Official news from the City of Albuquerque
Inspection of Public Records Act (IPRA) requests have a significant impact on the City. The City needs to identify cost effective solutions to process IPRA requests.
The City has designed and implemented strong controls over the P-Card program. However, there has been a breakdown of the operation and monitoring of those controls, which has caused a breakdown in compliance with rules, regulations, and P&P over P-Cards. It is important that the City take steps to correct issues and ensure the P-Card program is operating as intended.
A draft final of the Rio Grande Valley State Park, Central to Montaño Project: Environmental Monitoring Plan and Baseline Data Report is now available.
This award is given to employers who have supported the National Guard or Reserve by hiring an unemployed or underemployed member.
City and County officials are joining forces with New Mexico Appleseed to provide a program that gives underprivileged children healthy, balanced dinners
Patterns and ideas from the natural world can inspire innovation for our lives.
You Only Need a Cellphone with Texting to Find Out the Scheduled Arrival of Your Next Two Buses
Build a Playground
Cash donations accepted
Fountains in parks and dog-parks are turned off to protect the pipes from freezing.
Every year the Mayor & First Lady’s Charity Gala raises funds to support local non-profits- the selection process for the 2015 Gala is now open to applicants
Free Community Celebration Planned for October 23, 2014
Homeless Services-Heading Home Vista Volunteer
MINDS INTERUPPTED: STORIES OF LIVES AFFECTED BY MENTAL ILLNESS
The Andalucia community gave David Flores a custom framed photo of the park complete with everyone’s signature.
Community partners help present BioPark’s biggest party of the year
Mayor Richard J. Berry has formulated a team focused on creating a Plan for Prosperity [P4P] designed for people living in Albuquerque
Gravel mulching, tree canopy loss and the heat island effect
Help with annual Festival of Trees, December 3-7, 2014
Residents urged to take precautions.