High Carbon Monoxide Levels Close Las Cruces Senior Center For A Second Time

Jan 7, 2013

The City of Las Cruces’ Munson Center is closed today due to the discovery of carbon monoxide (CO) inside the building located at 975 S. Mesquite St.  This is the second time the center has been closed due to high CO levels in recent months.  The center was also closed on December 7, 2012, due to the same problem.

Monday, the CO was discovered prior to opening and the building was immediately closed to the public.

HVAC technicians with the City’s facilities department were on scene investigating the source of the gas.

Dial-a-Ride patrons who normally dine at the center will be transported to the Eastside Center, 310 N. Tornillo St.

Patrons who drive themselves will be served at either the Benavidez Center, 1045 McClure Rd. or the Eastside Center.