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Boards & Commissions

Information about City of Albuquerque Boards and Commissions.

Listing: City Boards & Commissions


ABQ Volunteers Advisory Board

The ABQ Volunteers Advisory Board will advise and support ABQ Volunteers activities, as defined by its mission statement. The Board will provide non-binding recommendations to ABQ Volunteers regarding its ongoing and potential activities.

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Vacancies

The ABQ Volunteers Advisory Board is currently seeking three new members.

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Accountability in Government Oversight Committee

One of the primary functions of the AGO Committee is to approve all audit and investigation reports. The AGO Committee also conducts the applicant search and makes a recommendation to the City Council on the selection of the OIA Director.

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  • Office of Internal Audit
  • Joy Serna
  • (505) 768-3154

Vacancies

There are no vacancies on this board at this time.


Affordable Housing Committee

The primary responsibility of the Affordable Housing Committee shall be to advise the City on policies and activities related to affordable housing.

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  • Family & Community Services
  • Rick Giron
  • (505) 768-2968

Vacancies

The Affordable Housing Committee is currently seeking two new members. One is for a representative from the housing building industry and the other is for a senior citizen advocate.

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Airport Advisory Board

The purpose of the Board is to make recommendations to the Director of Aviation, the Mayor, the City Council and other governmental offices of the city intended to foster useful air service centers for the state and people of New Mexico. The board also advises the Director of Aviation in adopting rules and regulations for the management, operation and control of the Albuquerque International Sunport and Double Eagle II Airport.

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There are no vacancies on this board at this time.


Albuquerque-Bernalillo County Air Quality Control Board (AQCB)

The AQCB performs specific functions to implement the federal Clean Air Act and the New Mexico Air Quality Control Act, including adopting regulations and air quality standards, and hearing air permitting appeals.

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There is one vacancy on this board at this time.

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Albuquerque/Bernalillo County Census 2020 Complete Count Committee

To promote a 2020 census awareness campaign with the goal of ensuring that every resident in Bernalillo County and Albuquerque is counted, providing instructions for an action plan, and making an appropriation.

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Vacancies

There are no vacancies on this board at this time.


Albuquerque Development Commission

In conjunction with the Metropolitan Redevelopment Agency, the Albuquerque Development Commission has the authority to approve the sale of land within a designated Metropolitan Redevelopment Area that is covered by a redevelopment plan.

The Albuquerque Development Commission also serves as an advisory body to the City Council for approval of project plans and inducement resolutions for private purpose bonds. They also review economic development strategies submitted by the Office of Economic Development that affect the public benefit.

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There are no vacancies on this board at this time.


Albuquerque Energy Council (Albuquerque Conservation Council)

Champions of Albuquerque's quality of life, promoting cost effective, innovative resource management, energy education and community involvement.

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  • Municipal Development Department
  • Saif Ismael & Tony Gurule
  • (505) 768-5391

Vacancies

There are no vacancies on this board at this time.


Albuquerque Housing Authority

Creating panel, establishing a board of housing commissioners to govern the Albuquerque Housing Authority, adopting policy of delegating certain powers to board to conform to state statutory requirements, changing the name of Albuquerque Housing Services (AHS) Division to Albuquerque Housing Authority (AHA), repeal of R-1975-193.

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There are no vacancies on this board at this time.


Albuquerque Museum Board of Trustees

The Albuquerque Museum Board of Trustees is an advisory board whose primary mission is to provide advice to, and advocacy for, the Museum.

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Vacancies

There are no vacancies on this board at this time.


Americans With Disabilities Act Advisory Council (Joint Advisory Commission on Persons with Disabilities)

The mission of the ADA Advisory Council is to support the civil rights of, and full integration into, Albuquerque community life for all people with disabilities.

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Vacancies

The ADA Advisory Council is currently seeking one new member for an individual with a disability.

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Arts Board

The central objective of the Board is "to promote and encourage private and public programs to further the development and public awareness of, and interest in, the visual arts and fine crafts and cultural properties."

The central responsibility of each member is to serve as Board liaison to Artwork Planning Committees. The full Board makes selection recommendations to the Mayor.

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Vacancies

The Arts Board is currently seeking one new member for a representative from Council District 3.

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Balloon Fiesta Park Commission

The purpose of the Balloon Fiesta Park Commission is to provide advice and recommendations concerning the operations, management, and development of the Balloon Fiesta Park. The Commission provides a voice for the public and stakeholders in the management of the Park.

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Vacancies

There are two vacancies on this board at this time. One is for a representative from Alameda North Valley Association and the other is for the Anderson-Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum.

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Balloon Museum Board Of Trustees (Anderson/Abruzzo International Museum Board of Trustees)

The Anderson Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum Board of Trustees is a public advisory board whose primary purpose is to provide advice and recommendations to the museum for policies, plans, programs, mission, and budget.

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Vacancies

This board is currently seeking one new member who is a representative of the NM Office of Cultural Affairs.

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Biological Park Board

The Albuquerque Biological Park Advisory Board, is established for the following purposes: (A) To support the development and operation of the Albuquerque Biological Park (ABQ BioPark), which includes four primary facilities, being, Tingley Beach, the ABQ BioPark Aquarium, the ABQ BioPark Botanic Garden, and the ABQ BioPark Zoo. (B)To serve as a focal point for community input and discussion regarding the needs and development of the ABQ BioPark. (C)To encourage usage and maintain ongoing community support activities of the facility.

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Vacancies

This board is currently seeking two new members to represent the Aquarium.

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Board of Ethics

The Board of Ethics and Campaign Practices was created by Charter Article XII, the Code of Ethics. The Board of Ethics is a board of limited jurisdiction for election-related matters and violations of the Code of Ethics. The Board may conduct investigations regarding possible violations of the Election Code, the Open and Ethical Elections Code and the Code of Ethics. The Board also may issue advisory opinions at the request of City Officials and Candidates. The Office of the City Clerk retains all Board opinions as permanent records.

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Vacancies

The Board of Ethics is currently seeking two new members, a city council appointee, and one board-elected president.

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Cable Franchise & Hearing Board

The City of Albuquerque maintains a Cable Franchise and Hearing Board to provide a mechanism for community participation in cable franchise-related matters and for the development of recommendations to the Mayor and City Council on cable-related issues, such as technology updates and the cable operator's level and quality of service.

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  • Legal Department
  • Jane Yee
  • (505) 768-4657

Vacancies

There are no vacancies on this board at this time.


Central Avenue Business Advisory Board

The Board shall act in an advisory capacity to the Transit Department, Albuquerque Police Department, Albuquerque Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority, Albuquerque Economic Development and City Council.

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Vacancies

There are seven vacancies on this board at this time, each representing a specific stretch of the Central corridor.

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Citizens' Independent Salary Commission

Per Article XVIII adopted at the Regular Municipal Election on October 6, 2009, a Citizens' Independent Salary Commission is created with the authority to set the salaries of the Mayor and City Councilors. The Commission has the authority to evaluate the annual salaries and determine whether they should be increased or decreased. The Commission has authority to consider all factors relevant to the salaries.

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Vacancies

There are no vacancies on this board at this time.


Commission on American Indian and Alaska Native Affairs

The Commission serves as the forum for government-to-government relations and as an advocate for American Indian/Alaska Native affairs within the City of Albuquerque and the surrounding area, including, but not limited to, matters of employment, education, economy, health, environment, homelessness, government, and access to services in the City.

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  • Office of Equity & Inclusion
  • Dawn Begay
  • (505) 768-4547

Vacancies

There are seven vacancies on this board at this time.

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Development Process Manual Executive Committee

The Development Process Manual Executive Committee reviews and directs changes in the development process manual.

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Vacancies

There are no vacancies on this board at this time.


Development Review Board

The Development Review Board conducts meetings on major subdivision actions (where no re-zoning or annexation is required), approves or denies proposed major and minor subdivision actions, vacations of public rights of way or public and private easements and variances to standards in Sections 14-16- 5-3 (Access and Connectivity), 14-16-5-4 (Subdivision of Land), or 14-16-5-5 (Parking and Loading), or the DPM. The Development Review Board is charged with administering the IDO and the DPM as well as other City ordinances and policies applicable to subdivision actions. The Development Review Board also reviews site development plans delegated by the Environmental Planning Commission (EPC) for final sign off, as well as Site Plan-DRB, as required by the IDO.

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Vacancies

There are no vacancies on this board at this time.


Early Head Start Program Governance Advisory Committee

The duties, responsibilities and powers of the Committee shall be as follows: (A) Oversee the development and implementation of Early Head Start Programs goals, objectives and policies. (B) Oversee organizational performance and monitor and evaluate metrics of major programs, services, and initiatives. (C) Provide strategic direction to Early Head Start Programs and develop a strategic plan that includes an organization vision, short-term and long term goals and operational and fiscal objectives. (D) Work with the Program staff to establish procedures and criteria for recruiting, selecting and enrolling children. (E) Develop procedures for selecting Policy Council members. (F) Review the major financial expenditures and the operating budget of the Program prior to the Program's submittal of the budget to the City Council. (G) Review the major financial expenditures and the operating budget of the Program prior to the Program's submittal of the budget to City Council. (H) Be responsible for all aspects of the independent financial audits of the Program, including review of the draft findings and monitoring any necessary programmatic actions or changes arising from the audit.

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Vacancies

There is one vacancy on this board at this time for a parent/community representative.

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EMS Medical Control Board

The EMS Medical Control Board shall be responsible to the Authority for all aspects of medical control related to patient care and the delivery of medical services. The Board shall meet at the call of its Chairperson.

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There are no vacancies on this board at this time.


EMS Providers Advisory Committee

The EMS Providers Advisory Committee shall assist the Authority and the Board in the performance of their duties through advice and consultation. The Committee shall meet at the call of its chairperson upon the request of the Authority or the Board.

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There are no vacancies on this board at this time.


Environmental Planning Commission

The Environmental Planning Commission, in its advisory role to the City Council, reviews and provides recommendations on annexation requests, zone map amendment requests that require Council approval, text amendments to the Zoning Code, amendments to the Rank I Comprehensive Plan, and amendments or adoption of Rank 2 Facility Plans.

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There are no vacancies on this board at this time.


Fire Code Board of Appeals

In order to hear and decide appeals of orders, decisions or determinations made by the fire code official relative to the application and interpretation of this code, there shall be and is hereby created a Board of Appeals, which shall consist of (5) five active members. The Board of Appeals shall be appointed by the Mayor with the advice and consent of the City Council. The fire code official shall be an ex officio member of said board but shall have no vote on any matter before the board.

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Vacancies

There are two vacancies on this board at this time. One is for the State of NM Fire Marshal/designee and the other is for an Albuquerque resident.

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Greater Albuquerque Bicycling Advisory Committee

The City's Bicycle Advisory Committee known as The Greater Albuquerque Bicycling Advisory Committee (GABAC) was created through the Boards and Commissions Ordinance (14-13-3-6) in 1994 to advise the City on the concerns and needs of the growing bicycling community.

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Vacancies

There are four vacancies on this board at this time.

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Greater Albuquerque Recreational Trails Committee

The Greater Albuquerque Recreational Trails Committee (GARTC) supports, encourages, and advises local, state, and federal agencies to set priorities to optimize the use of appropriated funding for the purpose of developing new, while maintaining and renovating older, trail networks throughout the greater Albuquerque Metropolitan region. The committee reviews plans and projects that will impact trails, providing comments from the users' point of view; encourages governmental entities to acquire and utilize right-of-way; and helps to update and fulfill the objectives of the Trails and Bikeways Facility Plan.

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Vacancies

There are no vacancies on this board at this time.


Housing & Neighborhood Economic Development Committee

Housing and Neighborhood Economic Development Fund Committee (the "Committee"). There is created a Committee which shall consist of eleven members. The Mayor shall appoint the members of the Committee with the advice and consent of the Council. The Council may, individually or as a whole, recommend Committee appointees to the Mayor. The members shall include six individuals who are residents of the Pocket of Poverty, at least one of whom shall be a resident of the Barelas neighborhood, two representatives of businesses located in the Pocket of Poverty, one representative of the private housing industry, one architect, and one representative of a private lending institution. Neighborhood associations within the Pocket of Poverty shall be asked to provide the Mayor with their recommendations on the appointments of the six members who are residents of the Pocket of Poverty. The Committee shall elect a Chairperson from one of the six Pocket of Poverty resident members. The Committee shall operate as set forth in §§ 2-6-1-1 et seq.

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There are no vacancies on this board at this time.


Human Rights Board

The Board may: (A) Hold hearings, request the appearance of witnesses and the production of relevant books, records, correspondence, documents, and other evidence relating to any matter under investigation or in question before the Board. (B) Make such investigations and studies in the field of human relations as in the judgment of the Board will aid in effectuating its general purposes. (C) Recommend to the City Council and Mayor legislation to aid in carrying out the purposes of this article. (D) Whenever the Board has reason to believe that a violation of this article has occurred and a proceeding would be in the interest of the public, it shall issue and serve upon such person a complaint stating its charges in that respect and containing a notice of a hearing, upon a day and at a place therein fixed, at least 30 days after the service of said complaint. The person so complained of shall have the right to appear at the place and time so fixed and show cause why an order should not be entered by the Board requiring such person to cease the violation of the law so charged in said complaint. Upon failure of the person to comply with the order within ten days, the Board shall file an appropriate proceeding in the Municipal Court. This proceeding shall be de novo. The Municipal Court shall have jurisdiction to entertain a complaint alleging a violation of this article without the necessity of filing a complaint with the Board.

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Vacancies

There are no vacancies on this board at this time.


Impact Fee Committee

IMPACT FEE COMMITTEE. The advisory committee pursuant to Section 5-8-37 of the New Mexico Development Fees Act, which shall be created according to the provisions of the New Mexico Development Fees Act. INFRASTRUCTURE AND GROWTH PLAN. The forecasts of population, housing, and employment, for ten and twenty-five year periods, in total and by subareas, contained in the Planned Growth Strategy report and as adopted by the Council after these forecasts have incorporated the MRCOG 2025 county-wide forecasts for total population, housing and employment. The Infrastructure and Growth Plan should be reviewed, and updated if necessary, every three to five years. PLANNED GROWTH STRATEGY. The provisions of this Ordinance as specifically identified herein and as amended or complemented by subsequent legislation that shall be specifically identified as a part of the Planned Growth Strategy when such legislation is adopted. PLANNED GROWTH STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION ADVISORY TASK FORCE. The principal citizen advisory group that shall review, comment upon, and make recommendations regarding all of the City's efforts to implement the Planned Growth Strategy. A number of members equal to at least 60% of the total membership of this Task Force shall also sit on the Impact Fee Committee.

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Vacancies

There are three vacancies on this board at this time for Council Districts 2, 5, & 7.

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Indicators Progress Commission

The Indicators Progress Commission is responsible for coordinating the review of indicators of important community conditions relating to the City's five-year goals and to the community's sustainability characteristics.

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  • Finance and Administrative Services Department
  • Bobby Griego
  • (505) 768-3745

Vacancies

There are five vacancies for At Large members on this board at this time.

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Information Services Committee

The Information Services Committee is a committee of City and private sector professionals charged with establishing the overall information systems strategy and direction plus the review and approval of all large projects and purchases over $25,000.

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Vacancies

There are no vacancies on this board at this time.


Labor-Management Relations Board

The City Of Albuquerque Labor-Management Relations Board is to establish fair and expeditious procedures that further the purposes of the City of Albuquerque Labor-Management Relations Ordinance (Section 3-2-1 et seq., ROA 1994) which are: Guarantee public employees the right to organize and bargain collectively with the employers; Promote harmonious and cooperative relationships between public employers and public employees; and Protect the public interest by assuring, at all times, the orderly and uninterrupted operation and functions of the City government.

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There are no vacancies on this board at this time.


Landmarks and Urban Conservation Commission

The duties of the Landmarks Commission include: Conduct studies and programs designed to identify and evaluate structures and areas worthy of conservation Review the status of structures and zones already designated Recommend to the Mayor and the City Council landmarks to be designated by the Council Conduct public hearings on applications for historic or urban conservation overlay zones Prepare and adopt specific development guidelines for any designated landmark, historic zone or urban conservation overlay zone Make decisions on applications for Certificates of Appropriateness for alteration, new construction or demolition Disseminate information to the public concerning historic preservation and urban conservation Seek input form groups and individuals concerning historic preservation and urban conservation Advise the Mayor, Council, and the Environmental Planning Commission on any proposed public improvements that would impact the exterior appearance of landmarks or significant structures in historic protection overlay zones

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Vacancies

There are no vacancies on this board at this time.


Library Advisory Board

The Library Advisory Board is established as a liaison between the community and its government for the following purposes: To keep itself informed of library needs and serve as a forum for discussion. To recommend to the Mayor and the County Commissioners policies for overall development to include plans for additional library facilities, and ways and means of financing improvements. To encourage the greatest use of library facilities and programs.

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Vacancies

There are three vacancies on this board at this time for Council Districts 2, 3, & 8.

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Lodgers' Tax Advisory Board

The Lodgers' Tax Advisory Board advises the Mayor and City Council on the expenditure of Lodgers' Tax funds for advertising, publicizing, and promoting tourist attractions and facilities in Albuquerque. The Lodgers' Tax Advisory Board is a volunteer board of seven members appointed by the Mayor with advice and consent of the City Council. The board advises the Mayor and City Council on the expenditure of Lodgers' Tax funds for advertising, publicizing, and promoting tourist attractions and facilities in Albuquerque.

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Vacancies

There are no vacancies on this board at this time.


Metropolitan Parks & Recreation Advisory Board

The members of this board serve an advisory role to the Director and the Parks and Recreation Department.

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There are no vacancies on this board at this time.


Municipal Golf Advisory Board

The Board shall act in an advisory capacity to the Mayor, Council and staff of the Parks and Recreation Department. The Board shall promote and encourage private and public programs to further the development and public awareness of, and interest in the municipal golf courses. The Board shall act in an advisory capacity to the Department of Parks and Recreation in connection with the development and promotion in golf.

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Vacancies

There is one vacancy on this board at this time for an Arroyo del Oso Men representative.

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Old Town Portal Market Advisory Board

The Old Town Portal Market Advisory Board reviews the policy for solicitations and acts to promote communication and collaboration among the parties affected by the Portal Market activities in the H-1 Historic Old Town Zone by conducting public meetings on a bi-monthly basis.

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There are no vacancies on this board at this time.


Older American’s Act Advisory Council

The council shall advise the Area Agency on Aging relative to the following: Developing and administering the “Area Plan”; Conducting public hearings; Representing the interests of older persons; Reviewing and commenting in all community policies, programs and actions which affect older persons with the intent of assuring maximum coordination and responsiveness to older persons; and Reviewing and commenting on Area Plans and amendments submitted to the State Agency on Aging for app

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  • Family & Community Services Department
  • Ana R. Funes
  • (505) 768-2084

Vacancies

There are two vacancies on this board at this time.

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One Albuquerque Homeless Advisory Council

The purpose of the Council is to: Provide community members impacted by the issue of homelessness with an opportunity to voice their ideas and concerns on how to best address homelessness. Create a venue for the City to share our concrete strategies for addressing homelessness with community members and hear their ideas, concerns, questions and feedback. Explore, develop, and act on opportunities for collaboration with community members to support the City’s strategies for addressing homelessness and its impact on the community.

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  • Family & Community Services Department
  • Lisa Huval
  • (505) 768-2877

Vacancies

There are no vacancies on this board at this time.


Open Space Advisory Board

(1) Study data, including ecological data, which should guide the adoption and amendment of open space plans and programs, maintain liaison and seek input from citizen interest groups including especially the Open Space Task Force. (2) Advise the EPC, the Mayor, and the City Council as to an appropriate city open space program, which advice shall include: (a) Implementation of adopted open space plans; (b) Priorities for the acquisition of "major public open space" or "public easement or rights" implementing the Albuquerque/Bernalillo County Comprehensive Plan; (c) Basic policies on management of city-owned open space; and (d) Criteria for evaluating proposals for significant physical changes and installations on and adjacent to open space lands; (e) Evaluation of proposals to install extraordinary facilities on city-owned open space; and (f) Evaluation of proposals to sell, lease, exchange, or otherwise dispose of open space exchange lands or other lands acquired with open space funds. (3) Annually make recommendations to the EPC, the Mayor, and the City Council on updating the open space program, including land acquisition and other open space capital improvements. (4) Periodically review open space plans in consultation with citizen interest groups, especially the Open Space Task Force. Advise the EPC, the Mayor, and the City Council on needed new plans and plan amendments, ranging from detailed project plans to the Albuquerque/Bernalillo County Comprehensive Plan. Make recommendations for the annual proposed city planning program. (5) Upon request, advise or assist the Mayor in negotiations for open space land acquisition. (6) The Board's recommendations shall be consistent with the conditions imposed on expenditure of interest of the Permanent Fund for Open Space as specified in §§ 4-2-3-1 et seq. and the conditions imposed on the expenditure of monies from the Quality of Life Fund as specified in Resolution 89-1987; the Board's proposals shall also take into account all funding sources available for the Open Space program. (7) Approve the sale or lease of certain interests in Open Space Exchange Lands, as provided in § 4-2-3-5. ('74 Code, § 7-15-6) (Ord. 10-1983; Am. Ord. 79-1989; Am. Ord. 39-1990)

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There is one vacancy on this board at this time.

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Paratransit Advisory Board (PTAB)

The members of this committee serve an advisory role to the Director and ABQ RIDE. The current committee meets from 10:30 a.m. to noon on the third Tuesday of the month, every other month.

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There are two vacancies on this board at this time, both for individuals with mobility impairments.

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Personnel Board

The Personnel Board is composed of five members. Two members are appointed by the Mayor, two members are selected by employees by election and then appointed by the Mayor while the remaining member is selected by the other four members.

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There are no vacancies on this board at this time.


Police Oversight Board

The Police Oversight Board is a nine-member board appointed by the City Council. Members are appointed for three-year staggered terms and are eligible for reappointment for an additional full term.

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There is one vacancy for an At Large member on this board at this time.

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Public Safety Tax Advisory Board

The City Council finds that an ongoing review is needed to ensure that the use of the Public Safety Tax most effectively meets the needs of the City and its residents. The City Council also finds that an advisory board consisting of key City and citizen public safety stakeholders is the most appropriate vehicle to review the use of the tax, and suggest changes, if necessary, in the distribution of Public Safety Tax revenue.

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There are two vacancies on this board at this time.

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Senior Affairs Advisory Council

Promote awareness and education on senior issues, increasing community involvement and commitment to seniors. Advocate on behalf of seniors, insuring the senior population is represented and the policies support the mission of the Department of Senior Affairs. Support the program development by acting as the ears and eyes of the Department, assessing needs and skills of seniors, become knowledgeable of available services in the community, assessing and giving recommendations on program development and delivery of services and supporting the funding development activities. Support the development of strategic alliances, identifying and encouraging essential partnerships between DSA and other entities.

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Vacancies

There is one vacancy for a Tijeras representative on this board at this time.

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Small Business Regulatory Advisory Commission

The Small Business Regulatory Advisory Commission (SBRAC) represents the voice of the small business community in Albuquerque. SBRAC is a volunteer board of seven members appointed by the Mayor with the advice and consent of the City Council. SBRAC reviews policy and regulations as well as provides recommendations in order to maintain a vibrant and growing small business sector and minimize costs and burdens on small business.


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  • Economic Development Department
  • Lucas Pedraza
  • (505) 505-768-3051

Vacancies

There are no vacancies on this board at this time.


Technical Standards Committee

The Technical Standards Committee hears appeals from individuals who do not agree with the decisions of the City Engineer. Any appeals should be made by notice of appeal in writing addressed to the Technical Standards Committee and delivered to the office of the City Engineer within 30 days after the date the decision was mailed to the applicant.

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There are no vacancies on this board at this time.


Transit Advisory Board

The members of this committee serve an advisory role to the Director and ABQ RIDE.

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There is one vacancy for an At Large member on this board at this time.

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Urban Enhancement Trust Fund Citizens Committee

The Urban Enhancement Trust Fund (UETF) is a public endowment created by the Albuquerque City Council in 1983 to fund both capital and cultural projects. In 2004, the City Council amended the ordinance to provide that all funds available from the endowment should be directed to cultural projects. The ordinance also provides for an eleven-member citizens' committee called the UETF Committee that is responsible for establishing guidelines, criteria for project selection for each two-year granting cycle and oversight for each funded project throughout the two years.

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There are no vacancies on this board at this time.


Veterans and Military Affairs Advisory Board

The Veterans and Military Affairs Advisory Board is made up of twelve Veterans residing in the City of Albuquerque and serves in an advisory capacity.

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There are two vacancies for At Large members on this board at this time.

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Water Protection Advisory Board

The Water Protection Advisory Board (WPAB) is a committee established through joint ordinance of the City of Albuquerque, Bernalillo County, and the Water Utility Authority. The WPAB has four main objectives: Advise on matters pertaining to ground and surface water protection Oversee the Water Quality Protection Policy and Action Plan Advocate for the protection of ground and surface water quality through consistent policy making Promote ideas, strategies and policies that are effective in protecting surface and ground water quality

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  • Environmental Health Department
  • Bart Faris
  • (505) 768-2658

Vacancies

There are no vacancies on this board at this time.


Mayor's Youth Advisory Council

The Mayor’s Youth Advisory Council works to provide the Mayor’s office with the youth perspective on city issues and to foster a sense of community in order to aid in the development and betterment of Albuquerque.

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Vacancies

There are six vacancies for At Large members on this board at this time.

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Zoning Hearing Examiner

The Zoning Hearing Examiner (ZHE) conducts monthly quasi-judicial public hearings regarding special exceptions to the Integrated Development Ordinance.

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There are no vacancies on this board at this time.