Announcements from Albuquerque Parks.
It’s hard to believe that summer is just about over and fall is creeping upon us. Once again we made it through fire closures and drought followed by over three inches of rain in July, with an epic storm blasting 90MPH winds. El Duende’s Pulaski needs a good sharpening after having to deal with all those trees and branches that were blocking our bosque trails.
What happened to the Big Branch?
Memorial bike ride for outstanding community leader
Group gets busy at popular park.
Mayor Berry, Parks and Recreation, YAFL players break ribbon at popular sports park
Roosevelt and Kit Carson Parks Officially Open
Some parks and pools closed, cleanup underway
Bike Education gurus James Bailey and Hugh Hulse provide bike to boy in need
City and County Leaders, Huning Highland Historic District NA, Parks and Recreation Plant Trees
Closure necessary to allow hole-by-hole work
While closures are in effect, the City and the Open Space Division strive to provide our citizens with recreational opportunities throughout the year. The Open Space Summer Series (details on page 7) continues through August and offers many chances to enjoy the outdoors and some of the best music, entertainment and speakers in Albuquerque.
North Domingo Baca complex taking shape
Parks and Recreation Director Barbara Baca and Veterans Affairs Liaison Roger Newall present employee veteran coins
Lifeguards act quickly to aid seizure patient
Course now using reclaimed water for irrigation
Get information about fun and healthy activities for you and your family.
Albuquerque 1st in list of Top 10 Urban Destinations For Nature-Lovers
Dividers on Taylor Ranch Road NW under construction
Earn-a-Bike Program participants now ready to ride!
Bill Pentler and Stephen Ryan named as City Employees of the Week