City Council initiates a number of studies and projects. Take a look at the many reports completed to date.
Legislative Authority for the Welfare of the People of Albuquerque
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.
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Meetings, Agendas, and Legislation
Volcano Heights Sector Development Plan.
Downtown Neighborhood Area Sector Plan, Los Duranes Sector Plan, Raynolds Addition / Barelas Stop Sign Reconfiguration, Sawmill Wells Park Sector Development Plan, Summit Park / North Campus Neighborhood Traffic Management Plan, The Modern Roundabout, Zuni Road Study, Impact Fee Ordinance Amendments, West Central Metropolitan Redevelopment Area, Impact Fee Amendments, 2010-2020 Redistricting Process
Volcano Trails Sector Development Plan, Volcano Mesa Amendment to the Westside Strategic Plan, Volcano Cliffs Sector Development Plan
North Fourth Street Rank III Corridor Plan
Charter Review Task Force, Form Based Zones, South Yale Sector Development Plan, Uptown Sector Development Plan
21st Century Transportation Task Force
"Big Box" Regulations, Nob Hill Highland Sector Development Plan, Volcano Heights Sector Development Plan
12th and Menaul / Former Albuquerque Indian School Site, Huning Highland-East Downtown (EDO) Planning, Montaño Corridor Studies
4th and Montaño Coalition, Community Economic Forum 2004, Downtown Arena, Planned Growth Strategy
Unification Report, Parking Operations and Financial Review, Police Oversight Study, Albuquerque's Industrial Revenue Bond Program: Community Stakeholder Perspectives and Recommendations, Analysis of Albuquerque's Industrial Revenue Bond Program, APD Total Compensation Comparison and Overtime Analysis
Police Oversight Task Force Report to the Albuquerque City Council, Report on the Oversight Mechanisms of the Albuquerque Police Department