The City of Albuquerque Planning Department provides a full range of services from processing building permits to developing long range, regional plans and policies. The department also houses several boards and commissions including, but not limited to, the Development Review Board, Environmental Planning Commission and the Zoning Hearing Examiner.
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- Office of Neighborhood Coordination: Effective Monday, April 3, 2017, the Office of Neighborhood Coordination (ONC) will be housed with the Council Services Department. They will still offer the same services and more as their team grows in their new Department. Until then, ONC will still be accessible via the Planning Department. Stay tuned for more details as they become available.
ABC-Z Project Updates
ABC Comprehensive Plan Goes to City Council: The proposed update the City/County Comprehensive Plan is going back to City Council. Attend this hearing to have your say regarding the vision that will guide the future growth and development of our City. Monday, March 6, 2017 at 5 p.m. in City Council Chambers. For details on the hearing, proposed update or comment deadlines, visit: abc-zone.com
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Events & Workshops
Join us for a meeting of the Development Review Board.
Join the ABC-Z Project team as they present the proposed update to the ABC Comprehensive Plan at City Council.
Join the ABC-Z Project team as the Integrated Development Ordinance draft goes before the Environmental Planning Commission.