Councilor Trudy Jones efforts emphasize public safety and quality governmental services.
She has successfully worked to bring funding for the staffing of Dwyer Substation and helped honor New Mexicans who have fallen in Afghanistan and Iraq. Councilor Jones continues to work hard to build on past successes for a better Albuquerque future.
Councilor Jones is committed to providing funds to protect Albuquerque citizens and honoring those who help to protect Albuquerque and the United States as a whole. Councilor Jones has worked to get funding for staffing at the Dwyer Substation in District 8. She has also helped to pass resolutions providing for a Party Patrol Program (R-11-209), Forensic Science and Investigatory Programs (R-10-65 and R-10-85), and a Veterans Memorial to honor New Mexico’s fallen in Afghanistan and Iraq (R-08-99). She continues to be very active in Veterans Memorial Park because of her strong belief in honoring those who protect the public safety of the community.
Councilor Jones has been involved in numerous community-enhancing projects. She worked closely with others on the Council to encourage Community Gardens. She has made it a focus to improve the services at the Bear Canyon Senior Center, Holiday Park Community Center, and Juan Tabo library. These facilities provide important services to the residents of District 8. Councilor Jones has prioritized these important community and governmental services that improve the quality of life for taxpayers in District 8.
Councilor Jones has worked with others in the Council to ensure that the City provides a high return on taxpayer investment and operates openly in all it does. She sponsored R-08-176, which required fiscal impact and economical impact analysis reports when passing legislation. Councilor Jones believes that the City should be operated in an efficient and open manner to ensure that citizen’s receive quality and efficient government services. As a council member she continues to work to guarantee that the City wisely uses its funds in providing services to District 8.