City Council Highlights
Announcements from Your City Council
On April 6, Albuquerque City Councilors Harris, Lewis, and Sanchez will introduce legislation that will revise the Open Space Trust Fund to make all funds available for acquisition of open space land.
From Commander Dodi Camacho's Desk
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A draft Committee Substitute has been provided for the LUPZ Committee’s consideration that seeks to address Code Enforcement Division and neighborhood concerns about the enforceability of the requirement that the owner of the property live in either the primary or secondary dwelling unit.
Ah, March- one of my favorite months.
Check out the beautiful improvements to Hoffman Park.
A few words from Vice President Brad Winter.
Albuquerque Rapid Transit rolls out updates to Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Project
Councilor Benton Comments on Homeless Camp
A Pop Up Playground demonstrates that a playground is more than just a series of slides and platforms.
Project to cleanup the open space area in the Piedras Marcadas Canyon.
Serve your community on the Metropolitan Parks & Recreation Advisory Board!
Mayor Berry, City Councilor Isaac Benton & area residents celebrate Rescue Unit 2 coming online.
Year’s end is always a great time to stop and reflect on the accomplishments of the past year and look forward to what lies ahead.
Combating the problem of even-age tree populations in our parks.
Councilor Benton funded a new playground for children 6 & up at the Herman Sanchez Community Center.
Which is better: planting a five-dollar tree in a fifty-dollar hole, or planting a fifty-dollar tree in a five-dollar hole?
A nod to the area's roots as the commercial core of the Mile-Hi Addition in the 1950s and its high potential for revitalization today.
The 6.8 acre state-of-the-art park is located west of 98th St. and south of Gibson.
Justice Department reaches agreement with the City of Albuquerque to implement sweeping reforms on use of force by the Albuquerque Police Department.
Gravel mulching, tree canopy loss and the heat island effect
Grand reopening of Academy Hills Park, dedication of new public art piece & annual Fall Festival.