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The Bernalillo County Communication Services Department works with the Board of County Commissioners, other county elected officials, the county manager and all internal departments to develop and implement strategic communications plans that inform the general public about programs and services provided by Bernalillo County government.

This includes media relations, crisis communications, and public education outreach.

Our responsibilities include:

  • Develop and implement targeted public awareness campaigns to educate and inform a diverse county population.
  • Prepare content and disseminate information to the general public utilizing a variety of vehicles and venues to include: county website, social media, paid advertising, local media, internal video production, public meetings/events and printed materials.
  • Manage branding and messaging consistency by creating and reviewing various types of content produced for public dissemination.
  • Produce ceremonial award documents presented to the general public, such as proclamations and certificates of recognition.

Communication Services Director

Tia N. Bland

Address: One Civic Plaza, NW 
Albuquerque, NM  87102
​Phone: (505) 468-7026 
Email: tbland@bernco.gov 

Communication Services Team:

 

Tiffany Chamblee, Communication Services Coordinator, (505) 468-7438

Tracy Dingmann, Web Administrator (505) 468-1276

Larry Gallegos, Communication Services Specialist (505) 468-1273

Andrew Lenderman, Communication Services Administrator (505) 314-0403

Catherine Lopez, Communication Services Specialist (505) 224-1641

Stephanie Guzman, Web Content Editor (505) 468-1275

Zacary Wilson, Communication Services Intern, (505) 468-1272

 

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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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