Tierra Grande Improvement Association, Inc.

Our Mission

It is the Mission of the Tierra Grande Association and its Board of Directors to:

  • Protect the Integrity and Secure the Future of Tierra Grande by:
    • Monitoring compliance with and enforcing the Protective Covenants
    • Adopting and publishing rules and regulations governing the use of Tierra Grande property
    • Establishing assessments and collecting annual charges and all other charges referred to in the Indentures / Covenants
    • Preserving the Open Space

The Board of Directors constantly strives to build an environment of trust, and open communication with the members of Tierra Grande.

Our Efforts

TGIA Efforts on Landowners Behalf:

  • Built a Fire Station
  • Extended Power/Phone Lines
  • Installed Fencing
  • Improved Roads/Culverts
  • Installed Signs/Archways
  • Protect Property Values
  • Protect the Open Space Property
  • Work with County Officials to resolve community/property issues
  • Enforce the Mission of the Tierra Grande Association
TGIA Landowners

Land Conservancy

Tierra Grande and you, the member, own over 14,000 acres of pristine Open Space (mountain property) including Black Butte.  These lands are being conserved for your use, which does NOT include hunting or trapping. Much of that acreage borders on the majestic Manzano Mountains part of the Cibola National Forest. The Manzanos provide beautiful trails and canyons for exploring, horseback riding, hiking and backpacking. The link to our Open Space Brochure and to our Off Highway Vehicle Policy provides you with the general use guidelines, activities allowed, and a map to the various access points to Open Space.

Contact Tierra Grande at info@tierragrande.org

Reporting Consumer Fraud and Land Sales Scams

To all Tierra Grande Members – If you receive a call from someone who tells you that they can sell / buy your land for an unbelievable amount of money, or will list your land for sale and guarantee you a lot of money if you give them your credit card number or pay them some money, it could be a scam. If you suspect it is a scam, please report them to the following organization:

Fraud: www.fraud.org