Breaking Ground on Westside’s New Multi-Gen at Cibola Loop

ALBUQUERQUE – Mayor Tim Keller and City leaders will host a groundbreaking for the construction of a new multigenerational center in northwest Albuquerque located near Cibola Loop and Luna Park NW. The planned facility will offer direct access to city services and programs for Albuquerque residents including youth, seniors, and adults.

WHO:Mayor Tim Keller;
Anna Sanchez, Director of Senior Affairs;
Area Elected Officials
WHAT:Cibola Loop Multigenerational Center Announcement
WHEN:Tuesday, May 21, 2024 at 2:00 p.m.   
WHERE:   Cibola Loop NW & Luna Park NW
Albuquerque, NM 87114

ONE Albuquerque Planning Newsletter February 2024

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The West Mesa and Northwest Mesa Community Planning Area (CPA) Assessments are about to start! Make sure you’re getting updates on when the Long-Range team will be in your neighborhood! 

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Reminder – East Gateway Open House

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City Leaders Academy Spring 2024 Session March 2nd

You are invited to attend the 2024 City Leaders Academy session on March 2, 2024.
At this session we will actively learn how to navigate the Integrative Development Ordinance (IDO zoning code). In a hands-on training, learn about how Overlay Zones apply to your zoning district, how the City of Albuquerque Comprehensive Plan affects development in your city, and how you can get involved in local community planning efforts.

The goal of the City Leaders Academy is to help members of the community fully and effectively engage in local government.

Please join us!

  • When: Saturday, March 2nd, 2024
    • 10:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
  • Where: Don Newton-Taylor Ranch Community Center, 4900 Kachina St NW, Albuquerque, NM 87120

Please RSVP by February 23rd, 2024 by clicking here. Space is limited. Food and drinks will be provided.

For more information about the event visit the IDO Events website.
Please see map and visit the center website for more information about the venue.

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ONE Albuquerque January Newsletter

Happy New Year, Albuquerque.

As we embark on 2024, we are taking time to reflect on the many successes of the last year like a record-breaking Balloon Fiesta, major progress on housing policy, expanding public safety resources, and so much more. In fact, you can find out more about our City’s accomplishments here in our “Year in Review” report.

We are also taking time to refresh our efforts and focus on making Albuquerque the best city for families. In just a few weeks, we will be at the legislative session, advocating for funding and policies that can move our city forward in these endeavors.

For the first time in decades, crime stats are trending in the right direction. Plans for better access and more housing are actually being realized. That’s why we must double down and capitalize on this momentum as we are looking to partner with the State to invest in needed services.

No city has more potential than ABQ to be the best place for families. But this is only something we can achieve together. Join us in our crusade during the session and let your legislators know that it’s time to give ABQ families the attention they deserve. And if you want to take your community engagement to the next level, the City offers so many opportunities to get involved through jobsvolunteering, or even boards and commissions like the ones listed in this letter.

Let’s fulfill the promise of Albuquerque together. 

Sincerely,

Mayor Tim Keller

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IDO 2023 Annual Update – Hearing #2 January 11th

IDO Annual Update 2023
Environmental Planning Commission Hearing #2

EPC will consider proposed Conditions of Approval and vote on a recommendation to City Council about the proposed amendments to the City’s zoning code: the Integrated Development Ordinance (IDO).

  • Thursday, January 11
  • 8:45 am via Zoom
  • Meeting materials and Zoom info will be posted here.

EPC is the first step of the City’s review/decision process. The Annual Update heads to City Council’s Land Use, Planning, and Zoning Committee next. 

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