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May 9, 2020 Coronavirus Updates and Resources

This week, Mayor Tim Keller announced: Our new video to watch and share; creative economy relief; view the May 7 Facebook Q&A; attention drawn to domestic violence and child abuse; Gateway Center update; and telephone town hall on May 14.

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Hello Albuquerque, 

I want to start by thanking you all for your patience during this preparation phase of reopening our city and state. I know that many are ready to get back to work, but these phases are critical in keeping people as safe and healthy as possible. 

I also want to thank everyone for their incredible generosity and care for our community and our neighbors during this time. This week, we sent a second load of donations to our neighbors in To'Hajiilee, joined our local Dave & Busters to hand out meals to our road maintenance crews, and even received a donation from a woman who felt her stimulus check would be best spent on housing vouchers for our homeless population. 

These acts of kindness demonstrate that we are getting through this difficult time as One Albuquerque. If you are looking for a way to help, you can donate to coronavirus relief funds at onealbuquerque.org. If you are looking for a different way to help our community, you can find volunteer opportunities both in person and from home at oneabqvolunteers.com

We are resilient, Albuquerque. We will get through this together.

-Mayor Tim Keller

This week, Mayor Tim Keller announced:

  • Stay Home, Save Lives Watch and Share Our New Video
  • City's Creative Economy Initiatives Provide Relief For Local Artists and Organizations During Pandemic
  • Facebook Q&A on May 7
  • Mayor Keller, APD Draw Attention to Domestic Violence and Child Abuse during Pandemic
  • Mayor Keller, Partners Give Update on Gateway Center
  • Mayor Tim Keller to hold Telephone Town Hall on May 14