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Dear Friends – I would like to invite you participate in a Virtual Town Hall on Behavioral Health issues, Wednesday, Nov. 18, noon – 1 p.m. After the long absence of our Monthly Luncheons, I look forward to seeing you all, even thoug... Read More


Bernalillo County commissioners have adopted a new county ordinance requiring community workforce agreements for public works projects in excess of $7 million.

Under the ordinance, the successful contract bidder on public works construction projects, ... Read More


At Tuesday night’s administrative meeting, the Bernalillo County Board of Commissioners passed an ordinance creating a Sheriff’s Office Advisory and Review Board.

“It is the purpose of this board to improve public transparency and ac... Read More


The building of the 30 ‘tiny homes’ for the Tiny Home Village began today. Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters Local 1319 are volunteering their time and expertise to construct the units. Structural insulated panels (SIPs) for the wa... Read More


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Don’t Forget to Complete your Census Survey!

We must get a complet... Read More



We missed seeing you at the canceled Neighborhood meeting, so we've put together a brief D3 neighborhood newsletter as a way to stay in touch. We'll try to be weekly....don't hold me to that, but we'... Read More


Commissioner James M. Collie attended the Grand Re-Opening of the De Anza Motor Lodge on Tuesday, March 10.

The event included a re-introduction of the Shalako Ceremonial Procession Murals and a painting created by renowned artist, R.C. Nowlin, especi... Read More


Bernalillo County along with partners, supporters and the community broke ground on the Tiny Home Village project, adjacently located to the Albuquerque Indian Center, 105 Texas St. SE.

The Tiny Home Village will consist of 30 individual 120 sq. ft. h... Read More


Bernalillo County Commissioner Jim Collie would like to invite you to the new District 3 art exhibit of recent acquisitions to the county’s public art program.

“The Bernalillo County public art program provides an opportunity for our commu... Read More


The Bernalillo County Commission approved the refinancing of bonds for Winrock shopping center and a second round of bonds to be offered to investors.

Winrock was designated a Tax Increment Development District (TIDD) in 2008. By law, the Winrock TIDD... Read More


Bernalillo County commissioner Jim Collie would like to invite you to the next Brown Bag Neighborhood Luncheon, on Wednesday, Feb. 19, from noon - 1 p.m., at the McKinley Community Center, 3401 Monroe NE.

The speakers in February will be Bernadet... Read More


Bernalillo County Commissioners tonight passed a resolution calling upon the New Mexico State Legislature and the governor of New Mexico to enact and implement legislation allowing for the issuance of extreme risk firearm protection orders (ERPOs). T... Read More


On Jan. 14, 2020, the Bernalillo County Board of Commissioners acknowledged the Early Childhood Health Outdoors program that promotes equitable access to high-quality, natural settings to promote physical activity for children in early childhood deve... Read More


Happy New Year!

Continuing the tradition of Commissioner Hart Stebbins, new District 3 Commissioner Jim Collie would like to invite you to the first neighborhood luncheon of 2020 on Wednesday, Jan. 22, from noon-1 p.m., at the McKinley Community ... Read More

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