Official news from the City of Albuquerque
Data Collector Specialist
Volunteer needed in many areas
The City of Albuquerque’s Film Office just completed a record week for film permits processed.
Mayor Richard J. Berry announced today that the City of Albuquerque has officially completed its city wide roll out of the blue recycling carts to Albuquerque residents today.
Grounds Clean Up
Albuquerque's minimum wage for workers increases on Jan. 1, 2014.
The Sandhill cranes are back!
This latest construction is what people are going to notice the most
Employee of the Week: Theresa Alling
Information about Special Flood Hazard Areas, (also known as Flood Zones), in the City of Albuquerque and its surrounding areas, and why the City of Albuquerque is part of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
Keep Albuquerque Beautiful, a program of the Solid Waste Management Department, and Warehouse 508 invite everyone to the second annual Trashion Fashion Show.
Female calf is ready to venture into the yard at one week old.
Volunteer Drivers and Route Supporters
100+ jobs to Albuquerque metro
It’s hard to believe that summer is just about over and fall is creeping upon us. Once again we made it through fire closures and drought followed by over three inches of rain in July, with an epic storm blasting 90MPH winds. El Duende’s Pulaski needs a good sharpening after having to deal with all those trees and branches that were blocking our bosque trails.
Mother and calf are bonding behind-the-scenes before their public debut.
Neon Sign will light the future of the rail yards
Renamed “Economy Lot”, Now Features Covered Parking At Same Rate of $7/day
Policies Ensures that Attention is paid to National Guardsmen and Reservists