Official news from the City of Albuquerque
Paramedics Esquipula Tenorio, Sara Jones, Nathaniel Meisner, and Matthew Chinchilla are this week’s Friday’s Heroes.
Ms. Robin Hammer has been nominated to be the next Independent Review Officer [IRO].
Volunteer with Altrusa International Inc., of Albuquerque a community service organization.
Share Your Care, INC needs a translator for a participant in their program.
Paseo del Bosque Trail gets top marks
Mayor Berry, Architects and Convention Planners Share Plans to improve the Albuquerque Convention Center.
Richard J. Barros works in the Department of Solid Waste for the Commercial Division and he is this week’s employee of the week.
Mayor Richard J. Berry recognized a group of members from the Albuquerque Fire Department for coming to the aid of a co-worker when he and his family needed it most.
Partnership with the University of New Mexico School of Architecture and Planning
Indian Pueblo Cultural Center.
Bike MS: Pedal los Pueblos is the National MS Society's premiere cycling event in Northern New Mexico.
Join the Presbyterian volunteer team.
Today Mayor Richard J. Berry announced the new acting director for the City of Albuquerque’s Planning Department. For the past year and a half Suzanne Lubar has been managing the Real Property Division within the city.
Mayor Berry, UNM, and Bernalillo County gather to tout youth camp success
During the month of July law enforcement agencies will place extra emphasis on motorists with a unsecured load on our highways and surface streets.
The City of Albuquerque along with the Albuquerque Theatre Guild awarded local students with scholarships to put towards their college education for extra-curricular theatre-education classes.
As part of continuing efforts to revitalize downtown Mayor Richard J. Berry announced plans for a downtown grocery just north of Silver between 2nd and 3rd streets.
Woodland areas surrounding Rio Grande go into a partial closure; established paths and levee roads remain open. Caution urged.
Mayor Richard J. Berry and the City of Albuquerque’s Safe City Strike Force announced the demolition of two crime ridden hotels today.