Welcome to District 5, Councilor Dan Lewis.
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District 5 is located on Albuquerque's northwest side.
City Councilor Dan Lewis represents District 5, the Northwest part of Albuquerque. He was elected to City Council in October 2009.
What's Important in District 5
Councilor Lewis is committed to improving the lives of Albuquerque's West Side residents and the City as a whole.
Get Help for Common Issues
- File a dust complaint
- Make a street repair request
- File a complaint about barking dogs
- Report Weed and Litter Issues
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Latest News & Events
Rio Metro Regional Transit District has released the draft Paseo del Norte High Capacity Transit Study and is inviting public comment.
City Councilor Dan Lewis, Chair of the Council Committee of the Whole, provides details about the revised budget proposal for the City's operating budget for Fiscal Year 2015, which begins July 1, 2014.
City Councilor Dan Lewis, Chair of the Council Committee of the Whole, Responds to the Department of Justice Findings
The Paradise Hills Little League will join Albuquerque City Councilor Dan Lewis, County Commissioner Lonnie Talbert and Senator Sander Rue at the Paradise Hills Little League Fields Dedication.
Albuquerque City Councilor Dan Lewis, working with Michael Riordan, Director of Municipal Development, today announced that stop signs will be reinstalled at Ventana Road and Universe Boulevard.
Albuquerque City Councilor Dan Lewis will introduce legislation at the March 3rd City Council meeting that is intended to ensure that the Albuquerque Downtown Business Improvement District (BID) provides the services and benefits required by all residents and businesses downtown.
City Councilor Dan Lewis announces his support for O-14-4, a partnership to assist Eclipse Aerospace in promoting local economic development and job growth