Moriarty Community Information


Families living in Moriarty will be pleased to know that their children?s education will be served by the Moriarty school system. This school system, which is comprised of one high school, one middle school and four elementary schools, strives to prepare all of its students to excel and prepare them to become future leaders in their community. Some students also attend schools in the Albuquerque school system, or in a number of the private and parochial schools available throughout the area.

For adult learners and high school graduates ready to make the jump into a collegiate learning environment, Albuquerque is home to many prestigious higher learning institutions, such as the University of New Mexico, the Art Center Design College, National American University, College of Santa Fe-Albuquerque, and the University of Phoenix, to name a few.

Economy & Job Market

Many major manufacturing companies are headquartered in Albuquerque, making the economy and labor force strong and viable for those living in Moriarty. Companies such as General Mills, Intel and TempurPedic are housed in Albuquerque, and many residents also work at the Kirtland Air Force Base.

Attractions and Points of Interest

Moriarty offers a range of events throughout the year to keep residents occupied. Festivals such as the Old Fashioned Fourth of July Parade, Old Timers? Day Festivities, Torrance County Fair, Salt Missions Trail Cycle Tour, Land of Enchantment Fly-In, and the well renowned Pinto Bean Fiesta (with the crowning of the Pinto Bean Queen) bring the community together for fun and lots of food!

Local attractions in Moriarty include the local rodeo grounds, the Oil Can House, Moriarty Historical Museum off Old Route 66, the Salt Missions Trail, and the Arts Corridor Statues in Crossly Park.

Parks & Recreation

Once you hop onto Interstate 40 you can head toward the happening city of Albuquerque, but not without passing Cibola National Forest. This National Forest features a diverse collection of environmental biomes, juniper and ponderosa trees, and desert and prairie landscapes. Four National Grasslands are located in this forest, stretching from the northwestern portion of New Mexico and into Texas and the western part of Oklahoma.

In addition to camping, backpacking, or exploring one of the many trails available here, visitors can observe the wildlife that calls this forest home. The pronghorn antelope and prairie dog, bears, mountain lions, and the wild turkey are just a few of the inhabitants that live here. Other unique activities include panning for gold, treasure hunting, and fossil collecting. Individual recreational sites are also available for visitors.

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