Official news from the City of Albuquerque
Multiple city, State and Federal agencies teamed up once again this year to make the Fourth of July holiday safe for Albuquerque’s citizens and visitors. From Police, EMS and Fire Suppression standbys at Freedom Fourth and Isotopes Stadium to illegal firework and Open Space patrols- the city was well covered.
Summer Edition of the Open Space News.
Help Albuquerque in the Living Cities Accelerator program!
Jellyfish bodies are beautiful, delicate and powerful
The City of Albuquerque request proposals from qualified consulting teams to assist with targeted updates to the Albuquerque-Bernalillo County Comprehensive Plan and with reshaping the City’s regulatory and policy framework governing land development into a new Unified Development Ordinance that consolidates multiple documents and incorporates best practices for land use and transportation planning and land development.
Fire Department leaders are encouraging Metro Area residents to attend public firework displays instead of purchasing fireworks. The City-sponsored Freedom Fourth and Isotopes Park displays are two examples of high quality, enjoyable, and safe events.
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Change at Air Force Base Begins Monday, July 7, 2014
USA Spirit to Fill KiMo Theatre
City’s Creative Approach to Fuel Cost Management Realizes Significant Savings
New Facility To Feature Arthropods From Across Globe
Uptown Growers Market is Every Saturday until October.
Project to repave and stripe popular trail expected to finish by July 3, 2014
Cesar Chavez Community Center home for water feature opening 2015
17 Volunteer Teams make the Ranch work, we have a place for you!-WNCR is located 10 miles north of the I-40/Edgewood (187) exit