Support Local!


Join in the City’s Grab & Go Gift Stop Market Next Saturday, December 5
Do all of your local holiday shopping online! There’s no better way to check off your gift list than with handmade products from local makers. For an easy and safe shopping experience, Cultural Services has created an online store packed full of items from Albuquerque artisans. You can order online from over 50 local artisans from now until Wednesday, December 2. Then on Saturday, December 5 between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. join in the drive-through at the Albuquerque Museum to pick up your products curbside style. Visit: to get started. Happy shopping!

City Seeks Community Input For Next APD Chief


The City of Albuquerque is seeking community input for the Albuquerque Police Department’s (APD) next police chief with a new online survey. The City’s contracted specialist, Herb Crosby, along with city staff have been meeting virtually with community members and organizations to gather input as the search continues. The City is seeking input from the broader Albuquerque community through a survey option at: Community input through virtual meetings will continue through the end of this month, and the survey will be open for the remainder of the month as well. The search committee has held 22 community meetings already. The job posting for the APD Police Chief can be viewed here.

Free Online Genealogy Classes


Bernalillo County Office of Senior and Social Services Offering Free Online Genealogy Classes
Bernalillo County’s Office of The Office of Senior and Social Services will host free online beginner genealogy classes in November and December. The four-part genealogy series kicks off Monday, November 23 at 10:30 a.m. Classes are one and 1/2 hours long and are free and open to any Bernalillo County resident. Register online at:

Community Policing Council Meetings Happening Virtually


Have you been wanting to get more involved with your Community Policing Council (CPC)? Now is a great time to participate. All CPC meetings take place online, so it’s a safe way for you to be part of helping develop policy and procedures for the Albuquerque Police Department (APD). For a complete listing of all CPCs citywide and when they host their meetings, visit:

Fall Green Waste Pickup


Green waste pickup

Solid Waste Management Department Offers Fall Green Waste Pickup – A FREE service offered to Solid Waste customers.

City Solid Waste Management residential customers should mark their calendars for the City’s Fall Green Waste collection. The City of Albuquerque Solid Waste Management Department’s (SWMD) Fall green waste collection begins and will run from Monday, November 30, 2020 through Friday, December 11, 2020.

SWMD will collect residential green waste at no additional charge. SWMD customers should have their green waste at the curb by 7 a.m. on their regular trash and recycle collection day.

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