Official news from the City of Albuquerque
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.
Two experienced artists are needed to assist individuals with developmental risks and disabilities to teach art.
Volunteer for New Mexico PBS once a month.
City opens data to create smart phone apps
Interested volunteers must hold current membership in the Osher Institute.
Employee of the Week: Yolanda Lucero, Department of Senior Affairs
Mayor Richard J. Berry recognized four current members of the Albuquerque Fire Department, and two members of the Firefighters Random Acts group.
The entire Environmental Health Strategic Support Division is the most recent recipient of the Mayor’s Efficiency, Stewardship and Accountability award.
We need English and Bilingual volunteers to reach out to the many individuals and organizations that could benefit from our organization.
Help preserve history, educate the public in the history of transportation, and provide our visitors with an opportunity to experience travel as it used to be.
Help the museum create new programs, exhibitions and events.
Mayor & First Lady’s Charity Gala Helps Therapeutic Dance Company Reach More Vulnerable Kids & Teens
The long standing Albuquerque tradition will profit Keshet Dance Company
This week’s Friday’s Hero is Officer Robert Gibbs. Joy Klotz who works for the Department of Senior Affairs, is this week’s Employee of the Week.
A treasurer and members at large needed for board of directors.
Broad-based Veterans’ Preference/Recognition Hiring Program Begins
The highly anticipated project will be on the November ballot
Parks and Recreation Open Space Division Highlights Ways to Enjoy The Rio Grande
Share Albuquerque's Culture with travelers.