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Rose’s Southwest Papers Gets Industrial Revenue Bond Approval for Expansion

Bernalillo County commissioners approved $12 million of industrial revenue bonds for Rose’s Southwest Papers in the South Valley.
Rose’s Southwest Papers Gets Industrial Revenue Bond Approval for Expansion

LAVU Opens New Office Using County-Backed Money

Homegrown software company, LAVU, opened new offices in downtown Albuquerque on Third Street, using $270,000 in Local Economic Development Act (LEDA) money.
lavu grand opening

County Commission Approves Revenue Bonds for New Workforce Housing Development

Bernalillo County Commissioners approved the issuance of $8 million in multi-family housing revenue bonds for the Valle del Rio Apartments in the southwest part of the county.
revenue bonds approved for apartment complex

Local Tech Company Awarded LEDA Grant and Industrial Revenue Bonds

The Bernalillo County Commission has voted to award $25 million in county industrial revenue bonds (IRB) and act as the fiscal agent for more than $2 million in state Local Economic Development Act (LEDA) funds for a local tech company.
LEDA grant and IRB for 3D glass solutions

Biz Moments: South Valley Economic Development Center

What Can Bernalillo County Economic Development Do For You?

What Can Bernalillo County Economic Development Do For You?
If you own a small business or are thinking of starting one, please call us. - Marcos A. Gonzales, Economic Development Assistant Director

Learn More About Bernco Cinema

Learn More About Film BernCo
Bernalillo County boasts a diverse portfolio for the production of film and television work in the State of New Mexico.

Why Bernalillo County?

Why Bernalillo County?
Bernalillo County Economic Development is proud to showcase these facts and figures that illuminate the real assets in our community

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