IDO Annual Update Hearing December 8th

IDO Annual Update 2022

Hearing #1: Environmental Planning Commission (EPC)

The Environmental Planning Commission (EPC) will hear the IDO Annual Update on Thursday, December 8, 2022 at 8:30 am via Zoom.

Review Proposed Changes

Send Comments
Comments sent by 9 a.m. on Tuesday, December 6 will be forwarded to EPC for review prior to the hearing.

Attend the Hearing

  • See the agenda.
    • (Note that the IDO Annual Update – Citywide will not be heard before 1 p.m.)
  • If you would like to speak on a particular agenda item, raise your hand when public comments are taken for each case. 
    • Typically, Neighborhood Association Representatives and other organizations are given 5 minutes to speak.
    • Individuals are typically given 2 minutes to speak. 

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Planning and Development Tracking Resources for Residents

Did you know you can find information about projects or development going on in your neighborhood? The Planning Department offers several online resources for finding this information and anyone can access it.

Permits
https://posse.cabq.gov/posse/pub/lms/Login.aspx
The Planning Department’s Land Management System (LMS) can be used to search various types of permit requests.  Specifically, the “Search for Permits by Address” function provides information on the type, status, issuance date and other pertinent details associated with permits for the subject site.  An account is not required in order to use the system’s search features.
 
DRB, EPC and ZHE Public Hearings
The Development Review Board (DRB)Environmental Planning Commission (EPC) and Zoning Hearing Examiner (ZHE) provide similar but different functions associated with project review.  Applications to these hearing bodies includes notification to property owners and neighborhood associations, but a periodic check of the respective websites will also help to track proposals as they work their way through the review process.

City Leaders Meeting October 22nd

Connect with the City Planning Department during a morning of learning and engagement! City Leaders is intended to inform the community about planning and the built environment in Albuquerque, create a more transparent planning process, and encourage community engagement in the growth and development of Albuquerque.

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Westside Boulevard Construction Update June 24th

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CREWS TO CLOSE RIGHT LANE AND BIKE LANE OF EASTBOUND WESTSIDE BLVD BETWEEN BLACK ARROYO AND GOLF COURSE ROAD FOR JUST OVER ONE MONTH BEGINNING TUESDAY, JUNE 28 FOR CONSTRUCTION OF NEW RAW WATER TRANSMISSION PIPELINE
Update as of Friday, June 24, 2022 (NOTE: All work is weather permitting and subject to change without notice.)

Starting Tuesday, June 28, 2022 and lasting through about Thursday, July 28, 2022, the Water Authority and its contractor, New Mexico Underground, will close the right lane and bike lane for eastbound traffic/cyclists on Westside Blvd. from East Black Arroyo/Linear Park Trail to west of Golf Course Road for installation of a new 20-inch water pipeline.

One thru lane, one right turn lane and one left turn lane will remain open at the intersection of eastbound Westside Blvd and Golf Course Rd.
 
Motorists and bicyclists are asked to share the road in the construction zone where only one lane is available.
 
Additional construction phases will follow. Construction on this Raw Water Transmission Pipeline segment is expected to last through December 2022. Regular work hours are Monday-Friday 7am-5 pm although the contractor may work longer hours or on Sundays as needed.
 
STAY IN THE LOOP DURING CONSTRUCTION
Periodic updates will be sent throughout construction.  Please feel free to forward this notice to anyone you believe might be interested. Email pattiw@cwastrategic.com or tys@cwastrategic.com to sign up for project updates.
 
About the Raw Water Transmission Pipeline
Construction on this new 20-inch pipeline will provide “raw” or nonpotable water (not suitable for drinking) to support Intel’s multi-billion-dollar investment in upgrades and expansion at its Rio Rancho facility. Intel is an existing Water Authority customer and the planned upgrade is expected to create new jobs and economic development opportunities for our area. Several segments, or phases are included in this project, which is expected to last through the end of 2022 or early 2023.

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: westmesatrails.org. For more information, please contact Tricia Keffer, City of Albuquerque, Planner, tkeffer@cabq.gov | 505-768-4228 or Nate Begay, Planner, Sites Southwest, nbegay@sites-sw.com | 505-879-5253.