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One Albuquerque: Engage

Elevating public experiences while increasing public safety throughout Albuquerque.

What does One Albuquerque: Engage do?

  • Encourages new businesses to move in and existing businesses to grow by filling vacant buildings with creative temporary experiences and attractions.
  • Attracts people to underutilized areas while enhancing social experiences.
  • Works to activate indoor and outdoor spaces fostering a safer, more vital downtown.
  • Partners with organizations and businesses already making a positive impact through a variety of arts, performance, dining, and shopping experiences.

For more information on May 3 activities, visit the comprehensive ABQ Artwalk event and rundown - and this Map of Events and Activities.

A man getting food with the One ABQ logo on the side.

Amplify an Opportunity or Event


Are you doing something cool that we should know about? One Albuquerque: Engage wants to amplify all the hard work being done in and around the areas we are aiming to activate. If you have something planned that we should know about – tell us about it here.

Promote My Event


Need something else?

Contact the One ABQ: Engage Team at [email protected].


Legal Disclaimer

  • A Pop Up Business License issued for the OneABQ Engage initiative is temporary. It is not a full business license and should not be treated as such. If you are interested in obtaining a full business license, please contact Business Registration at (505) 924-3890 or [email protected]

  • An application for a temporary business license or an inquiry into use of vacant space does not guarantee the use of that space. Only those who properly follow the application process and are selected by the City may use the space. Furthermore, those who are selected may only conduct business at the specific location the City has set aside for them, not any other vacant or available spaces that are a part of OneABQ Engage.
  • The City seeks to promote events that align with the mission of OneABQ Engage, and it is at the City’s discretion to decide what events it will promote. Notifying the City about your event for promotional purposes does not guarantee that the City will promote your event.