Official news from the City of Albuquerque
The Holsteins of the Goat World
View the resumes of Doug Antoon, Nancy Cooper, Eric Garcia, and Jonathan Siegel, nominees to the City's Board of Ethics.
Albuquerque Selected as a Finalist in the Running to Receive Up to $1 Million from Bloomberg Philanthropies for Public Art that Addresses Civic Topics
237 U.S. Cities Applied from 45 States, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico
A few words from Vice President Brad Winter.
Albuquerque Rapid Transit rolls out updates to Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Project
“Life isn't a matter of milestones, but of moments.” Rose Kennedy
Working to Fix Problem
02-25-15 - 15-102 - Performance Audit - Albuquerque Convention Center Renovation – Phase II Change Orders
The Department of Municipal Development (DMD) should be aware of and abide by contractual requirements, should perform an independent review of change orders and change order requests, and formally document City approval when change order work is authorized to begin. By addressing these items, DMD will improve project management and may help to identify additional cost savings in future projects. Strengthening and clarifying the contractual language regarding the consultant’s review of change orders will assist and benefit the City by increasing the level of confidence placed on the consultant in the future.
Learn about gorillas and other African species at the next Science Cafe.
"Are you tough as nails? Would you rather sleep on a bed of pine needles than a mattress? Do you find video games pointless and shopping malls stupid? Do you march to the beat of your own drummer? Did you make the drum yourself? If so, you just might have what it takes to be a Swanson." - (NBC)Parks and Recreation Ron Swanson ad
Beauty fills the bosque even in winter's slumber
Councilor Benton Comments on Homeless Camp
Donate books to help Albuquerque families with limited resources.
PARCH is a group exhibition exploring the nature of Water. Water has a transformational quality, carving the political and physical landscapes of our world.
Part of the City of Albuquerque’s Annual “Read to Me” Book Drive
The Citizens' Independent Salary Commission studied the roles of the Mayor and City Councilors, sought input from the public, and studied like-size municipalities. After careful study and a transparent review process, the Commission has determined increases in salaries for the Mayor and City Councilors.
City Projects Save Energy and Taxpayer Dollars and Earn Big Rebate Checks
Renovations to begin on the former Noonday building