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Nominate an Employee of the Week

Nominate an Employee of the Week

Have you noticed a City of Albuquerque employee going above-and-beyond? Let us know.

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Elephant Calf is Named 'Jazmine'

Elephant Calf is Named 'Jazmine'

Fans vote for favorite name for 3-week-old female calf.

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Official Results: Nov. 19, 2013, Special Election

The Certificate of Canvass from the Nov. 19, 2013, City special election.

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Official Results: Oct. 8, 2013, City Election

The Certificate of Canvass from the Oct. 8, 2013, City general election.

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Elephant Calf Makes Public Debut on October 9

Elephant Calf Makes Public Debut on October 9

Female calf is ready to venture into the yard at one week old.

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Rozie the Elephant Gives Birth to Healthy Baby Girl

Rozie the Elephant Gives Birth to Healthy Baby Girl

Mother and calf are bonding behind-the-scenes before their public debut.

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Flood Insurance Premiums Lowered

FEMA lowers City's community rating system; property owners save 10 percent on insurance premiums.

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Free Straw and Cold-Weather Tips for Pets

Free Straw and Cold-Weather Tips for Pets

Some helpful tips to keep your pets warm this winter.

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Firework Use Restricted

Information about firework restrictions in Albuquerque.

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Metro Area Fire Restriction Changes

Additional restrictions imposed as fire conditions worsen.

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Seasonal Resource Guide for Summer Available

Seasonal Resource Guide for Summer Available

Get information about fun and healthy activities for you and your family.

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Heroes from April Church Stabbings Recognized

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.

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Fire Restrictions Increased; Closures Imposed

Protect open-space areas from wildfires. Stay out of restricted areas and report suspicious activity.

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Finance Recognizes Military Veteran Employees

Finance Recognizes Military Veteran Employees

At least two dozen employees of the City's Finance and Administrative Services Department are veterans of the U.S. military.

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The Blue Tree Project Visits Albuquerque

The Blue Tree Project Visits Albuquerque

International art event highlights plight of urban trees.

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Sunshine Review Awards Albuquerque an A+

Mayor Berry's ABQ View a national leader for government transparency.

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New 311 App Engages Community via Technology

Cost-saving initiative creates new venue for citizens to self-report issues.

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App Contest Winners Revealed

Winners of the Mayor’s mobile app contest announced March 5, 2013. New apps expected to save City dollars.

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New Rapid Ride Stop Opens in Albuquerque’s Uptown Neighborhood

New Rapid Ride Stop Opens in Albuquerque’s Uptown Neighborhood

Serves New Target Superstore along Westbound Route of #766-Rapid Ride/Red Line

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Mayor Commissions Moody's Report

Mayor Richard J. Berry to review report for information to create jobs in Albuquerque.

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