311 Community Survey Seeks Feedback to Improve Services

The City’s 311 Community Contact Center is launching an effort to get  feedback on the service it provides to residents and visitors with its annual Customer Satisfaction Survey. The survey was created to gather information about user experiences with contacting 311 and the service they received from call agents. The contact center provides information and takes requests for all City of Albuquerque non-emergency services by phone, the ABQ311 mobile app, social media, and the cabq.gov web app. This free service ensures the City of Albuquerque remains more open, accessible, and available to help everyone who lives and passes through our city. To take the survey online, visit: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2024311

Westside Vision for 2100 UNM Outreach Event Coming Up This Thursday

The UNM Community and Regional Planning Department Graduate Program is hosting a launch event for its Westside Vision for 2100 Capstone Project and the public is invited to attend! The Project intends to develop a vision for growth on Albuquerque’s West Side for the next 80 years, specifically in the region north of Central and I-40 up to the Sandoval County line, and from Coors to the Rio Puerco. This area of the City is expected to absorb the majority of Bernalillo County’s growth in the coming years, and this growth may encompass areas such as economic development, transportation, open space networks, and overall quality of life.

The launch event will take place Thursday, March 7 at the Ladera Golf Course. There is a survey that residents can take by scanning the QR codes in the header above. For more information, send an e-mail to: westsidevision2100@gmail.com