News from Mayor Richard J. Berry
City of Albuquerque Makes Giant Step into Systems Automation
White House Initiated National Conversation on Mental Health
The City of Albuquerque will be downgrading Fire Restrictions to Stage I
2013 Total Bested Only By Record Year of 2008
Friday’s Heroes: Leah Whitling, Charles Montoya, Arturo Heines, and Sybil Trasher- Crossing Guards employed by APD
ESA Recipient: Dwayne Salisbury Total ESA Savings at $14.5 Million
Albuquerque Mayor Richard J. Berry applauded recent trade numbers released by the U.S. Department of Commerce International Trade Administration (ITA).
Berry Administration and M-Series Union Come to Agreement
26 Groups Already Booked for in FY14
New Mexico and Southern California Icon Dr. George Fischbeck First Inductee on Monday, July 8
Friday’s Hero: Isaac Lill
New program hopes to build community/paramedic relationships and increase efficiency of 911 emergency response system
Park and Ride Service Available from Two Locations
Have a safe and fire-free holiday!
Over a Million Guests Visit ABQ BioPark
Friday’s Hero: APD Officer Robert Mitchell
Mayor Berry steps Up Albuquerque game in Recycling – City jumping from 5% to over 25% in the years ahead
Mayor Richard J. Berry, the Solid Waste Management Department and Friedman Recycling formally cut the ceremonial ribbon on a new state-of-the-art single-stream Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) today.
Decades after the current administration, city will boast of well-planned infrastructure and quality of life initiatives
The bonds were placed with the State Treasurer, saving the city more than $900,000.
The City of Albuquerque is sponsoring and engaging in various events this week in celebration of National Small Business Week.