IDO 2023 Annual Update – LUPZ Hearing #2 May 15th

The City Council’s Land Use, Planning, and Zoning (LUPZ) committee will hear proposed changes to the Integrated Development Ordinance (IDO) on Wednesday, May 15, 2024 at 5 pm. This hybrid meeting takes place in the Vincent E. Griego Council Chambers, basement level of the City of Albuquerque Government Center, 1 Civic Plaza NW and via Zoom.

LUPZ is expected to hear a presentation by staff, take public comment, vote on proposed amendments, and send the bills to the full City Council for hearings in June.

Proposed amendments include legislative changes that affect properties citywide and small area changes that must be decided as a quasi-judicial process (e.g., Councilors act as judges rather than legislators). You may speak to Councilors directly about any of the citywide changes, but you may only speak to Councilors about small area changes during public hearings. 

For questions, please contact Matthew Cox, Council Planning staff:

Attend the Hearing

  • See the Agenda posted here for details, including Zoom details and instructions for giving verbal comments at the hearing.

Review Proposed Changes

Send Written Comments


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:

Take the G.O. Bond Survey and Tell The City What Projects You Want to See


The Department of Municipal Development (DMD) would like residents to take the General Obligation (G.O.) Bond Survey. This Survey determines how G.O. bond money is spent on projects such as public safety initiatives, streets and storm drainage, public transportation, parks and recreation, libraries, and senior and community centers. This includes building renovation, major repairs, new construction, energy efficiency upgrades, major equipment such as fire trucks, pool filters, and playground equipment. To take the Survey, visit:

Mayor Keller Invites You to Constructive Conversations

Hello Albuquerque,

I’d like to invite you to join me and your City Councilor for “Constructive Conversations,” a new series of community meetings to foster dialogue as we work together to shape the future of the built environment in Albuquerque. Throughout the month of May, we are hosting these meetings in each City Council district to talk about infrastructure, placemaking, and the projects that improve quality of life for our families.

Please come to your district’s meeting and share your ideas and priorities for building projects in your area. These events are free and open to the public, and RSVP is required. If you are unable to attend in person, I encourage you to submit your comments and questions in our suggestion box. Check out the meeting schedule below. 

Together, we can move Albuquerque forward. I hope to see you soon. 


Mayor Tim Keller


NMDOT Hosting I-25 S-Curve Study Public Meeting in April

The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) is hosting an I-25 S-Curve Study public meeting on Wednesday, April 24 at 5:00 CNM Smith Brasher Hall, 717 University Blvd SE. The public meeting will have an open house format, a presentation and Q & A session, and everyone is invited to attend. The public comment period for this study is between Wednesday, April 24 and Friday, May 24. To leave a comment and to learn more about the Study, visit: or call the hotline at (505) 600-2232.