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Community Services

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.

 

Bernalillo County's Community Services staff is proud to provide a broad range of top-notch public services to county residents, from excellent parks and open spaces to planning and development that improves the quality of life throughout the region.

The Community Services Division includes parks and recreation; communication services; 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 quality of life throughout 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

Enrico Gradi

Address: One Civic Plaza NW, 10th Floor, Albuquerque NM  87102
Phone: (505) 468-7343
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  • Bernalillo County is opening four of its community centers and offering all-day care for school-aged children. The Bernalillo County Parks, Recreation and Open Space Department will provide a safe...

  • Residents looking for a fun scavenger hunt and a chance to see Bernalillo County and the Town of Bernalillo as they learn about the 19th amendment to the United States Constitution have the opportuni...

  • Bernalillo County will hold a burning of Zozobra Watch Party Drive-in Style on Friday, Sept. 4, 2020 at the Isleta Amphitheater, 5601 University Blvd. SE. Gates open at 5:30 p.m. No admission permitt...

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  • Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistance is an outdoor exhibit and scavenger hunt celebrating the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which guarantees women in the United States the right to vote. The exhibit's curators will discuss the historical framework on voting rights, the importance of voting, and how to exercise your right to vote today.
    Time:
    9/26/2020 10:00 AM

  • A dynamic discussion with the Environmental Education of New Mexico fellows as they explore a variety of ways to understand the connections between land, people and culture, as well as how these ideas interact with climate change, environmental and social justice movements in our communities both locally and nationwide. Learn how these committed educators are working to provide the pathway to equitable, daily access to the outdoors and environmental learning for every preK through 12th grade student.
    Time:
    10/10/2020 10:00 AM

  • Pre-registration is required to obtain the Zoom login credentials.To register, please email Marnie at bospace@bernco.gov. Meet with Rachel Carson, who will be played by Ann Beyke. Rachel (1907-1964) was a marine biologist when few women dared to even tread water. Her early childhood was spent exploring nature in western Pennsylvania. She wrote the book Silent Spring in 1962, which revealed the damaging use of the chemical compound DDT. It was banned in the United States in 1972. Ann Beyke has performed in local film, theater, television, radio plays and as a voice-over artist for over 25 years.
    Time:
    11/21/2020 10:00 AM

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