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Bernalillo County COVID-19 Updates

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Information from Bernalillo County regarding its operation during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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  • The Bernalillo County Public Art Program invites you to join us for the finalists’ presentations for the Tiny Home Village Public Art Project. Please register in advance for this live Zoom webinar at the attached link and get more at More Information.
    4/19/2021 12:00 PM - 4/19/2021 4:30 PM

  • Please be advised that the Addiction Treatment Advisory Board will meet on Monday, April 19, 2021 at 4 p.m. In response to the governor’s declaration of a public health emergency and ban on large public gatherings, this meeting will be conducted virtually through Zoom. This meeting is open to the public and constituents are encouraged to participate. See attached agenda and Zoom meeting link.
    4/19/2021 4:00 PM

  • The Bernalillo County Commission will hold a closed meeting on April 20, 2021 at 2:45 p.m. Please see the attached agenda.
    4/20/2021 2:45 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’s hardest hit zip codes for COVID-19 cases is getting some help from FEMA and the New Mexico Department of Health. FEMA is providing one of its tent trailers to the county to for use as a vaccination site, starting in the South Valley. The trailer is located at Las Estancias Center near Rio Bravo and Coors through today and next week will move to the county West Side Community Center at 1250 Isleta Blvd, SW. Anyone wishing to get the coronavirus vaccine just needs to drive up to the FEMA Trailer location and fill out the paperwork.
The second week of the El Camino Real Trade Fair gets underway Friday at 6:30 p.m. with a cooking demonstration, a kids’ activity that combines archaeology and cookies, and a musical performance. The event is virtual this year and presented by Bernalillo County and community partners.
Bernalillo County and Silver Horizons will again offer free groceries to low-income seniors (50+) at two drive-thru grocery pickup events.
It has been a two-year process in getting BCFD’s new ladder truck 38 built and officially placed into service. This unit will serve the community in the South Valley at Station 38 off of Rio Bravo and Prince. Last year Station 38 crews responded to 3,196 calls for service. This unit will serve as the primary ladder truck for the South Valley responding to every structure fire that is dispatched in that region. It will also be the primary suppression and rescue apparatus responding to the I-25 corridor stretching from Sunport Blvd. to Isleta Blvd. It will also be an available resource for automatic aid response in the city of Albuquerque.
Crews have begun the months-long task of demolishing the old Regional Correctional Center at Fifth and Roma. Crews are currently working inside the building to remove old fixtures and other items that can either be recycled or, for safety reasons, should be removed before the building is demolished. The removal of the structure will utilize a controlled, non-explosive process. The lot will become parking for the downtown area.
County commissioners passed a resolution providing $1 million from the county’s general fund to support the City of Albuquerque’s Gateway Center which will provide temporary shelter for those experiencing homelessness. The county will sell $1 million in general obligation public housing bonds to repay the money allocated from the general operating money.
Assessor Tanya R. Giddings announces the Office of the Assessor sent out the 2021 Notice of Value (NOV) statements to property owners of the county on April 1. The NOV statements show the assessed value for residential and non-residential real property, manufactured homes, commercial properties and vacant land. Values are effective as of Jan. 1, 2021, pursuant to Property Tax Code Section 7-38-7 NMSA, and based on the analysis of prior year market activity for current and correct values as part of the ad valorem appraisal process.
Bernalillo County Open Space is excited to present six special events in April and May for residents interested in gardening, sustainable landscaping, painting and more.
An outdoor educational site will be created near Central and the Rio Grande with the mission of celebrating the acequia culture and protecting and preserving agricultural ways of life and traditions in the Rio Grande Valley.
Bernalillo County is now accepting online applications for utility and rental assistance through the Bernalillo County Relief of Emergency Needs for Tenants (RENT) assistance program. Paper applications are also being accepted. Available funds cover rent and renters’ utility payments, which will be applied towards past due rent and utilities due starting April 2020 through December 2021, for up to six months of rental and utility assistance payments, but no more than $10,000 for rent and/or utilities. Mortgage payments nor mortgage owners’ utilities are covered.

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If you own property in Bernalillo County, Notice of Value Statements are in the mail, deadline to apply for tax savings programs or file an appeal is April 30, 2021.
Join Bernalillo County and its partners bringing you the El Camino Real Trade Fair, online at, Friday nights and Saturday mornings in April (2021). There is music, lectures, demos and much more. Learn how to make adobe bricks, Papel Picado art, Pueblo Cherry Pies in addition to learning about New Mexico's history, from the story of the Matachinas dancers to the people who came here and help make Albuquerque and Bernalillo County what it is today. Tune in at 6:30p.m on Friday nights and 9 a.m. on Saturday mornings.
Bernalillo County and the City of Albuquerque are teaming up to combat illegal dumping by creating the Illegal Dumping Partnership. County Commissioner Steven Michael Quezada and City Councilor Klarissa Pena have teamed up with their respective elected bodies including the MRCOG, AMAFCA, MRGCD, ABCWUA, BCSO, APD, The SOMOS UNIDOS Foundation, CNM, PNM APS, NMED, NMDOT, and the West Central Development Community Group to create a strong alliance to help eliminate the problem. Find them on Facebook at IllegalDumpingPartnershipNM.
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