Information about the Albuquerque City Council.
Welcome to the Albuquerque City Council
The City Council is the legislative authority of the city. It has the power to adopt all ordinances, resolutions, or other legislation conducive to the welfare of the people of the city.
The Council is made up of nine members, elected on staggered terms, with four or five districted Councilors elected every two years.
Current Projects & Studies
Catch up on current projects initiated by the City Council.
- Police Oversight Task Force
- Paseo del Norte and I-25 Interchange Improvements
- Albuquerque Rail Yards Redevelopment
- East Central Sector Plan
- Rio Grande Boulevard Corridor Plan - Update
- Rio Grande Candelaria Roundabout (includes 8/1/13 Reassessment Study)
- Paseo del Volcan
- Girard Blvd Master Plan
- Central Ave. 1st to Girard Plan
- South Yale Blvd Plan
City Councilors Brad Winter and Rey Garduño announce legislation to increase the number of community members of the Ad Hoc Police Oversight Task Force from five to nine.
Participate in this Council-supported study of parking and transportation improvements to this busy corridor
Councilor Ken Sanchez and Councilor Don Harris Sponsor Albuquerque Adoption Appreciation Day
Councilor Don Harris and Councilor Ken Sanchez Sponsor Albuquerque Adoption Appreciation Day
On Saturday, June 15th at 12:15 p.m. City Councilor Dan Lewis, Bernalillo County Commissioner Lonnie Talbert, Senator Sander Rue, Representative Tom Anderson and the Board for the Paradise Hills Little League will hold a groundbreaking celebration for two new little league fields.