Featured news from the City of Albuquerque.
Fans vote for favorite name for 3-week-old female calf.
The Certificate of Canvass from the Nov. 19, 2013, City special election.
The Certificate of Canvass from the Oct. 8, 2013, City general election.
Albuquerque's minimum wage for workers increases on Jan. 1, 2014.
Female calf is ready to venture into the yard at one week old.
Mother and calf are bonding behind-the-scenes before their public debut.
FEMA lowers City's community rating system; property owners save 10 percent on insurance premiums.
Information about firework restrictions in Albuquerque.
Be extra careful with pets during hot temperature months.
Additional restrictions imposed as fire conditions worsen.
Get information about fun and healthy activities for you and your family.
Friday's Heroes: Albuquerque Police Officer Daren DeAguero, Albuquerque Fire Department Lieutenant Greg Aragon, Department of Corrections Sgt. Gilbert Flores, FBI Special Agent Charles Metzler Jr., and Rio Rancho Police Officer Chris Maestas.
Protect open-space areas from wildfires. Stay out of restricted areas and report suspicious activity.
At least two dozen employees of the City's Finance and Administrative Services Department are veterans of the U.S. military.
International art event highlights plight of urban trees.
Mayor Berry's ABQ View a national leader for government transparency.
Cost-saving initiative creates new venue for citizens to self-report issues.
Winners of the Mayor’s mobile app contest announced March 5, 2013. New apps expected to save City dollars.
Serves New Target Superstore along Westbound Route of #766-Rapid Ride/Red Line
Mayor Richard J. Berry to review report for information to create jobs in Albuquerque.