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District 7 is located in the center of Albuquerque's east side.
City Councilor Diane Gibson represents District 7, Albuquerque's mid-heights including uptown, parts of the north valley and parts of the near northeast heights. She was elected to the City Council in October 2013.
Events Around the District
- Uptown Growers Market: Saturday mornings starting June 28 - October
What's Important in District 7
Councilor Gibson is committed to improving the lives of citizens in District 7 and the City as a whole.
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Latest News & Events
Information about Albuquerque Rail Yards Redevelopment.
This project will identify improvements for pedestrians and other users along this busy transit corridor.
About the Comprehensive Plan Update and Creation of the Unified Development Ordinance.
Areas of Albuquerque that are thriving have an identity that everyone recognizes. The Nob Hill area and the Downtown area are good examples. Those identities do not just happen. They must be planned and nurtured.
Information about the Girard Boulevard Complete Streets Master Plan.
Councilor Rey Garduño and the City of Albuquerque Planning Department are undertaking the development of a Sector Development Plan for the area from San Mateo to Wyoming and Lomas to the southern City limits.
Construction began on October 15, 2013 and should take around 18 months to complete.
Paseo del Volcan is an essential long-range need for our region.
Information about the Police Oversight Task Force.
Latest Update on Proposed Roundabout at Rio Grande and Candelaria.
Information about the Task Force on Behavioral Health
In 2008, a consultant was hired to develop a concept plan for West Central, including short-term and long-term design concepts for a “Complete Street” from 8th St. to Rancho Seco.