News from Mayor Richard J. Berry
Albuquerque tops the list for nature-loving travelers
Albuquerque Mayor Richard J. Berry announced Albuquerque’s newest ranking as the 9th Overall Best Mid-Sized American City of the Future.
Employee of the Week: Carlos Candelaria, Solid Waste Driver
Friday’s Hero: APD COAST Officer Amy Marmon
Man who lived on the streets for 6 years is welcomed to his new home
Mayor Berry thanks the state legislators who helped fund the purchase of two new fire engines and 13 police cars
Construction on Alameda Boulevard between Interstate 25 and Wyoming Boulevard begins May 1, 2013.
Business owners and contractors now have a new, convenient way to get their plans approved.
The City of Albuquerque’s Department of Senior Affairs and Comfort Keepers Kick Off Stop Senior Hunger Month!
The Department of Senior Affairs and Comfort Keepers have partnered again to educate our community regarding the issue of malnutrition among the senior population.
Today Mayor Richard J. Berry appointed longtime District 7 resident and former State Legislator Janice Arnold-Jones to fill the recently vacated District 7 seat on the City Council.
Friday’s Heroes: Commander Victor Padilla, Lieutenant Joe Luna, Driver Brian Fox, FF Sara Jones, FF Mario Jaramillo, Captain Jed Hyland, Driver Paul McClure, FF Eric Valdez, FF Noah MacGillivray, Lieutenant Steven Keffer, Driver Michael Kolbusz, Driver Justin Spain, Driver Greg Ochoa, Captain Paul Dow, Driver Michael Palmer, FF Anthony Mazotti, and FF Jose Gomez, all with the Albuquerque Fire Department
The Albuquerque Fire Department’s nomination now heads to the nation’s capital for consideration
Mayor Berry's ABQ View a national leader for government transparency.
Cost-saving initiative creates new venue for citizens to self-report issues.
Friday’s Heroes: Officers Jeremy Bassett, Pat Hernandez, Anthony Martinez, Chad Melvin, Jason Harvey, Gary Okino, and Andy Montoya
Employees of the Week: William Pentler and Stephen Ryan, Parks & Recreation
Enough steps to walk around the world two times
City Contributing Majority of Funds for the $93 Million Project
Preliminary Savings to the City of Albuquerque reaches $500K with On-going Savings
No Tax Increases, No Layoffs and Taxpayer Value are Fundamentals of This Year’s Budget