Announcements from Albuquerque Parks.
"Are you tough as nails? Would you rather sleep on a bed of pine needles than a mattress? Do you find video games pointless and shopping malls stupid? Do you march to the beat of your own drummer? Did you make the drum yourself? If so, you just might have what it takes to be a Swanson." - (NBC)Parks and Recreation Ron Swanson ad
PARCH is a group exhibition exploring the nature of Water. Water has a transformational quality, carving the political and physical landscapes of our world.
The City of Albuquerque Parks and Recreation Department announces that it will be working on trail improvements in the Rio Grande Valley State Park from Central to I-40 on the east side of the river.
Special thanks to our Albuquerque Parks and Recreation Maintenance Division who work even harder during snow days. Keep up the good work!
The City of Albuquerque's Open Space Division and Albuquerque-Bernalillo County Water Authority are undertaking a habitat restoration project in the area near the Paseo del Norte Bridge.
Welcome to 2015! A message from Mayor Richard J. Berry.
Paseo del Bosque and other trails are featured in this recent article by "On the Commons" Magazine.
Employee of the Week: Alessandra Fernandez
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.
Fountains in parks and dog-parks are turned off to protect the pipes from freezing.
Free Community Celebration Planned for October 23, 2014
The Andalucia community gave David Flores a custom framed photo of the park complete with everyone’s signature.
Tony Barron, Assistant Open Space Superintendent, started working for the City’s Parks and Recreation Department on November 15th, 1982. He will be retiring this fall. Here, Tony recounts some of his early experiences at the Open Space Division.
Rio Grande Community Farm (RGCF) is a non-profit, educational farm in the North Valley and partner organization of the City of Albuquerque Open Space Division.
Summer Edition of the Open Space News.
Project to repave and stripe popular trail expected to finish by July 3, 2014
Cesar Chavez Community Center home for water feature opening 2015
Wheelchair athletes keen on easy new access
Construction in Park ahead of schedule