Report Water Waste to ABCWUA Online

Are you passionate about conserving water? The Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority (ABCWUA) needs your help in addressing outdoor water waste. Encourage your friends, family, and neighbors to join you in reporting water waste. By raising awareness, we can inspire others to take action as well. ABCWUA has an online reporting system that lets you easily report waste from your phone, tablet, or computer. This an excellent tool for those of you who observe water waste during your daily walks. To report water waste online, visit:


Hello Albuquerque,

What a great start to our summer. We hope you have been taking advantage of this wonderful weather and exploring the city whether it’s hiking in the Foothills, taking a dip at a City pool, or supporting local vendors at Art Walk, the Rail Yards Market, and PrideFest. Here at the City, we’re feeling rejuvenated in our mission to make Albuquerque the best it can be. We’re ready for this new season, and we’re maintaining momentum from the 2023 State of the City.

This year’s celebration centered around “the power of us.” Every day, we have the opportunity to make a positive impact on those around us and ultimately shape the future of our city. As Burqueños, we are bound together by shared values and a deep appreciation for our home. Our collective power is evident as we continue to create and implement solutions to challenges that affect all of us like public safety, housing, and economic development. 

We appreciate everyone who joined us and shared their stories at State of the City, especially our featured storytellers – Kyle, Dawn, Marie, Vanessa, DeVante, and Tom – who made this event so special and who are continuously making our city better. You can watch their stories and the full speech here.

We are so grateful for this community and we are inspired by the story that we are writing together. Thank you to everyone who is joining us in moving Albuquerque towards its bright and beautiful future.

Mayor Tim Keller


Report Illegal Fireworks By Calling 311 Or Reporting Online

As we head into firework season, remember that you can report illegal firework activity by using the ABQ311 App, which you can download at: You can also make an online report at: If you see a fire, report it immediately by calling 911. If you see any suspicious activity, report it by calling 242-COPS. As well, the 311 Call Center will have the following hours to address firework calls:

  • Friday, June 30: 6 a.m. to midnight
  • Saturday, July 1: 6 a.m. to midnight
  • Sunday, July 2: 9 a.m. to midnight
  • Monday, July 3: 6 a.m. to midnight
  • Tuesday, July 4: 3 p.m. to midnight

Northwest Area Command Hosts “Coffee with a Cop” This Thursday

You are invited to join the officers of the Northwest Area Command this Thursday, June 8 at 9:30 a.m. for “Coffee with a Cop.” This event is open to the public and takes place at the Keller Williams Realty Office, 6240 Riverside Plaza NW. This is a great opportunity to ask questions, share concerns, and enjoy some complimentary coffee. To learn more, visit:

Community Policing Councils Recruiting New Members

The Albuquerque Community Policing Councils (CPC) are actively recruiting new members and the public is encouraged to participate and apply. The only requirement is to be 16 years of age or older, and concerned about law enforcement in your neighborhood. There are six CPCs citywide, and each one meets once a month. This is a wonderful opportunity to share your concerns and to have input into Albuquerque Police Department (APD) policies or areas that may need improvement. So if you or someone you know has concerns about public safety and would like to be part of the civic process in Albuquerque, the CPCs are for you. The Valley Area Command CPC, the Northwest Area Command CPC and the Southwest Area Command CPC are all actively seeking new members and the time commitment is approximately 10 hours per month. For more information, contact Kelly Mensah, CPC Liaison, at: or visit: Community Policing Councils — City of Albuquerque (