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.
The Mid-Region Metropolitan Planning Organization (MRMPO) is kicking off the update to the greater Albuquerque metropolitan area’s long-range transportation plan, the Transitions 2045 MTP and seeks feedback from the public on the plan. The 2045 Transitions MTP will highlight existing transportation conditions, future needs, and identify projects to help meet our regional and federal goals.
Please take this opportunity to comment on transportation in the region. The survey seeks to understand what is important to you when it comes to transportation vision, goals, and specific areas you find challenging along your daily route. There is an online survey the public can take that is fun, interactive, and should take less than five minutes. Please take the survey through Friday, February 16 at: https://metroquestsurvey.com/mwq23. For any questions about the MTP or upcoming meetings, please contact Peach Anderson-Tauzer at: email@example.com or 505-843-1728.
The Metropolitan Redevelopment Agency has published a public comment draft of a new report, Advancing Inclusive Growth through the Albuquerque Rail Trail. The Albuquerque Rail Trail is a planned 7-mile urban bike and pedestrian trail, an iconic and artistic parkway that will reflect Albuquerque’s vibrant history and cultural diversity. This new report highlights the trends in Rail Trail neighborhoods and recommends programs that can promote neighborhood stability and vibrancy.
The public can read the report, take a survey, provide public comment and register for a public informational webinar by visiting: https://cabq.gov/railtrailequity. Spanish language translations are available. Traducciones en español disponibles. Public comment is open through Friday, March 8.