Announcements from Your City Council
City Councilor Isaac Benton Celebrates the Completion of Barelas Pedestrian Bridge Project
District 3 residents had a very successful National Night Out 2014.
Community members joined Councilor Klarissa Peña and Councilor Ken Sanchez to honor Mr. Kee Thompson and Mr. Allison Gorman.
The Vortex, New Mexico’s Oldest Black-Box Theater, is Coming to District 7
Get to know Councilor Harris' new Policy Analyst and his vision for District 9 residents.
City Councilor Klarissa Peña will hold a memorial service and press conference on Saturday, July 26th at 10:00 AM at 60th Street NW, north of Central, the site where two homeless men were brutally murdered last weekend.
Uptown Growers Market is Every Saturday until October.
New sign dedicated on National Fishing Day
Check out the newest sculpture, "Desert Primrose," in District 8!
Plan for Extensive, Broad Based Public Outreach Initiative to Seek Feedback and Implement Community Based Solutions
Ditch and Water Safety Task Force launched the 2014 Swim Pass kick-off event and unveiled the new "Ditch Critters"
Update on the status of the Park Renovation as of May 22, 2014. The contractors are a bit ahead of schedule right now!
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.
Please see the attached press release from Council President Sanchez entitled "No One Banned from Future City Council Meetings."
The Department of Justice is seeking community input regarding reforms for the Albuquerque Police Department
City Councilor Dan Lewis, Chair of the Council Committee of the Whole, Responds to the Department of Justice Findings
Opportunity for citizens of Albuquerque to voice their concerns, opinions and suggestions regarding the Albuquerque Police Department to the City Council at the Council's April 7th meeting.
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.