News from Mayor Richard J. Berry
Members of four unions to receive 3 percent raise.
City of Albuquerque makes another giant step into Systems Automation.
Albuquerque's daily newspaper featured an article about Running Start's federal funding.
Friday’s Heroes: Civilian COAST Personnel Yvette Garcia & Tasha Hart
Employee of the Week: Jerry Hunter
Veterans’ Growing Ridership and App Downloads Help ABQ RIDE Achieve Greatest Ever Ridership for a 12 Month Period
M-Series Union Reaches Third Consecutive Agreement with the Berry Administration
USA Spirit to Fill KiMo Theatre
City’s Creative Approach to Fuel Cost Management Realizes Significant Savings
Mayor to Participate Today at Albuquerque Museum
Employee of the Week: Officer Allen Woo
Friday’s Hero: Officer Jonathan MaresOfficer’s
Mayor Berry, Council President and Vice President Announce Plan for Extensive, Broad Based Public Outreach Initiative to Seek Feedback and Implement Community Based Solutions
Albuquerque Collaborative on Police-Community Relations Launched to Improve Public Safety and Community Outcomes
Deep Dives: Mayor Berry to Hold Business Development Meetings
Wheelchair athletes keen on easy new access
Mayor Berry Signs Balanced Budget Focused on Enhanced Economic Opportunities, Improved Public Safety And Services for Mental Health Programs
Council’s Proposal Builds on Mayor’s Key Priorities
Friday’s Heroes: Sergeant Mark Velarde, Officer Salvador Hurtado, & Officer John Cervantes