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Bernalillo County and Illegal Dumping Partnership members came together on Tuesday, April 27 to address an on-going dumping area at the corner of Rio Bravo and Coors Blvd., which has also become a homeless campsite.

There were over 20 volunteers that ... Read More


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 ... Read More


The Illegal Dumping Partnership (IDP) is a multi-agency task force that was founded in late 2019  to help combat illegal dumping throughout Bernalillo County.

Its mission is to minimize illegal dumping by tracking pollution and benchmarking progr... Read More


Property owners who fail to keep their properties free of weeds and trash, or have substandard buildings may have the county cleaning up and billing the owners for the work.

Bernalillo County commissioners approved the nuisance abatement ordinance on ... Read More


Bernalillo County food safety inspectors are still on the job and conducting food safety checks via the web or by phone.  The checks are non-binding and are not inspections, but are an effort to ensure that all restaurants still operating during... Read More


Bernalillo County, in keeping with state mandates, directives and recommendations, is urging all restaurants to adhere to New Mexico Health and Environment Department guidance that all restaurant employees providing curbside, take-out, or delivery se... Read More


Permits for construction work in Bernalillo County have held steady during the coronavirus COVID 19 stay-at-home order issued by Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham. Construction, repair and remodeling contractors such as plumbers, electricians and mecha... Read More


Bernalillo County Planning & Development Services Department is hosting a public meeting regarding expansion of the East Route 66 Sector Development Plan (adopted in 2018) to include more properties along Route 66 / NM 333 in the East Mountains a... Read More


Beginning Jan.1, 2020, retailers in the unincorporated areas of Bernalillo County, outside the city limits of Albuquerque and the village limits of Tijeras and Los Ranchos, will be required to stop providing plastic single-use carryout bags and singl... Read More


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

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