Founded by Spanish settlers in the mid-17th Century, the Village of Los Lunas boasts a strong tri-cultural heritage that is felt even today. It was part of a land grant in 1716 that was claimed by Antonio Jose Luna. Luna was a shepherd and eventually became an influential political leader of the village.
Los Lunas is located just 20 minutes south of Albuquerque and is home to 10,000 people. Those who live here know the Village of Los Lunas is an area with opportunities; an area perfectly suited for any home or business; an area where neighbors know neighbors. It is one of the fastest growing communities in the state and is more ready than some to deal with it. With a 20-year master plan in place, city planners are preparing for a healthy, but controlled, influx of new business as economic growth in Los Lunas continues its steady rise.