Official news from the City of Albuquerque.
Looking for a docent to volunteer at Wildlife West in Edgewood. 122 acre native rescued wildlife zoo and event center operated by all volunteers. Our 25 species of wildlife are friendly and are enclosed in natural habitats.
Open Space La Orilla Willow Flycatcher Habitat Project
Volunteer Orientation February 1, 2014
Specials are being offered by Animal Welfare and PetSmart Charities®
Information about the Shooting Range Park volunteer program.
Help Albuquerque's shelter pet by becoming a foster caregiver.
Direct Patient Volunteer, Veterans Volunteer, Administrative Volunteer
Long time public servant will lead Albuquerque Fire Department
Friday’s Hero: Firefighter Eddie Torres
Employee of the Week: Tomas Rivera
Governor Susana Martinez & Mayor Richard J. Berry Announce Partnership to Assist Eclipse Aerospace in Adding 100 New, High Paying Jobs
In an exciting new economic development collaboration, the City of Albuquerque and State of New Mexico announced a partnership with Eclipse Aerospace to retain and expand one of Albuquerque’s most promising and innovative companies
BioPark is one of only two U.S. facilities to house the species.
Long time educator and public servant takes the helm
Mayor Richard J. Berry announced today that the City of Albuquerque’s Solid Waste Management Department’s Annual Fall Green Waste Collection was once again well received by the public.
Route #198 Will Serve School with Three Runs on Weekdays
A new online comprehensive events calendar debuting in early 2014 is expected to become the premiere website for finding things to do in our community.
The City of Albuquerque can realize annual cost savings of $273,000, annual cost recoveries of $240,000 and continue the proactive approach to reduce the costs of telecom operations through the implementation of innovative technologies. The City lacks internal controls to ensure the accuracy, efficiency and optimization of telecom services. The overall lack of internal controls is a major factor for the accumulated balance of $1.3 million in the City’s Communication Fund as of June 30, 2013 (unaudited). The fund balance represents the amount departments have been overcharged for communication services.
The Department of Finance and Administrative Services' Purchasing Division can improve upon the valuable services it provides to the City and contractors by acceptance and implementation of the following recommendations: (a) The Purchasing Division should require that City Departments attend contract training more frequently; (b) The Purchasing Division should review its internal control processes and ensure that all staff have a clear understanding; and (c) Employee access to CTS should be revoked following the employee’s change of employment.