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How Did We Get Here?

Over the spring and summer of 2012, the executive leadership team of Bernalillo County met in a series of facilitated meetings to formulate a strategic plan for the organization. This effort resulted in an updated mission statement, identification of strategies, and five strategic goals. The plan was drafted as a starting point and refined with public input through the county’s web site in November and December of 2012.

On April 23, 2013, the Strategic Plan was adopted by the Bernalillo County Commission. County management committed to continue to develop the plan to ensure it remains a sustainable and adaptable document to meet the needs of the community. The plan was re-presented to the commission on April 22, 2014.

In 2015, the county hired County Manager Julie Morgas Baca, who reviewed the Strategic Plan in early 2016 along with the executive leadership team. At that time, the leadership team reaffirmed the Strategic Plan and adopted a vision for the future to ensure alignment of the objectives, performance measures, and initiatives to the Strategic Plan.  

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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.
    Bachechi Open Space, 9521 Rio Grande Blvd. NW

  • Take time out of your busy life to slow down and observe the wonders around you. It’s easy to lose touch and let life slip by if you don’t make the time and space to nourish the mind, body and soul. Featured speaker Mollie Parsons kicks off a Mindfulness in Nature Series at Bachechi Open Space by presenting skills and techniques for quieting the mind, deepening observations and understanding nature around you. Please register at the link below or call (505) 314-0398.
    Bachechi Open Space, 9521 Rio Grande Blvd. NW

  • Don Francisco takes us on a musical journey, with violin and guitar accompaniment, that will span the 18th century through the early 19th century. In a narrative format, Don Francisco depicts the anticipation of an upcoming musical event, such as a fiesta or wedding celebration. We will be carried back in time to imagine the ambiance of early Spanish village social life and all the preparations for such a celebration. The music features Valses, Polkas, Cunas, Varsovianas, and other special dances such as El Valse de los Paños, y Valse del Escoba, La Raspa, etc., hopefully to stir nostalgia and bring back many memories of our grandparents and great grandparents. Please register by clicking the link below or call (505) 314-0398.
    Gutierrez-Hubbell House, 6029 Isleta Blvd. SW

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