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April 6, 2020 Coronavirus Updates and Resources

This week, Mayor Tim Keller announced: face covering are encouraged; $70 million in contruction projects; Mayor's First Lady's town hall; City boards and commission's plans to adapt; less-utilized trails and parks; and modified plan for Neighborhood Annual Clean Up.

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Good evening, Albuquerque--

Here at the city, we are committed to continuing to serve the residents of Albuquerque at the highest capacity possible while maintaining the safety of our staff. I want to thank all of you for stepping up for our community in many ways. 

At home, Liz and I are finding the joy in the little things during this 'new normal'--like going Teddy Bear hunting with our kids and delivering groceries to my parents doorstep.

We’re also working hard to keep all Albuquerque residents informed and up to date with daily updates streamed live on social media, and virtual town hall events online and over the phone.

For now everyone who can, must continue to stay home to slow the spread of the virus and help our healthcare professionals, first responders and other essential workers. Information on how to safely access essentials goods and services can be found below.

Thank you for being part of One Albuqeurque. Stay home and stay safe,

-Mayor Tim Keller

This week, Mayor Tim Keller announced:

  • Face Coverings Encouraged to Help Slow Community Spread of COVID-19
  • City Working to Prop Up Economy with Nearly $70 Million in Construction Projects
  • First Lady Hosts Virtual Town Hall
  • Mayor Keller Hosts Second Telephone Town Hall
  • Plan for City Boards and Commissions to Adapt to Coronavirus While Maintaining Public Engagement, Access to Local Government
  • Residents Encouraged to Visit Less-Utilized Trails and Parks to Help Keep Open Space Open
  • Modified Plan for City’s Largest Neighborhood Annual Clean Up Event