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Bernalillo County Parks & Recreation Open Space Department is hosting a community meeting to update plans for the Paradise Hills Community Center and Senior Annex. The county received legislative grants and bond funding to plan, design, and const... Read More


The City of Albuquerque Environmental Health Department and Bernalillo County Planning and Development Services Department announced today that the first West Nile virus positive mosquitoes of 2019 were collected in Bernalillo County in the past week... Read More


The Bernalillo County Board of Commissioners has approved the latest development plan for the proposed Santolina community project in southwest Bernalillo County.

The Level B.I Master Plan provides a more specific framework for the development of 4,24... Read More


Please join Bernalillo County staff and community resident on Feb. 15th at Masonic Lodge No. 82, 1400 NM 333 for distribution and review of the DRAFT Plan.

The Plan governs land uses along two miles of Old Route 66 in eastern Bernalillo County, betwee... Read More


Bernalillo County leaders welcome the community to participate in a series of public meetings to develop the East Route 66 Sector Development Plan. The first meeting is Oct. 25 at Masonic Lodge No. 82, 1400 NM 333.

The plan will govern what kind of de... Read More


BernCo’s Neighborhood Outreach Grant Program is accepting applications from neighborhood associations throughout the county until Oct. 9 for projects to engage, educate and beautify local communities.

The Neighborhood Outreach Grant Program assi... Read More


The Bernalillo County Commission tonight approved the next step in the planning process for the Santolina development, by approving the Level B1 Master Plan on a 3-2 vote.

The Level B1 Master Plan covers about 4,000 acres and provides more detail abou... Read More


The Bernalillo County Commission tonight amended conditions for the Level A Master Plan for the Santolina development on the West Side, which means developers and the county can move ahead in the planning process for the 13,000-acre planned community... Read More


To work with and serve the residents of Bernalillo County through programs designed to preserve and protect public health and safety, and improve the built environment, by administering land use, building, planning, and health protection regulations ... Read More


Bernalillo County health protection officials have successfully removed more than 400 tons of used tires from Pajarito Mesa and the Rio Puerco in far southwestern Bernalillo County.

State grant funds, community service labor, heavy equipment, a court ... Read More


The Bernalillo County Commission Tuesday approved the creation of Santolina Tax Increment Development Districts 1 through 20, which allows a portion of certain county taxes to be diverted to help pay for roads, parks and other costs for the... Read More


The Bernalillo County Commission this evening approved the creation of Santolina Public Improvement Districts 1 through 40, which are political subdivisions of the state, separate from county government.

The districts would help pay for development an... Read More



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Businesses selling tobacco in Bernalillo County received high marks for compliance with identification laws during the 2016 inspection season.

Of 49 compliance visits conducted this spring, 47 businesses were found to be in compliance, and followed ma... Read More


The Rio Puerco tire dumpsite in southwestern Bernalillo County was reduced by more than 23,600 tires after Bernalillo County crews cleaned up a major portion of the area last month.

Bernalillo County was awarded $62,243 in state grant funding for the ... Read More

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