Located at 415 Silver Ave. SW, BC@AS opened for business on Aug. 16.
Anyone entering BC@AS is required to wear a mask and social distancing is encouraged.
As of Monday, Aug. 2, anyone entering a county facility must be wearing a mask and continue to wear a face covering while inside the facility. This is due to the number of positive COVID-19 cases on the rise in the county, most of which are from the highly contagious Delta variant.
Did you know Bernalillo County employees cannot accept gifts of food or anything else worth more than $25 without having to file a Quarterly Gift Disclosure Form?
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In 2020, with the help of the CARES Act, Bernalillo County immediately swung into action by providing support to the community through Public Safety, Economic Development, Behavioral Health, Housing and more. This video outlines what it took to accomplish the task at hand. All of this, with the support of the county’s Finance Division who made sure all the i’s we’re dotted and T’s were crossed in reporting to the federal government. Special shout out to Tessa Mentus and KOB-TV 4 News for their coverage of the parks and recreation workers at the vaccination sites, and to Better Call Saul’s Bob Odenkirk and late night host Jimmy Kimmel for promoting the vaccination clinics in New Mexico.
Time-lapse of Luminaria, a public art installation. This triptych memorial is dedicated to Victims of Gun Violence and is located in front of the Bernalillo County District Attorney’s Office. It was designed and created by artist Gordon Huether and is inspired by the barrel cactus, Mexican papel picado folk art and luminarias, all part of Hispanic cultural traditions in New Mexico. The piece was unveiled to the public on Saturday, Aug. 28, 2021.
The new Bernalillo County headquarters are now open for business at 415 Silver Ave. SW. Whether you need to get a building permit, a marriage license, change your voter registration, protest your home value, etc., Bernalillo County at Alvarado Square is your one-stop shop to take care of all these services and more!
See trash? Have trash? Stop illegal dumping at iHaveTrash.com. The Illegal Dumping Partnership is a multi-agency task force created to help combat illegal dumping throughout Bernalillo County. The partners include Bernalillo County, City of Albuquerque, Albuquerque/Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority the New Mexico Environment Department and more.
Bernalillo County and the City of Albuquerque are teaming up to combat illegal dumping by creating the Illegal Dumping Partnership. County Commissioner Steven Michael Quezada and City Councilor Klarissa Pena have teamed up with their respective elected bodies including the MRCOG, AMAFCA, MRGCD, ABCWUA, BCSO, APD, The SOMOS UNIDOS Foundation, CNM, PNM APS, NMED, NMDOT, and the West Central Development Community Group to create a strong alliance to help eliminate the problem. Find them on Facebook at IllegalDumpingPartnershipNM.
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