Official news from the City of Albuquerque
Notice of Public Meeting
Resource Development Specialist; AmeriCorps Volunteer In Service To America (VISTA)
Works of Laila Weeks Capture Moments in Time
Benefits Connection Center Outreach Volunteer
Which is better: planting a five-dollar tree in a fifty-dollar hole, or planting a fifty-dollar tree in a five-dollar hole?
Places with the Albuquerque Parks and Recreation Department that are open on Thanksgiving Day:
Winter Festivities Begin at the Botanic Garden and Zoo
Your opinion counts! Albuquerque residents are asked to help the Citizens' Independent Salary Commission determine the salaries for Albuquerque's elected officials.
We are asking our citizens once again to be extra careful while cooking this holiday season. Thanksgiving is the leading day for home fires involving cooking equipment. The range and stovetop are the leading cause of reported home fires and home fire injuries in the United States.
Report highlights Albuquerque as one of the cities to successfully weather the storm of the great recession
Watch “John” receive his annual turkey treat
Tickets for ABQ RIDE’s 50th Luminaria Tour on Sale at Midnight, Friday, Nov. 28
Master predators of the Arctic struggling from climate change
Albuquerque was chosen as one of only six other cities across the nation, as a “focus city” to host GEW events.
A nod to the area's roots as the commercial core of the Mile-Hi Addition in the 1950s and its high potential for revitalization today.
The 6.8 acre state-of-the-art park is located west of 98th St. and south of Gibson.
Metro area public safety agencies have joined forces to host the second Sirens Collection Drive of the year for APS Homeless Students. The drive starts today, Nov. 17th and ends on Dec. 3rd.
Register for the 2014 Toys for Tots program between Oct. 2 and Dec. 4 for the upcoming holiday season.