While the greater metropolitan area numbers well over a half million people, Corrales, about 9,000 in population, aggressively strives to retain a rural lifestyle.
Prehistoric sites indicate the Corrales Valley was occupied as early as 500 A. D. when ancestors of the present day pueblo Indians inhabited the area. Subsequent populations, including Hispanic, European and American families, settled here to raise grapes, apples, and livestock. That tradition continues today with our wineries, many farms growing a vast array of fruits and vegetables available at our Growers Market and a wide variety of livestock living in the Village.
peculiar case in Corrales unfolds as 11 queen bees vanish, sparking suspicions and a possible motive of revenge. A mysterious man in a black sedan becomes a suspect, prompting an investigation by the Corrales Police Department.
Veterans Day lasts just one day. But veterans of all stripes are still being honored by the Village of Corrales through the end of the month. Assistant Village Clerk Skye Devivi put together a veterans photo display on the lobby walls of the Village administration offices, 4324 Corrales Road, inviting Corralenos – and anyone else…