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System will manage and measure valuable volunteering hours
Donations are being accepted for the Dog Theft Reward Fund
Services to Help the Homeless, Individuals Living in Mental Health Crisis & the Hungry
Mayor Berry advances legislation to incentivize pay equity within local companies
Employee of the Week: Adrian Olvera
Friday’s Heroes: AFD Lt. Edward Nieto, PHI Pilot Dave Wortner, and Flight Nurse Robyn Libassi
Albuquerque Selected as a Finalist in the Running to Receive Up to $1 Million from Bloomberg Philanthropies for Public Art that Addresses Civic Topics
237 U.S. Cities Applied from 45 States, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico
Renovations to begin on the former Noonday building
City Projects Save Energy and Taxpayer Dollars and Earn Big Rebate Checks
Friday’s Heroes: APD Officer Lou Golson, AFD Station 19 and Albuquerque Ambulance Personnel
Four local nonprofits to benefit from this year’s Gala
Employees of the Week from the City of Albuquerque with Special Recognition for County Employees
Friday’s Heroes: Officer Matthew Schmidt and Sergeant Michael Meisinger
Mixed-Use Building Breaks Ground
Employee of the Week: Olivia Padilla-Jackson
ALBUQUERQUE’S AFTER-SCHOOL TUTORING AND FAMILY ENGAGEMENT PROGRAM RECEIVES PRIZE IN NATIONAL CITIES OF SERVICE CONTEST
“Homework Diner” is One of Four New Cities of Service Blueprints Outlining Steps for City Halls to Leverage Citizen Volunteers to Improve Local Life
Educational and Economic Mobility to be Reenvisioned
Employee of the Week: Carolyn Hidalgo
Friday’s Hero: APD Officer Eduardo Ibarra
Tour Actually Has Its Roots in Good Samaritan’s Deed More Than 60 Years Ago
Friday’s Heroes: APD Officers Julie Maycumber and Xavier Chacon
Employee of the Week: Alessandra Fernandez
Report highlights Albuquerque as one of the cities to successfully weather the storm of the great recession
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.