Official news from the City of Albuquerque
A community risk reduction grant was awarded to the Albuquerque Fire Department to address the needs of Albuquerque’s special needs demographic, specifically citizens who are 65 years or older and citizens who are hearing and/or visually impaired.
$27 Million Dollar Project allows property owners to fulfill the American Dream
The Strange is the Albuquerque Music Office's featured Band of the Month for October 2014.
Employee of the Week: Animal Welfare Marketing Manager Desiree Cawley
World Renowned Author, Teacher and Poet Honored in a Ceremony at the Alvarado Transportation Center
Grand reopening of Academy Hills Park, dedication of new public art piece & annual Fall Festival.
New Mexico Educators Federal Credit Union employee Shana Runck honored in Washington D.C. and Albuquerque
Dr. Barry Ramo recognized for lifesaving work
Friday’s Heroes: APD Officers Vicente Martinez and John Burley AFD Rescue 8 & Engine 4 Lt. James Perez, Driver Ross Roybal, Lt. Michael Brophy, Driver Karl Zink, FF Brant Gibbs, and FF Jeff Dallman
Mayor Berry Joins bipartisan Moneyball for Government All-Star Team and Top Albuquerque Official Selected for New Local Moneyball for Government Fellowship Program
The City of Albuquerque is one of a handful of municipalities selected for the 2015 Code of American Fellowship Program, a prestigious undertaking that pairs civic-minded technologists with a local government for a year-long collaborating.
Each year passionate volunteers are what make Albuquerque's Race for the Cure® possible. We have volunteer opportunities LEADING up to the Race at our main office and on the day of the event at Manzano High School.
Sandia 5K/10K Race Volunteer: Saturday, September 20, 2014
A celebration of the new lanes added onto I-40 Westbound at Unser Blvd and 98th/St. Arroyo Vista Blvd off ramps.
Mayor Richard J. Berry and First Lady Maria Berry joined United Way of Central New Mexico, The Community Foundation, and Albuquerque Heading Home to present the local non-profits with proceeds from the 2014 Mayor & First Lady’s Charity Gala
The New Mexico Recreation and Park Association has a tough job choosing the best Parks and Recreation Departments throughout the state, but this year Albuquerque rose above them all
Ah, the elms of Albuquerque. We love them, we hate them, we love to hate them. I eat them. Okay, better explain all that…
Academy Hills Park re-opens with new jogging path, benches, landscaping and irrigation system.
Members of four unions to receive 3% raise