Bike To Wherever Day is May 17

Bike to Wherever Day is May 17! Join us in biking to…wherever! Bike to work, the grocery store, your favorite business, your school, your friend’s house, or just wherever. We’re celebrating biking no matter where you go! You can visit a pop-up table on Friday, May 17 to pick up FREE SWAG and learn about biking in Albuquerque. Learn more and commit to ride at

2024 Bikeway and Trail Facilities Plan Available for Public Review Through End of May

The City of Albuquerque is excited to share the draft 2024 Bikeway and Trail Facilities Plan for public review through May 31, 2024. Please visit the project website to learn more, review the draft 2024 Plan, and provide feedback through a brief survey with key questions that would be most helpful for the project team. You can also access summary story maps with key highlights from the plan, including the proposed bikeway and trail networks. Visit:

Community Meetings on West Mesa Trails Master Plan Invite Public Input

Join the City’s Open Space Division and Sites Southwest for one of two community meetings to discuss the vision of the West Mesa Trails Master Plan. Participants will help the City develop a vision for the future trail network throughout the West Mesa Open Space.

Tuesday, June 14
5:30-7:00 PM
Westgate Community Center
10001 De Vargas Rd SW
Thursday, June 23
5:30-7:00 PM
Don Newton- Taylor Ranch Community Center
4900 Kachina St NW
Learn more about the project and stay in touch at the project website: For more information, please contact Tricia Keffer, City of Albuquerque, Planner, | 505-768-4228 or Nate Begay, Planner, Sites Southwest, | 505-879-5253.

ABQ 365 Spring News


Farmers markets are getting into the swing of things all across Albuquerque. Experience everything from family-friendly growers markets with local produce and food trucks to markets focused on hand-crafted art, jewelry and local gifts. Many markets are already underway, so spend part of your weekend exploring all the goods markets have to offer!

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City Hosting Public Meeting on West Mesa Trail Master Plan

The City of Albuquerque is hosting a public meeting on the West Mesa Trail Master Plan on Tuesday, April 19 at 5:30 p.m. at the Open Space Visitors Center, 6500 Coors NW. The Plan intends to develop a conceptual trail network which will provide new recreational opportunities on open space lands surrounding Petroglyph National Monument and connect essential points of interests to surrounding communities. For more information, contact Nate Begay at