News & Media
Employee of the Week & Friday's Heroes
State of the City
News from the Mayor's Office.
Volunteer of the Month: Charlotte Elliott
Friday’s Heroes: Albuquerque Police Department’s Patricia Savage and Chaplin Laurie Wells
Employee of the Week: Mayor’s Office, Department of Constituent Service Employee Stephanie Eker
Daily Nonstop Service Begins August 18th
Mayor Berry to restore Commission on Indian Affairs after two-year dormancy.
City of Albuquerque closes on One Central deal with private developer.
City Looks to Address the Root Cause of Panhandling on Street Corners
Employee of the Week: Finance & Administrative Services' Norma Chavez
Friday’s Hero: Albuquerque Police Officer Timothy Wolffbrandt
Three local nonprofits to benefit from the eighth annual gala
Free Rides Cover Weekday Evenings and Saturday and Sunday through Jan. 8, 2017
Volunteer of the Month: Leonard Duda.
Friday’s Hero: Albuquerque Police Reserve Officer Abel Bazan.
Employees of the Week: Solid Waste Management’s Lawrence Burns, Martin Garcia, Nasario Gutierrez, Gilbert Maestas, Roger Saiz, and Robert Vigil.
Fifty-five cities are now committed to making government more effective using data & evidence.
ABQKindness: a tool to track kindness.
Good Samaritans: Elaine Beachler and Kenny Greer
Retired officers in the program will provide quicker, more experienced assistance with property crime calls
Transfer Station to save taxpayers multiple millions of dollars
Mayor Berry presents trends in crime affecting Albuquerque and New Mexico.
Induction Ceremony of 100 AmeriCorps Members
Funding will help implement vision for strengthening, growing Central Avenue corridor.
City of Albuquerque announces Emergency Management Center upgrades.
ABQ among only 5 U.S. cities to receive recognition from the White House
Friday’s Heroes: Albuquerque Fire Department Isotopes Crew, Rescue 2 and AAS Good Samaritans: Andrew Garrison, Nick Orn, and Bobby Atencio
Girl Scout Troop Helps Create a Warm and Welcoming Atmosphere in the City’s Emergency Winter Shelter
Good Samaritan: Girl Scout Troop 47
Now more classes and internships offered in additional industries
Long-awaited transit improvement project is scheduled for completion in autumn 2017.