Official news from the City of Albuquerque
The City of Albuquerque has taken steps toward resolving the unidentified operating fund balance outlined in CAFR finding #06-16. To resolve the finding, a comprehensive written corrective action plan must be created and be supported by the City’s Administration. Prioritizing the resolution of the unidentified operating grants fund balance by creating a comprehensive corrective action plan and holding grantee departments accountable will help to expedite the process. The City needs to dedicate resources to fully implement the grants management module, which will greatly enhance the City’s ability to prevent future unidentified fund balances. Establishing formal internal controls, written policies and procedures, regular training sessions, and reviewing the structure for the fiscal operation of grants will provide future assurance that the operating grants fund balance will remain complete and accurate.
Shuttle Service into Fairgrounds from Casino Entrance Continues Along with New, Discounted Fair Pass
Running Start for Careers VISTA Positions
USA Weightlifting 2014 National University Championships: Registration volunteer, Escort volunteer, Hospitality volunteer and credential checking volunteer
Homeless Service-Join a Home Team
Young Scientist Needed!
Operation Preservation Project Leader-Interested in helping the Museum restore its aircraft? We are looking for motivated volunteers interested in taking on the role of Project Leader.
Grow Green Landscape Assistants
The next City of Albuquerque Personnel Board Election is Oct. 14, 2014.
Bear Canyon Senior Center Recognized for Outstanding Service to Community and Received National Accreditation.
Celebrate the KiMo's 87th birthday with a classic silent film accompanied by live original score
Inspire Students! Informal Museum Educators-As an Education Docent, you’ll present science and history programming in an informal classroom setting to students ages K-12.
Share Your Knowledge: Museum Docent-We’re seeking individuals who love meeting new people
Get a front row seat to learn about innovative companies from across New Mexico through creative and fast-paced ‘Shark Tank’ style presentations.
Dozens of area employers with a wide range of jobs and career opportunities are participating in this special hiring event that focuses on matching real life skills to jobs, as a complement to other pathways to employment.
On June 7, 2014 Councilor Gibson was joined by 60 residents at her first District 7 Town Hall meeting.
Serve your community on the Metropolitan Parks & Recreation Advisory Board!