News from Mayor Richard J. Berry
As part of Global Entrepreneurship Week in Albuquerque: Nathan Gold, expert coach on pitching, will offer his wisdom exclusively to local entrepreneurs
Albuquerque was chosen as one of only six other cities across the nation, as a “focus city” to host GEW events.
Winter shelter provides emergency shelter services to homeless individuals and families during the winter months
Albuquerque highlighted for its skilled workforce.
Mayor Richard J. Berry initiated the process of gathering feedback from community and business leaders to build a long-term plan for revitalizing Albuquerque’s piece the iconic Mother Road, Route 66, also known as Central Avenue
Learn about the settlement agreement reached between the City of Albuquerque and the Department of Justice.
City and County officials are joining forces with New Mexico Appleseed to provide a program that gives underprivileged children healthy, balanced dinners
Every year the Mayor & First Lady’s Charity Gala raises funds to support local non-profits- the selection process for the 2015 Gala is now open to applicants
MINDS INTERUPPTED: STORIES OF LIVES AFFECTED BY MENTAL ILLNESS
Mayor Richard J. Berry has formulated a team focused on creating a Plan for Prosperity [P4P] designed for people living in Albuquerque
Mayor Richard J. Berry is joining mayors from around the nation as a featured presenter at the second annual Mayors Conference on Entrepreneurship
$27 Million Dollar Project allows property owners to fulfill the American Dream
Employee of the Week: Animal Welfare Marketing Manager Desiree Cawley
New Mexico Educators Federal Credit Union employee Shana Runck honored in Washington D.C. and Albuquerque
Dr. Barry Ramo recognized for lifesaving work
Friday’s Heroes: APD Officers Vicente Martinez and John Burley AFD Rescue 8 & Engine 4 Lt. James Perez, Driver Ross Roybal, Lt. Michael Brophy, Driver Karl Zink, FF Brant Gibbs, and FF Jeff Dallman
Mayor Berry Joins bipartisan Moneyball for Government All-Star Team and Top Albuquerque Official Selected for New Local Moneyball for Government Fellowship Program
The City of Albuquerque is one of a handful of municipalities selected for the 2015 Code of American Fellowship Program, a prestigious undertaking that pairs civic-minded technologists with a local government for a year-long collaborating.
Mayor Richard J. Berry and First Lady Maria Berry joined United Way of Central New Mexico, The Community Foundation, and Albuquerque Heading Home to present the local non-profits with proceeds from the 2014 Mayor & First Lady’s Charity Gala
The New Mexico Recreation and Park Association has a tough job choosing the best Parks and Recreation Departments throughout the state, but this year Albuquerque rose above them all