We must continue to work to improve our unemployment rate and make our City appealing to outside businesses and companies looking to expand locally.
That’s the mission of our Economic Development Department, and despite the current fiscal challenges, many businesses are choosing to do business in Albuquerque.
The Economic Development Action Account is a fund created to encourage growth of our economic base, to create jobs, and to put people back to work in the city of Albuquerque.
AIMS@UNM Charter School has received a grant of $175,000 from the Daniels Fund to support the development of a second AIMS school in Albuquerque.
Ambassador Fujisaki is in New Mexico on official business related to Japan’s investment of over $30 million in smart grid research
The City of Albuquerque is partnering with Southwest Learning Centers in a lease agreement as they expand to open their fourth school
The City of Albuquerque and the University of New Mexico announce a joint partnership aimed at expanding educational and economic opportunities for the community.
Albuquerque location expected to create 600 jobs by 2013.
Mayor Richard Berry signed City funding legislation, approved a large grant application, and continued contacting state legislators regarding improvements to the Paseo Del Norte and I-25 interchange.
Mayor Richard Berry sends resolution to kickstart funding for Paseo del Norte/I-25 Interchange project.
ACVB’s creative bid presentation seals the deal
Improvements to make Albuquerque more competitive in attracting conventions, offering more options for local residents.
A recent study conducted by Forbes Magazine listed Albuquerqe in its top cities to retire.
Mayor Berry provided and update on the City’s economic successes and offered changes to improve the business climate
Mayor Richard J. Berry warns FDIC to help find solutions or City will take action on Anasazi Building.
Thrive ABQ's newest website ready for launching.
Prestigious Honor a Natural Fit for the Anderson-Abruzzo International Balloon Museum
New service routes connecting Albuquerque and Rio Rancho now allow greater ease for commuters and a new outlook on regional transportation.
Westside residents are one step closer to complete connectivity from the South end of the city to the North and into Rio Rancho.
Mayor Berry looks forward to working with City Council to reform and create comprehensive impact fees legislation.