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Bernalillo County’s Community Services Division includes parks and recreation, environmental health; public housing and other departments that have a positive impact on Bernalillo County taxpayers.

 

The staff of Bernalillo County’s Community Services Division is proud to provide a broad range of top-notch public services to Bernalillo County citizens, from excellent parks and open spaces to economic development that improves the quality of life throughout the region.

Led by Deputy Manager Vince Murphy, the Community Services Division includes parks and recreation; environmental health; public housing and other departments that have a positive impact on Bernalillo County taxpayers.
 
Bernalillo County has excellent sports programs and community centers that have a positive impact on children and teens throughout the community. The Open Space Program offers free family outdoor activities throughout the year, and the Summer Lunch Program feeds thousands of children in both urban and rural Bernalillo County.
 
Together, the many programs offered by the Community Services Division have a major impact on improving the quality of life in Bernalillo County.

View more on our departments:

Communication Services

Cultural Services

Housing Department

Office of Health and Social Services

Parks and Recreation

Planning and Development Services

 

 

Deputy County Manager for Community Services

Vincent C. Murphy

Address: One Civic Plaza NW, 10th Floor, Albuquerque NM  87102
Phone: (505) 468-7343
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  • Weekly crafts, outdoor activities, and experiments will be offered to deepen your discovery of the natural world. Each visitor can make a journal and crafts to take home. Activities are correlated to school science standards making this a great opportunity for homeschoolers to learn, explore and play! Contact (505) 314-0420.
    Location:
    Bachechi Open Space, 9521 Rio Grande Blvd. NW

  • At the end of the Triassic period, about 200 million years ago, dinosaurs became the dominant animals in terrestrial ecosystems for the next 140 million years. In order to understand how this happened, we need to examine the ecosystems just before the turnover. The workshop is free but space is limited. Register below.
    Location:
    Bachechi Open Space, 9521 Rio Grande Blvd. NW

  • Learn wood carving Mondays from 9- to 11 a.m. at Los Vecinos Community Center. Classes are for those ages 18 and up. Pay a $12 membership fee - seniors over 55 and veterans are free. Questions? Call the center at (505) 314-0240.
    Location:
    Los Vecinos Community Center, 478 NM-333 Tijeras

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