Official news from the City of Albuquerque
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.
Multiple Volunteers Needed for Various Activities.
Talking Talons Youth Leadership Open House Greeter Needed for Project Site.
YDI: Needs Coaches/Mentors for Youth ages 13-18.
Help keep our community safe from fire.
This list included twenty five cities from around the country and included the City of Albuquerque in its June 25 edition “25 Best Places To Retire In 2012” page(s) 194, 195 & Online.
Mayor Richard J. Berry recognized an officer from the Albuquerque Police Department for his role in ensuring the safety of a resident in a burning home.
Governor Susana Martinez, Mayor Richard J. Berry, CYFD Secretary Yolanda Deines, DOH Secretary Catherine Torres, local law enforcement leaders and non-profit providers presented a united front today in the battle against child maltreatment.
Mayor Richard J. Berry recognized three officers from the Albuquerque Police Department for their role in rescuing a developmentally disabled citizen.
Mayor Richard Berry announces that he has made appointments to the Albuquerque Museum Board of Trustees, the Biological Park Board, the Arts Board, and the Greater Albuquerque Recreational Trails Committee.
In his continued effort to make bicycling in Albuquerque more friendly, Mayor Richard J. Berry announces the opening of the Osuna Road under crossing on the North Diversion Trail.
Skilled Volunteer in IT needed to assist the Outcomes Inc.
Mayor Richard J. Berry recognized an officer from the Albuquerque Police Department for his role in saving the life of a woman at an Isotopes game.
The 18 Month $28 Million Dollar project reduced a travel lane in each direction from I-25 to Washington and added a bike lane and pedestrian amenities.