News from Mayor Richard J. Berry
Now, Practically All Smartphones Can Get Real Time Bus Data about ABQ RIDE and Other Information
Mayor Richard J. Berry is in the process of sending legislation to the City Council in order to protect children from e-cigarettes, pending further regulations from the Food and Drug Administration and improvements to current State laws.
As the Berry Administration transitions to the second term in office, long time Family & Community Services employee is promoted to director
Mayor Richard J. Berry and City Councilor Ken Sanchez will recognize Mr. Joe O. Armijo for his work on behalf of the senior community in our city
Mayor Richard J. Berry is pleased to accept a generous donation from Lowe’s Home Improvement Store on Paseo del Norte.
Good Samaritan: William Gallegos and daughter Shania Gallegos
Friday’s Heroes: AFD Academy Staff and Paramedics
Employees of the Week: Barbara Turner and Raul Aguirre
City of Albuquerque’s Solid Waste Management Department will pick up Residential Green Waste at no additional charge during the first two weeks of December.
Mayor Appoints Successful Tech-Transfer Entrepreneur to Lead Albuquerque’s Economic Development Department
Goal is to make Albuquerque the most Entrepreneurial City in America
Last Market of the Season to Feature Hot Chocolate, Prizes and Savings Using ABQ RIDE
Employee of the Week: Sounthone Sanouvang
Friday’s Hero: Officer Hector Marquez
Mayor Richard J. Berry's 2013 State of the City Address.
Center for Digital Government and National League of Cities congratulates Albuquerque and other 2013 Digital Cities Survey Winners
With temperatures starting to dip, City of Albuquerque Street Maintenance crews are preparing for frozen precipitation.
Lowe’s will donate 300 smoke alarms to Albuquerque seniors on behalf of the Lowe’s Heroes Project
Veterinarians and Elephant Keepers Celebrated for Birth of Calf
Friday’s Heroes: Sgt. Jeremy Basset, Officer Chad Melvin, Officer Jesus Banuelos, Officer Mark Dietz, & Officer Matthew Schmidt
Fiscal Year 2014 sees continued increases in GRT