Official news from the City of Albuquerque
Employee of the Week: Sounthone Sanouvang
Friday’s Hero: Officer Hector Marquez
Mayor Richard J. Berry's 2013 State of the City Address.
Popular park gets new turf, grounds upgrades
Center for Digital Government and National League of Cities congratulates Albuquerque and other 2013 Digital Cities Survey Winners
With temperatures starting to dip, City of Albuquerque Street Maintenance crews are preparing for frozen precipitation.
Lowe’s will donate 300 smoke alarms to Albuquerque seniors on behalf of the Lowe’s Heroes Project
Department of Health reports fatal plague case in Bernalillo County man; fourth New Mexico plague case in 2013.
Have you noticed a City of Albuquerque employee going above-and-beyond? Let us know.
Veterinarians and Elephant Keepers Celebrated for Birth of Calf
Friday’s Heroes: Sgt. Jeremy Basset, Officer Chad Melvin, Officer Jesus Banuelos, Officer Mark Dietz, & Officer Matthew Schmidt
Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards (GAGAS) issued by the Comptroller General of the United States Government Accountability Office require audit organizations to have an external peer review at least once every three years. The City of Albuquerque Office of Internal Audit (OIA) passed its triennial peer review on October 11, 2013, with the highest possible rating.
Parks & Recreation Department (PRD) Park Management can improve upon the valuable services it provides to the citizens of Albuquerque. The Department’s recognition that change can only happen through active engagement and participation is a crucial step which will lead to the furthered success of the Department. By accepting and implementing the recommendations listed in the audit report, PRD will position itself toward becoming a proactive, organized, successful division within the City of Albuquerque.
The Solid Waste Management Department has opportunities for improving its system of internal controls. Such controls are vital to ensuring accountability, consistent operations and integrity of information assets. By implementing the recommendations in this report, SWMD can improve its system of internal controls as it continues to improve delivery of premier residential solid waste collections services to the City of Albuquerque.
View financial report information for the candidates in the City Council District 7 runoff election.
Training sheltered Pit Bulls basic skills.
Outdoor Recreation team provides equipment and instruction for adapted APS students
Fiscal Year 2014 sees continued increases in GRT
Realistic drill involves multiple agencies, victims to test response.