Online Resident Services
Use this form to file a complaint about a barking dog or other noisy animal.
Submit your reservation request for a student field trip or adult group tour.
Report concerns about cable television service.
Contact your City Councilor
The Albuquerque Police Department is now making local up-to-date crime data available to the public through CrimeMapping.com. Crime statistics throughout the Albuquerque area may be obtained by visiting the links below.
These are generated from crime data provided by the Albuquerque Police Department.
See flight departure information for the Albuquerque Sunport.
Zoning and housing code enforcement complaint.
File an Employment, Housing or Accommodation-ADA Discrimination Complaint to the City of Albuquerque.
The City of Albuquerque has developed and passed an ordinance that puts in place a comprehensive anti-gang strategy for Albuquerque.
Government Television - View government meetings online.
Register your green vehicle for qualified free parking in the City of Albuquerque.
If you know a City of Albuquerque employee who has performed outstanding work, tell us.
For information on Home Rehabilitation.
Browse public art in Albuquerque.
Connect with the KiMo Theatre online!
The Albuquerque Police Department uses LeadsOnline as a method of tracking and recovering stolen property sold to businesses (pawn shops, metal recyclers, second hand stores, etc) throughout the city.
Your comments on the MS4 permit are welcome. The authority will review your submission and take action accordingly.
See the current traffic, weather and road advisories in New Mexico.
File a police report in Albuquerque. Using this online citizen police report system allows you to submit a report immediately and print a copy of the police report for free. You can use online citizen reporting for the following crimes: Lost Property, Vandalism, Vandalism of a Vehicle, Theft / Larceny, Auto Burglary, Telephone Harassment
Praise an APD police officer or employee for good work.
The City of Albuquerque Environmental Health Department wants to ensure that your dining experience is enjoyable. However, if that experience is less than acceptable, the Environmental Health Department would like to know about it.
Storm drains and arroyos are for transporting rain water from the city streets to the river. Dumping any pollutants to storm drains and arroyos is illegal and a violation of the Clean Water Act.
The city of Albuquerque Environmental Health Department wants to ensure that your dining, lodging and recreational experience is enjoyable. However, if that experience is less than acceptable, the Environmental Health Department would like to know about it.
Use this form to report a smoking motor vehicle.
The City of Albuquerque's decision to post sex offenders on this website is based on the fact that the sex offender was convicted of a sex offense in the past.
Use this form to notify the City of a pothole or other street failure.
Groups of up to 30 people can request to use Albuquerque's public swimming pools.
thriveABQ.com is an easy-to-use, searchable database of all registered businesses in Albuquerque.