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July 2019 Community Hall Newsletter

In this Community Hall, you'll find information on mid-year progress on crime-fighting, the One Albuquerque Housing Fund, summer meal programs for kids, innovative solutions to address Albuquerque Fire Rescue’s high-call volume, and new partnerships with our Sister City, Chihuahua, Mexico!

Bringing City Hall to the Community

Summer is heating up!

In this Community Hall, you'll find:


This past few weeks, we also:

Also this month, we’re making it easier for residents to learn more about crime-fighting strategies, results and ways to get involved. Our new Crime Strategy webpage breaks down plans to fight crime from all sides into 20 different categories including community policing, behavioral health, gun violence, children’s safety and more. We have a suite of strategies that cut across different departments and tackle complex, long-term problems. We’re making it simpler for residents to find out what how we’re approaching these issues, how it’s working, and how you can get involved. This is just one way that we’re putting information and resources into the hands of our community.

Check it out by clicking here.

This new tool comes on the heels of the announcement that APD has added over 100 new officers in the past year - putting our city on track to meet our goal to hire another 300 officers. We are in a stronger position now to meet more community needs with proactive policing as a result of hiring 100 new officers. You can learn more about this below.
Thank you for staying up to date with all that's going on in our city. Together, we are One Albuquerque! 

-Mayor Tim Keller

P.S. - Interested in getting more involved in the community? Click below!


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