Did you know that not all streetlights are owned by the City? Some are owned by the Public Service Company of New Mexico (PNM). If you see a streetlight outage in your area and want to report it, the first step is knowing who owns it, so you can accurately request a repair. You can see where streetlights are located and who owns them by looking at this online map at: https://www.cabq.gov/abq-streetlights/report-a-streetlight-outage. If a streetlight belongs to the City, you can report it by calling 311. You can report PNM-owned streetlight outages by calling (888) 342-5766.
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IDO 2022 Annual Update – City Council Hearing and East Gateway Kickoff Reminder
IDO Annual Update
City Council Hearing
Proposed changes to the Integrated Development Ordinance (IDO) affecting zoning citywide are expected to be on the City Council agenda on Monday, May 15, 2023 at 5 p.m.
Please note that the sponsors of the bills intend to make a motion to defer hearing both bills (O-22-54 and O-23-77) until June 5, 2023.
City Council meetings are hybrid, so you can participate in-person in the Vincent E. Griego Chambers in the basement of City Hall and via Zoom.
These citywide text amendments are legislative, so you may speak to Councilors directly about any of the proposed changes.
For questions, please contact the Council Planning Manager, Shanna Schultz:
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 505-768-3185
Attend the Hearing
- Agendas are typically posted here on the Friday before a Council hearing
- Includes instructions for giving verbal comments at the hearing.
- Includes Zoom information.
Review Proposed Changes
- IDO Annual Update
- Housing Forward
- Email the Clerk of the Council, Mandi Hinojos, email@example.com.
Affordable Housing Engagement Event April 11th
Housing Forward Proposed IDO Changes
Housing Forward Proposed Building Heights
Housing Forward ABQ: Increasing housing supply and promoting access for all.
Please visit our website for more information on the administration’s policy and zoning proposals.
City Council Land Use Planning and Zoning Committee, Wednesday, April 12, 5 PM: https://ido.abc-zone.com/ido-annual-update-2022#paragraphs-item-198
- Attend in person: City Hall, Council Chambers (basement level)
- Join via Zoom: https://cabq.zoom.us/j/86551098208
- Public Comment Sign Up for April 12, 2023 Land Use, Planning & Zoning Committee Meeting — City of Albuquerque (cabq.gov)
- Submit written Comment: Please email Clerk of the Council, Mandi Hinojos: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, along with any or all City Council members (https://www.cabq.gov/council/find-your-councilor/contact-all-councilors)
Springing into Action in ABQ
It’s officially spring, and as we enter this new season, we want to acknowledge where we are and where we are headed.
There are many new projects on our City’s horizon, as we continue strengthening our community, expanding opportunities, and creating spaces for current and future generations to enjoy. We are moving forward with a land swap deal with the State to bring closure to several land issues and advance important projects. The swap secures acreage needed at a critical downtown location for the Rail Trail, as well as another property for our Solid Waste Department. A State public safety facility will be taking over City land at 1250 Menaul, previously under consideration for transfer station and temporarily for a safe outdoor space. Accordingly, there will be no safe outdoor space or transfer station at the site.
We also unveiled plans for a new multigenerational center in the heart of the historic Santa Barbara-Martineztown neighborhood that will break ground this summer. This weekend, Albuquerque Community Safety (ACS) will be hosting a community celebration and groundbreaking on their long-awaited headquarters at San Mateo & Kathryn. And last but not least, we announced that the New Media Academy will be housed at our Rail Yards, teaching the next generation of filmmakers right here in the Duke City. All around us, there are reminders of the good that is possible through collaboration and a shared dedication to making our home the best it can be.
We are hopeful for our city because we see the work that our team is doing each and every day to make Albuquerque safer and more inclusive. Whether it’s new opportunities for our creative community or getting more people in touch with housing and resources, we have seen glimpses of Albuquerque’s full potential. We’re determined to keep raising the bar so that our city is a place where families can thrive in healthy, supportive communities.
Mayor Tim Keller
Senior Tech Connect Aims to Increase Computer and Online Skills
If you or someone you know is 50+ and wants to increase knowledge about today’s technology, the City’s 50+ Senior Tech Connect event is just around the corner on Friday, April 14 at 8:30 a.m. at the Palo Duro Senior Center, 5221 Palo Duro NE. The event provides opportunities for older adults to explore online resources, current technology, and increase knowledge about how to use computers and smart devices. This is a free event and is open to the public. For more information, visit: https://www.cabq.gov/seniors/events/50-senior-tech-connect-a-tech-fair-for-older-adults-1