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Sept. 24, 2020 Community Hall Newsletter

This week, Mayor Tim Keller announced: Return of Hot Air Balloons to Albuquerque Skies; Virtual Mayor’s Ball Raised Over $150,000; New Minority Business Development Center; Special Foggers to Sanitize Buses; Save Jane Website Raising Awareness About Child Abuse; and Free Webinar Series to Help Local Businesses.

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Happy fall Albuquerque,

We are heading into a favorite season for many of us here in ABQ. Typically, we would be getting ready to welcome guests for the International Balloon Fiesta followed by some of our favorite Halloween activities. This year looks a little different, but we’re problem solving and finding ways to put on some safe, family-friendly experiences this fall. 

Read on for more information about our plans for a local Balloon Fall Fest, where pilots will launch from all across the city, filling the sky for all to see. And while we had to call off many of our traditional Halloween festivities, we are still planning on hosting our Trunk or Treat activity at Balloon Fiesta Park. If you choose to participate in other Halloween activities, please heed the guidance of the CDC for keeping it safe. 

Through the fall, we’ve all got to do our part to maintain the progress we’ve made keeping the impact of coronavirus low and as many Burqueños safe and healthy as possible. Please keep wearing masks, social distancing, and washing your hands frequently. 

Together, we can all keep moving in the right direction. 
Stay healthy,

-Mayor Tim Keller

This week, Mayor Tim Keller announced:

  • Return of Hot Air Balloons to Albuquerque Skies
  • Virtual Mayor’s Ball Raised Over $150,000
  • New Minority Business Development Center
  • ABQ RIDE Using Special Foggers to Quickly and Easily Sanitize Buses
  • APD Launched Save Jane Website Raising Awareness About Child Abuse
  • Small Business Office Launched Free Webinar Series to Help Local Businesses Thrive