City Councilor Borrego District 5 Update


City Councilor Cynthia Borrego

Dear District 5 Constituents,
These last two and a half months working to stay ahead of COVID-19 have been and continue to be trying. Our office has worked closely with Mayor Tim Keller and his staff, as well as the Governor’s administration to create a vision for recovery, recognizing that resources are severely taxed. Rest assured we are working together to stay ahead of this emergency.

It is also essential to recognize and celebrate our city’s successes and its brave employees – our First Responders, Transit, Solid Waste, Construction, Parks, essential Office Workers, Maintenance Crews, 911 and 311 operators, and so many others who have stepped up to keep our City running smoothly.  Please thank these folks whenever you have the opportunity!

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Updated Corona Virus Information and Resources


Other Resources:

  • If you are in an unsafe environment due to domestic violence, contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 800-799-SAFE (7233).
  • For information on Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, click here, or contact 505-266-1900
  • The New Mexico Crisis and Access Line has counselors available 24/7  at 855-662-7474
  • The Child Abuse Hotline can be reached at 505-841-6100
  • For Adult Protective Services, call 505-476-4912
  • The Agora Center is available at 505-277-3013
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Community Corona Virus Information and Resources

City of Albuquerque

Albuquerque Coronavirus Data Hub
Coronavirus Impacts on City Services
City of Albuquerque Coronavirus FAQs
City of Albuquerque Economic Development Department guide of tips and resources for businesses and organizations navigating through the Coronavirus.

Support our local businesses, list of businesses open during quarantine:

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