamosa Albuquerque
If you’re looking for authentic Mexican food, look no further than El Bronco. El Bronco has incredible street tacos, especially their Tacos al Pastor. Word on the street is they have one of the only “trompos” in town—you know, that amazing tower of meat that gets shaved down with each use. Guests also like their Menudo and friendly service.
Alamosa also has a Wendy’s and a Sonic if you need a quick meal on the go. Who doesn’t love grabbing a huge limeade from Sonic on a hot day?
Schools and Community Center in Alamosa
Alamosa is also home to several schools, as well as the Ted M. Gallegos Community Center. The public elementary school in the area is Alamosa Elementary School. There is also a charter school in Alamosa called Nuestros Valores Charter School, or Mark Armijo Academy. This small, public charter secondary school stands by its slogan of “Quality. Relevance. Success.”
The Ted M. Gallegos Community Center offers Alamosa community members a place to be active and participate in community programming. They have youth and adult programming, pickleball courts, a gymnasium, an outdoor amphitheater, and more.
Driving Directions from the Ted M. Gallegos Community Center to Bosque Heating, Cooling & Plumbing
Drive 8.5 miles, 14 min
Ted M. Gallegos Community Center to Bosque Heating Cooling and Plumbing
Ted M. Gallegos Community Center
6900 Gonzales Rd SW # C, Albuquerque, NM 87121
Get on I-40 E from Coors Blvd SW
7 min (2.8 mi)
Head west on Airport Dr SW
Turn left onto Gonzales Rd SW
Turn right at the 1st cross street onto Coors Blvd SW
Pass by Taco Bell (on the right in 2.0 mi)
Use the right lane to turn slightly right to merge onto I-40 E
Continue on I-40 E to Pan American Frontage Rd N. Take exit 227 from I-25 N
5 min (5.4 mi)
Merge onto I-40 E
Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 159B-159C to merge onto I-25 N toward Santa Fe
Take exit 227 toward Comanche Rd/Griegos Rd
Continue on Pan American Frontage Rd N to your destination
2 min (0.3 mi)
Merge onto Pan American Frontage Rd N
Destination will be on the left
Bosque Heating Cooling and Plumbing
3530 Pan American Fwy NE suite a, Albuquerque, NM 87107
How will I know if it’s cost-effective to switch to AC from my swamp cooler?
Unlike some of our competitors in Albuquerque HVAC, we don’t have salespeople come to your home or business to do an estimate. We send our trained technicians (the same people who will actually do the install) who know exactly what to look for when it comes to duct size, the layout of the home or business, current electric panel, and cost per square foot so we can determine the right move for you.
Why choose Bosque Heating and Cooling to do your Albuquerque air conditioning install?
We’ve been working in the region for 55 years and we care about finding innovative solutions for each customer. We know what works in Rio Rancho doesn’t necessarily work in Taylor Ranch. And what works in Taylor Ranch might not work in Alamosa. We know and care about this community and we care about finding you the most cost-effective solution for your situation.