City Online Map Shows Construction and Potential Slowdown Areas


The Department of Municipal Development (DMD) maintains an online interactive map of traffic barricade locations at: that is accessible by the public. This map provides a quick and easy way to get information about construction activities and other closures on city streets, and includes City projects as well as special events, utility projects, and other reasons for barricading. You can click on any of the “highlighted” streets for details on the barricading, including start and stop dates. The map may not reflect emergency activities such water, sewer, or gas line leaks or closures on streets owned or maintained privately, by the County, or the New Mexico Department of Transportation.

IDO Annual Update 2021 Hearing May 16th

City Council will review the 2021 IDO Annual Update at its hearing on Monday, May 16, 2022 at 5 p.m.

Proposed Floor Amendments
City Councilors have proposed floor amendments to be considered by the full City Council. 

Any floor amendments that are adopted by the City Council would change the Redline Draft that includes conditions of approval recommended by the Environmental Planning Commission in December 2021 and may change the amendments passed by the Council on May 2, 2022 or the Council’s Land Use, Planning, and Zoning (LUPZ) committee on March 30th and April 13th. See the Redline Draft below.

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Central Albuquerque CPA Initiative Kicks Off in Mid-May and You’re Invited!

The Planning Department team working on the Central Albuquerque Community Planning Area (CPA) Assessment invites you to join a Kickoff Meeting to learn more about the Planning Department’s CPA assessment process and to share your ideas for what is valued and most needed in your neighborhood. The CPA Assessment will be used by the community and City decision makers to understand community priorities and the resources needed to address them. There will be two project kickoff meetings.

  • In-person, Wednesday, May 18 from 5:30 – 7:00 PM at Johnny Tapia Community Center
  • Zoom, Thursday, May 19 from 11:30AM – 1:00 PM.

Please use the form link below to register for the meeting that is most convenient for you. For more information and to stay up-to-date on this project, check out: . Send your questions to:   

5th Council Redistricting Meeting Encourages Residents to Attend This Wednesday, May 4th

The 2022 City Council Redistricting Committee will hold its fifth meeting on Wednesday, May 4 at 5:30 PM on Zoom Webinar. The Committee invites members of the community to join and participate in this process that occurs every 10 years. The Redistricting Committee has been working since early March and is asking Albuquerque community members to engage in this important process. All information on the Redistricting Committee is on their webpage at: The webpage contains all past meeting information, including videos of the meetings, presentation materials, concept maps that have been presented thus far, and the ability for community members to submit written public comments that can include map suggestions and information about their communities of interest. 

The Redistricting Committee is encouraging community members to participate in the redistricting process by using Districtr to draw maps and communities of interest using the tools on this website:, to draw your own plan, update existing concepts under committee consideration, or let the committee know about your community. Community members can create maps then submit them to the Committee by pasting the map link into the public comment webform on the project webpage. 

Public comment can be taken on the project webpage at and live at the meeting. Community members can join the Webinar and use the “Raise Hand” function during the public comment section of the agenda and they will be called on to provide comments to the Redistricting Committee. All meetings of the 2022 Redistricting Committee are subject to the State Open Meetings Act.