Featured news from the City of Albuquerque.
Register for the 2014 Toys for Tots program between Oct. 2 and Dec. 4 for the upcoming holiday season.
Winter shelter provides emergency shelter services to homeless individuals and families during the winter months
Albuquerque highlighted for its skilled workforce.
Take part in the community effort to address mental health issues in Albuquerque.
Most City offices and services will be closed on Thanksgiving, Nov. 27, and the following day, Nov. 28.
Learn about the settlement agreement reached between the City of Albuquerque and the Department of Justice.
Community partners help present BioPark’s biggest party of the year
Residents urged to take precautions.
Albuquerque's minimum wage for workers increases on Jan. 1, 2015.
The Oct. 8, 2014, personnel board meeting has been cancelled.
Read the findings from the 2014 Child Abuse Prevention Task Force Report and Community Recommendations.
City of Albuquerque makes another giant step into Systems Automation.
Celebrate the KiMo's 87th birthday with a classic silent film accompanied by live original score
Arte Encantado is a great way for middle school students to spend the summer.
Calvary Christian Academy Spruces up Canine Skyline, North Domingo Baca Dog Parks
BioPark is one of only two U.S. facilities to house the species.
A new online comprehensive events calendar debuting in early 2014 is expected to become the premiere website for finding things to do in our community.
Mayor Richard J. Berry's 2013 State of the City Address.
Department of Health reports fatal plague case in Bernalillo County man; fourth New Mexico plague case in 2013.
Have you noticed a City of Albuquerque employee going above-and-beyond? Let us know.