News from Mayor Richard J. Berry
Neon Sign will light the future of the rail yards
Renamed “Economy Lot”, Now Features Covered Parking At Same Rate of $7/day
Policies Ensures that Attention is paid to National Guardsmen and Reservists
UNM’s study of the program, which houses Albuquerque’s most vulnerable, finds dramatic cost savings and quality of life improvements
Lucky Paws will soon be featured in a colorful book called “Mall Dogs” by author Jessi Badami.
Re-purposing CNM Parking Spaces into Small Park to Promote Alternative Transportation
High school juniors and seniors now have more options with added Running Start for Careers courses
Call volume to City of Albuquerque's 311 Citizen Contact Center has dropped following launch of open-data initiatives
FEMA lowers City's community rating system; property owners save 10 percent on insurance premiums.
City prepares for runoff water in the Rio Grande causing river levels 5 to 12 feet above normal
Friday’s Heroes: Paramedics of Rescue 1 and Firefighters of Engine 4
New Station to Provide Bus, Rail Runner Connections to North Valley Area
This Week’s Efficiency, Stewardship, & Accountability Award Recipient: Monica T. Montoya
Employee of the Week: Toni-Lynn Hart
Martinez says Paseo del Norte/I-25 Reconstruction Will Greatly Reduce Traffic Congestion
Employee of the Week: Ray Sweck
Friday’s Hero: Joe M. Chavez, retired COAST
Third Graders’ Letter Helps Spur Improvements and Shelter at Existing Bus Stop
Today Albuquerque Mayor Richard J. Berry recognized the successes of the Albuquerque-Bernalillo County Trade Alliance that was formed by the City and County in August of 2012.
Albuquerque to be National Leader in Gender Equal Pay Initiative