Information about updates to Sector Development Plans.
The Albuquerque/Bernalillo County Comprehensive Plan and the Planned Growth Strategy (PGS) provide the policy framework for the physical development of our community.
Lower-ranking plans for sub-areas of the city and county provide more detailed policy direction to help implement the Comprehensive Plan and PGS.
The Planning Department, assisted by on-call planning consultants, has initiated development of several new sub-area plans and amendments/updates to existing plans and policies.
The overall goals for these planning efforts are:
- Implement Centers & Corridors policies
- Enhance the livability of communities
- Attain stakeholder agreement through the planning process
- Develop regulatory and capital project plans
Note: The dates shown for each project are ideal goals. Target dates for EPC and City Council hearings are subject to a number of factors and may change accordingly.
The following draft plans and projects are ongoing and have yet to be adopted by the City Council. For adopted sector plans and publications, please go to the Planning Department's Publications and Documents.
The Planning Department also uses this site for periodic status reports on the following projects:
On October 9, 2014, the Environmental Planning Commission (EPC) unanimously voted to recommend approval of the Bikeways & Trails Facility Plan to City Council
Update to the 1984 Coors Corridor Plan, a long range plan with policies and project recommendations for Coors Blvd. and Coors Bypass and design regulations for adjacent development.
Contact: Lorena Patten-Quintana, Planner/Project Manager - 505-924-3940
Contact: Petra Morris, 505-924-3897
Contact: Rebecca Velarde, Division Manager - 505-924-3844
Route 66 Action Plan - Bringing Back the Mother Road
Mikaela Renz-Whitmore, 505-924-3932, Long Range Planning or Andrew Webb, 505-768-3161, City Council Services