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Sept. 12, 2020 Community Hall Newsletter

This week, Mayor Tim Keller announced: Community Pet Services Unit; Chief Michael Geier Set to Retire; Second Annual Junk Jog; Spanish Town Hall; Online Recycling Activities for Students; Annual Stair Climb and Virtual 9/11 Memorial Ceremony; Grant Program for Outdoor Retail; Annual Flu Shot Drive; Community Input on Community Safety Department; Small Businesses Support; 2020 Mayor's Ball; Economic Relief to Residents; Grab & Go Food Truck Edition at the Rail Yards.

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Hello Albuquerque,

I want to start by recognizing our city’s continued resilience from our fight against COVID to the unpredictable challenges that mother nature blows in this week, we see Burqueños step up for one another every single day. This week, I saw and heard stories about neighbors helping neighbors clean up the mess left behind by strong winds and the dedication that City employees showed, working late hours and in the cold weather. 

This is the way that we face our challenges in Albuquerque - together. We also came together this week (virtually) to commemorate September 11 and all of the lives lost due to acts of hatred. I hope that we remember every day to keep the memory of the courageous first responders who sacrificed themselves and honor them by standing up for each other. 

We know that there is a lot of work to be done, but we'll keep  stepping up for our community from keeping our city healthy and clean to making boosting our local economy. 

Stay safe and healthy, Albuquerque.

-Mayor Tim Keller

This week, Mayor Tim Keller announced:

  • AWD “We Care” Community Pet Services Unit
  • Chief Michael Geier Set to Retire
  • Keep Albuquerque Beautiful and Solid Waste Host Second Annual Junk Jog on September 19
  • Spanish Town Hall on Sept. 15
  • Solid Waste Management Launches Online Recycling Activities for Albuquerque Students
  • Albuquerque Fire Rescue Hosts Annual Stair Climb and Virtual 9/11 Memorial Ceremony
  • Mayor Keller Boosting Outdoor Retail with Grant Program
  • Mayor Keller, City, Community Partners to Ramp Up Annual Flu Shot Drive as Capacity Test for Potential COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution
  • City Takes Community Input to Help Shape First-of-its-Kind Community Safety Department During Facilitated Input Sessions
  • City to Support Small Businesses with Personal Protection Equipment
  • Join Us for the 2020 Mayor's Ball
  • Providing Economic Relief to Albuquerque Residents Left Behind by Federal Relief Packages
  • Grab & Go Food Truck Edition at the Rail Yards