|The City Council’s Land Use, Planning, and Zoning (LUPZ) Committee will review proposed changes to the Integrated Development Ordinance (IDO), the City’s zoning code, on Wednesday, May 5 at 3 p.m. via Zoom.|
For details on how to join the Zoom meeting, please refer to the LUPZ agenda, available here: Legistar Calendar
This first LUPZ hearing will include a presentation from staff, and public comments will be taken.
You can also send written comments via email to the City Clerk: firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: For amendments affecting only a small area, City Council will be acting quasi-judicially (i.e. similar to judges). For that reason, you cannot contact your Councilor directly with comments about proposed changes to small area regulations. Instead, contact Council planning staff:
Petra Morris: email@example.com
Shanna Schultz: firstname.lastname@example.org
LUPZ materials for review: Ordinance to adopt IDO Annual Update 2020: O-21-60 Proposed City Council LUPZ Amendments Redline Draft
More details about the 2020 IDO Annual Update: Project Webpage
|Update as of Friday, April 30, 2021|
CONTACT for questions and more information:
Patti Watson, 505-269-9691 cell; 505-245-3134 office; email@example.com
For information or to sign up for email construction updates, visit:
|Star Paving begins construction Monday, May 3, 2021. The first phase of construction is expected to last through late fall 2021 and the entire project is expected to be completed in spring 2022. For now, the following traffic impacts will be in place:|
|Westside Blvd will have westbound traffic shifted and reduced to one lane west of Golf Course Rd and just east of Golf Course Rd. Golf Course Rd will have one thru lane and one right-turn lane of northbound traffic south of Westside Blvd. Golf Course Rd will have one lane of northbound traffic just north of Westside Blvd. Golf Course Rd will have one lane of southbound traffic just north of Westside Blvd. Regular work hours are Mon.-Fri. 7 a.m.-5 p.m., although the contractor may work longer hours or on weekends if needed.|
About the Westside Blvd Widening Project
The Westside Blvd Widening Project will widen about 0.85 miles of Westside Blvd from NM 528 (Coors Blvd) to Golf Course Rd from two lanes to four. It will also provide dedicated left-hand turn lanes at the intersections of Westside Blvd and Golf Course Rd, 7 Bar Loop, Sierrita Rd and Grande Blvd. In addition, the project will improve storm drainage and provide better, safer travel options for pedestrians and bicyclists.
All construction is weather permitting and is subject to change without notice.
Green Waste pickup is a free service offered to Solid Waste customers
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Starting Monday, May 3rd, the City of Albuquerque Solid Waste Management Department’s (SWMD) Spring green waste collection will begin and will run through Friday, May 14th. SWMD will pick up residential green waste at no additional charge.
“Our Spring green waste collection program is an incredible opportunity for Solid Waste customers to have their green waste collected free of charge.” stated Matthew Whelan, Director of Solid Waste Management Department. “A key benefit of this program is reuse. Currently, the green waste collected is mulched and used to help provide soil protection at the Cerro Colorado Landfill.”
Solid Waste customers should have their green waste at the curb by 7 a.m. on their regular trash collection day. All green waste must be placed 5 feet from trash and recycling containers as well as any large items scheduled for pick-up.
Solid Waste customers must place their green waste such as leaves, grass, and brush in trash bags. Each trash bag should not weigh more than 40 pounds. Customers that have branches must cut them to four-foot lengths and bundle them securely. Green waste should not be placed in your recycle cart.
The following items will not be picked up:
- Construction debris
- Construction material
- Tree stumps
For more information call 311, TTY 711, or visit http://www.cabq.gov/solidwaste
Join Mayor Keller, Environmental Health Director Ryan Mast, and Sustainability Officer Kelsey Rader to discuss a wide range of initiatives relating to the City’s commitment to sustainability including:
- Mayor Keller Sustainability Accomplishments
- Brief Overview Climate Action Plan
- Future and Upcoming Projects and Priorities
To join in the forum, visit: https://www.cabq.gov/environmentalhealth/events/city-of-albuquerque-sustainability-forum
The City of Albuquerque and I, as your Councilor, broke ground on Westside Blvd.’s expansion on March 17, 2021. Many of you requested information on Westside’ Blvd’s expansion effects on existing residential properties in the area.
Phase I—Construction, includes widening Westside Blvd. from two to four lanes between Golf Course Rd. and NM 528 and will also improve traffic flows at several major intersections. The project includes a multi-use trail on Westside Blvd.’s north side, a sidewalk on its south side and bike lanes in each direction (east and west).Continue reading