The City of Albuquerque request proposals from qualified consulting teams to assist with targeted updates to the Albuquerque-Bernalillo County Comprehensive Plan and with reshaping the City’s regulatory and policy framework governing land development into a new Unified Development Ordinance that consolidates multiple documents and incorporates best practices for land use and transportation planning and land development.
Route 66 Action Plan - Bringing Back the Mother Road
Information about Special Flood Hazard Areas, (also known as Flood Zones), in the City of Albuquerque and its surrounding areas, and why the City of Albuquerque is part of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
The Design Review Team (DRT) will focus on design and helping designers and applicants to understand and meet the City's various architectural and site layout standards.
To streamline the review of the adopted energy codes, the Building Safety Division will now require a new energy code checklist. The new form will require only the results of the energy calculations be submitted at time of application.
Weed season in Albuquerque has arrived. Are you prepared?