Montoya Heights neighborhood was once a part of the county of El Paso. But, as the city expanded, it was eventually annexed. In 1999, members of the community formed the Montoya Heights Community Improvement Association in order to address neighborhood issues such as poor drainage, dilapidated streets, and the lack of water, sewer and gas services. Their efforts eventually paid off. The 3.12-acre Montoya Heights Park was built, roads were repaved and homes received sewer connections. For fun, visit Adventure Zone and play a round of mini-golf, race go-karts or just relax and enjoy some tacos. Parallel to the Montoya Heights neighborhood is a water way that allows the residents of Montoya to enjoy many water related activities. Montoya Heights is served by both private and public schools and public transportation is accessible.