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10/16/2020

Bernalillo County is currently soliciting for a DWI Planning Council vacancy appointment for County Commission District 1.

The intent of the DWI Planning Council is to develop a county DWI plan and make recommendations to the Board of County Commissio... Read More


09/24/2020

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


08/24/2020

Bernalillo County’s Tiny Home Village is on its way to completion due to the efforts of Carpenters Local Union 1319.

More than 110 members of the union volunteered more than 1,400 hours over six weekends to complete the construction of 30 tiny h... Read More


07/29/2020

Bernalillo County District 1 Commissioner Debbie O’Malley joined forces with state Rep. Harry Garcia, state Sen. Benny Shendo, Village Chapter President Mark Begay, and members of the Village of To’Hajiilee to highlight and demonstrate th... Read More


07/01/2020

Bernalillo County commissioners have voted to appropriate $1 million in funding for the purchase, support services, subscriptions, and infrastructure for body-worn cameras for the Sheriff’s Department.

The $1 million was approved in 2019 through... Read More


07/01/2020

Bernalillo County commissioners approved the issuance of $7.5 million in project revenue bonds for the Albuquerque Housing Authority to be used for The Commons at Martineztown in central Albuquerque.

The tax-exempt bonds will fund the renovation of 96... Read More


06/01/2020

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


05/28/2020

 The Bernalillo County Commission approved $6.5 million to be used for upgrades to roads, lighting and other infrastructure in the Atrisco Vista corridor on the county’s West Side near I-40 and Atrisco Vista Boulevard to facilitate the cre... Read More


05/26/2020

Bernalillo County announced today a $6.5 million investment in a regional public infrastructure improvement project that will spur economic development in the emerging Upper Petroglyphs Industrial Park located near the intersection of I-40 and Atrisc... Read More


03/12/2020

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


02/17/2020

Bernalillo County Parks, Recreation and Open Space Department is hosting a public meeting regarding the proposed uses and improvements to the vacant property located north of Osuna Blvd on Edith Blvd, formally known as the Sandia Ranch.

WHO: Nort... Read More


01/29/2020

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


01/29/2020

Bernalillo County Commissioners approved the issuance of $7.5 million in project revenue bonds for the Albuquerque Housing Authority to be used for The Commons at Martineztown in central Albuquerque.

The tax-exempt bonds will fund the renovation of 96... Read More


12/13/2019

The Bernalillo County Commission approved $1.5 million for the planning and development for the Mid-North Valley Agro-Recreation Complex commonly known as Sandia Ranch.

The money will fund site-work, infrastructure to include parking, landscaping, par... Read More


12/12/2019

Phase one of the Alameda Drain and Trail Improvements on 2nd Street NW was a project completed with the collaboration of four government agencies and the Bernalillo County Public Art Program.

The newly renovated trail spans one mile on north Second St... Read More


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