News from Mayor Richard J. Berry
The efforts of several courageous firefighters saved the life of a local senior citizen
171 chronically homeless, medically vulnerable have been housed
Running Start teams with ῡPUBLIC to provide film and new media education
ESA Recipients Ronald Soto, Benjamin Brokaw, Matthew Yannoni, and Robert Nunez
City of Albuquerque and Comcast Host C-SPAN
Crashing a hammer through a sheetrock wall, Mayor Berry kicked off the renovation on the first phase of the Albuquerque Convention Center this afternoon.
Troubled community gets needed attention to cut down on crime and illegal drugs
The purpose of this week-long effort is to count those who are in need of housing and, of those, identify the most medically vulnerable.
Human Trafficking Legislation: Offender Registration,Harsher penalties, and closing loophole
Today the Albuquerque Development Commission voted and approved the new grocery store developer
New initiative designed at creating a safe haven for those victimized by heartless crime
Owners of Unwanted Guns Have a New Safe and Secure Disposal Option All Firearms and Ammunition will be Accepted with No Questions Asked
Mayor Richard Berry announced on Monday, December 17, that he has made appointments to the Transit Advisory Board, the Senior Affairs Board, and the MOVE Advisory Board.
More than 20 officers will be assigned full time looking for DWI offenders throughout the city. There will also be at least two checkpoints conducted by the APD DWI Unit before the end of the year.
New stations offer better living and working conditions for fire fighters and additional firefighting resources
The members of Engine 9 are Captain Chris Wade, Driver Chris Serino, Firefighter Josh Munson, and Firefighter Anthony Duran. Lieutenant Clint Wensley and Driver Laurianna Sargent from Rescue 8 also received the award.
First Lady Maria Berry & Mayor Richard J. Berry announce the non-profits benefiting from the 2013 Charity Gala
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.