News from Mayor Richard J. Berry
Business Woman Roxanna Meyers to Fill Vacancy
Mayor Richard J. Berry recognized Sergeant Charles Poole and Officer James Demsich for their roles in putting a man in jail for stealing a car.
For the first time since purchasing the historic Rail Yards site south of downtown in 2007, the City of Albuquerque will be inviting the general public onto the property this Saturday, December 1, as part of the process to develop a Master Plan for the site.
New impact fee structure to help streamline the process for businesses and residents
Mayor Richard J. Berry recognized Sergeant Charles Poole and Officer James Demsich for their roles in apprehending a prisoner before he fled the Prisoner Transport Center.
A letter from Mayor Richard J. Berry about the Justice Department's announcement regarding the Albuquerque Police Department.
Mayor Richard J. Berry was joined by City Councilor Dan Lewis to cut the ribbon officially opening the widened Unser Boulevard from McMahon Boulevard to Black Arroyo.
Read the 2012 State of the City Address from Mayor Richard J. Berry.
The non-stop, daily flights to New York City will start in April of 2013
Claw-backs from Schott Solar should be reinvested in ABQ Economy
Mayor Richard J. Berry and Albuquerque Police Chief Raymond Schultz launched a new initiative Wednesday aimed to get more recruits into the police academy.
Mayor Hosts Dedication Ceremony November 10, 2012
Andre O’Brien is the latest recipient of Mayor Richard J. Berry’s Efficiency, Stewardship and Accountability award.
ABQ Dashboard and Benefits sites to debut on ABQView
Friday, Chief Administrative Officer Robert Perry recognized members from the Albuquerque Fire Department and the Albuquerque Police Department.
Land owners able to build after 30 year wait
City and Balloon Fiesta Board Reach Tentative Agreement
Every year the Mayor & First Lady’s Charity Gala raises money for local non-profits, this year the submission date has been extended.
Mayor Berry meets with NRA President Keene to extend the National Police Shooting Championships contract
Over 500 competitors from around the world to compete at city ranges