News from Mayor Richard J. Berry
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
Gift of “Challenge Coin” Dates Back To World War I.
A Boeing 727-200F aircraft from FedEx Express, a subsidiary of FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) made its final journey today onto the Albuquerque International Sunport.
Clear standards for safety and uniformity for launches and landings
The City of Albuquerque’s Department of Senior Affairs Wishes Mr. Carroll Stewart a Happy 104th Birthday!
Today is a special day for one City of Albuquerque Department of Senior Affairs volunteer who celebrates his 104th birthday.
CAO Rob Perry releases letter from Chief
Mayor Richard J. Berry announces the availability for people to pay their parking tickets online using the www.cabq.gov website.
City of Albuquerque Fiscally Strong
Winners of the Mayor’s mobile app contest announced March 5, 2013. New apps expected to save City dollars.
Friday’s Hero: Detective Carla Perez, Albuquerque Police Department
Employee of the Week: David Gallegos, Senior Affairs Department
Frontline strategies involving transfer of science, technology, and defense transitions