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Information from Bernalillo County regarding its operation during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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  • Last test dates for class 43 Testing Schedule Subject to Change REQUIRED ITEMS: 1.A state issued ID or military photo ID 2.Business casual attire for written exam
    Sandia Preparatory School
    3/6/2021 8:00 AM

  • A delightful workshop that promises to inspire tending to beneficial insects and pollinators so that they can thrive in your yard. Learn early season strategies like knowing what to plant when managing spring yard preparations in a way that fosters a healthy environment. Plus, hear what’s happening in the current legislative session towards helping the survival of these vital insects. Presenters are Anita Amstutz, founder of the non-profit, Think Like a Bee, and Mary Jo Picha, BernCo master naturalist.
    3/6/2021 9:00 AM - 3/6/2021 10:30 AM

  • Time:
    3/9/2021 3:00 PM

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Bernalillo County Commissioners & Elected Officials

Debbie O'Malley

Debbie O'MalleyDistrict 1

Steven Michael Quezada

Vice Chair Steven Michael QuezadaDistrict 2

Adriann Barboa

Adriann BarboaDistrict 3

Walt Benson

Walt BensonDistrict 4

Charlene Pyskoty, District 5 Commissioner

Chair Charlene E. PyskotyDistrict 5

Tanya Giddings

Tanya GiddingsAssessor

Clerk - Linda Stover

Linda StoverClerk

Probate Judge - Cristy J. Carbόn-Gaul

Cristy J. CarbÓn-Gaul Probate Judge

Sheriff - Manuel Gonzales III

Manuel Gonzales IIISheriff

Treasurer - Nancy M. Bearce

Nancy M. BearceTreasurer

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Bernalillo County is establishing a special account in the Bernalillo County quality of life fund which will allow residents to contribute to a program that offers families with school age children experiencing homelessness as a result of COVID-19 an opportunity to receive a temporary hotel housing voucher.
Bernalillo County Commission Vice Chair Steven Michael Quezada, Mayor Tim Keller, and Albuquerque City Councilor Klarissa Peña will be speaking about the Illegal Dumping Partnership and plans for educating the public about the serious problem of illegal dumping to find ways to make this initiative move forward.
Bernalillo County Treasurer Nancy M. Bearce and Deputy Treasurer Kenneth E. Scott presented the operations and investment results to the Bernalillo County Board of Finance at its regular meeting on Feb. 23.
Bernalillo County commissioners have directed the county manager to enter into an intergovernmental agreement with the City of Albuquerque for the design and construction of a pro-practice/championship soccer facility at Mesa del Sol, just south of the Isleta Amphitheater. Additionally, the city will have managerial duties at the complex. Construction of the professional grade soccer field has already been completed by Bernalillo County. The agreement with the city will be for the locker room, restrooms and other amenities necessary to operate the facility.
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Feb. 28, 2021 is the last day to submit completed 2020 business personal property, livestock and manufactured home reporting forms to the Office of the Assessor. Each year, business personal property, livestock and manufactured homeowners must complete a report regarding their property to the Assessor’s Office. Information to report is equipment used for businesses, current mobile home information or individual livestock located within the boundaries of Bernalillo County. To avoid monetary penalties and a possible audit, property owners need to submit their reports on-time.
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The Bernalillo County Commission is now accepting live public comments during commission meetings through the Zoom video conferencing platform. Participants who wish to sign up for public comment must do so by 3 p.m. the day of the meeting. The application requires the Zoom username or phone number the participant will use to enter the Zoom meeting. Comments will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis. Public comments are limited to 90 seconds and may only be addressed to the County Commission. Disruptive conduct will result in removal from the Zoom meeting.
Bernalillo County has revised some of its operational procedures, including limits to in-person office activity, and continues employee teleworking to align operations with the governor’s updated public health order, which takes effect Wednesday, Dec. 2.

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The firefighters from BernCo's Station 36 wanted to do a special station tour for the students of Ms. Wendt's 3rd-5th grade class at the Albuquerque Sign Language Academy. Join BCFD's Engineer Arguelles and Ms. Gabby as they give you a fun guided tour throughout the entire station. Remember Bernalillo County, Stay Safe!
Five elected officials including two newly elected Bernalillo County Commissioners were sworn into office on January 1, at the Bernalillo County District Courthouse. The officials taking the Oath of Office include: Linda Stover, County Clerk; Nancy Bearce, County Treasurer; Steven Michael Quezada, Commissioner for District 2; Adriann Barboa, Commissioner for District 3; and Walt Benson, Commissioner for District 4.
Bernalillo County Manager Julie Morgas Baca would like to extend a sincere thank you to all residents of the county on behalf of the Bernalillo County Commission and staff for supporting six general obligation bond measures on the November 2019 ballot.
Five separate projects, $500 million dollars, 1,200 permanent jobs, 1,300 construction jobs. Amazon, Ben E. Keith, Fed Ex and New Mexico Fresh Foods and Wagner Equipment are locating or relocating along the I-40/I 25 corridors with the ability to move goods and services regionally across the U.S.
Bernalillo County takes the concerns of MDC inmates and their families seriously while the Coronavirus continues to increase in numbers in our community. County Manager Julie Morgas Baca addresses the families of inmates being held at the MDC directly.
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