Sustainability Public Meeting Seeks Community Input

Join the City’s Sustainability Office for a transportation-focused Climate Action Plan Implementation Community Engagement meeting. The community is invited to share their thoughts with the City, who will tailor its sustainability projects to meet the public’s needs and expectations. The upcoming Climate Action Plan Implementation Community Engagement meeting will focus on electric vehicle related projects and programs, including Transit’s Zero Emissions Plan, as well as opportunities for the public to provide input. The virtual meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 19, 2023, 5:00 – 6:00 pm via Zoom and the public is encouraged to attend. To learn more, visit:

ONC Hosting Virtual Lunch and Learn Training on NeighborWoods Program

The Office of Neighborhood Coordination (ONC) is hosting a virtual Lunch and Learn training session on the NeighborWoods Program and how this program benefits residents and neighborhoods in Albuquerque. Panelists will include NeighborWoods staff and various neighborhood residents from across the City who have participated in the program. The ONC will moderate. This training is free, open to the public, and will be recorded and uploaded to the ONC’s YouTube channel for those who cannot attend. To register, visit:

Project Heart Start Hosting Free CPR Training This Saturday

Project Heart Start Day 2023 is this Saturday, April 15 and the public is encouraged to come out and get CPR-trained for free! Come out to University Stadium for one of three sessions and be trained by members of the UNM football team, women’s soccer team, and other athletes along with Project Heart Start staff. You’ll learn hands-only CPR, how to use an AED (Automated External Defibrillator), how to save a choking victim and how to recognize the signs and symptoms of a heart attack. There is free parking at Stadium West, and sessions at 9:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.

Those who sign-up online will receive 2 FREE tickets to the Football home opener vs. Tennessee Tech.

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Affordable Housing Engagement Event April 11th

Housing Forward Proposed IDO Changes

Housing Forward Proposed Building Heights

Housing Forward ABQ: Increasing housing supply and promoting access for all.
Please visit our website for more information on the administration’s policy and zoning proposals.

City Council Land Use Planning and Zoning Committee, Wednesday, April 12, 5 PM:

Springing into Action in ABQ

Hello Albuquerque,

It’s officially spring, and as we enter this new season, we want to acknowledge where we are and where we are headed. 

There are many new projects on our City’s horizon, as we continue strengthening our community, expanding opportunities, and creating spaces for current and future generations to enjoy. We are moving forward with a land swap deal with the State to bring closure to several land issues and advance important projects. The swap secures acreage needed at a critical downtown location for the Rail Trail, as well as another property for our Solid Waste Department. A State public safety facility will be taking over City land at 1250 Menaul, previously under consideration for transfer station and temporarily for a safe outdoor space. Accordingly, there will be no safe outdoor space or transfer station at the site. 

We also unveiled plans for a new multigenerational center in the heart of the historic Santa Barbara-Martineztown neighborhood that will break ground this summer. This weekend, Albuquerque Community Safety (ACS) will be hosting a community celebration and groundbreaking on their long-awaited headquarters at San Mateo & Kathryn. And last but not least, we announced that the New Media Academy will be housed at our Rail Yards, teaching the next generation of filmmakers right here in the Duke City. All around us, there are reminders of the good that is possible through collaboration and a shared dedication to making our home the best it can be.

We are hopeful for our city because we see the work that our team is doing each and every day to make Albuquerque safer and more inclusive. Whether it’s new opportunities for our creative community or getting more people in touch with housing and resources, we have seen glimpses of Albuquerque’s full potential. We’re determined to keep raising the bar so that our city is a place where families can thrive in healthy, supportive communities. 


Mayor Tim Keller