DiverseIT FREE Digital Literacy Classes

Increase Your Technology Skills
Free Digital Literacy Classes

The Department of Senior Affairs in partnership with Adelante DiverseIT is excited to offer a series of FREE digital literacy group classes designed to teach the benefits of technology. Reserve a spot in our computer lab or bring your own laptop, smartphone or tablet. One on one mentoring for personal devices will be available.
Space is limited, registration required.

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Office of Neighborhood Coordination Weekly eNews

There are several articles of interest in this week’s news:

  • Free Workshop for Grieving Families During the Holiday Season
  • Weather the Drought and Attend a Water Smart Class 
  • Veteran’s Job and Resource Fair This Wednesday at Bear Canyon Senior Center
  • Tree Pruning Basics Class with City Arborist Coming Up This Saturday
  • 2021 Property Tax Bills Delayed

And more. View entire newsletter.

General Obligation (G.O.) Bond Money – How Do You Want It Spent?


How do you want your General Obligation (G.O.) bond money spent? A new library? Road repairs? Updates to storm sewers? Enhancements to community and senior centers? Resources for public safety? Take our short survey and let the City Council know how you want the bond money spent for your community!


Budget Resolution 128, passed in March 2021, clarifies the different projects that the G.O. bond money could be spent upon. You can learn more about the possible projects at: https://www.cabq.gov/munic…/programs/2021-g-o-bond-program

Fall Green Waste Collection November 29 – December 10

The Solid Waste Department kicks off its Fall Green Waste collection on Monday, November 29 through Friday, December 10. Solid Waste customers should have their Green Waste at the curb by 7 a.m. on the day of their regular trash collection day. All Green Waste must be placed 5 feet from automated trash and recycling containers as well as any large items scheduled for pick-up. Solid Waste customers must place their Green Waste (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. 
The following items will not be picked up: dirt, construction debris, gravel, construction material or tree stumps. To learn more about this year’s green waste collection event, visit: https://www.cabq.gov/solidwaste/green-waste

Westside Blvd. Project Update


Update as of Friday, Nov. 12, 2021

CONTACT for questions and more information:
Patti Watson, 505-269-9691 cell; 505-245-3134 office; pattiw@cwastrategic.com

For more information or to sign up for email construction updates, visit:www.westsidewidening.com

NEW: By the end of the day on Friday, November 12, 2021, crews will open access to Grande Blvd from the westbound lanes of Westside Blvd.

  • Westbound motorists on Westside Blvd will be able to turn right and head north on Grande Blvd.
  • Southbound motorists on Grande Blvd will be able to turn right and head west on Westside Blvd.

However, due to ongoing work in the far left-hand lane of Westside Blvd, eastbound motorists on Westside will not be able to access Grande Blvd by turning left. They can access Grande Blvd by heading north on NM 528 and turning left at 21st Ave.

ONGOING: All but one lane of westbound Westside Blvd is closed from NM 528 to west of Grande Blvd. Westside Blvd has westbound traffic shifted east and west of Golf Course Rd, with traffic reduced to one lane west of Golf Course Rd.

Regular work hours are Mon.-Fri., 6:30 a.m.-5 p.m., although the contractor may work longer hours or on weekends if needed. All construction is weather permitting and is subject to change without notice.