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Downtown Neighborhoods Association
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Monthly Meeting
July 11, 2018
 
The July 2018 meeting of the Downtown Neighborhoods Association was held at the Harwood Art Center, pursuant to prior approval.
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Reminder – meeting is at 6:30 at Harwood Arts Center (7th and Mountain)

0718 DNA Agenda July 2018

Join us: Wednesday July 11th, 6:30-7:30 at Harwood Arts Center

City of Albuquerque Fire Restrictions and Safety Tips

  • Extreme caution is urged when using any type of fireworks or firecrackers within city limits.
  • Consider attending one of the many public firework shows around town rather than purchasing fireworks.
  • If you see illegal fireworks in use, call 911 immediately, or download the free ABQ 311 App and report illegal fireworks using your smartphone.
  • Always buy fireworks from a local vendor to ensure what you purchase is safe and legal for use within the city limits, and use caution and common sense when using them.
  • Always use fireworks on an asphalt surface and never on grass or dirt.
  • Always have water nearby.
  • Be aware of your surroundings at all times when using fireworks
  • For a list of Prohibited and Permissible fireworks within City limits, visit:www.cabq.gov/fire/safety-information/fireworks-ordinance-safety-tips

To learn more about fire safety, visit: www.cabq.gov/fire

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Downtown Neighborhoods Association
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Monthly Meeting
June 6, 2018
 
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Bernalillo County – All of Bernalillo County’s East Mountain open space properties will be closed due to the high fire danger in those areas starting Friday, June 15, at 8 a.m.

Ojito de San Antonio, Sandia Knolls, Sedillo Ridge and Sabino Canyon Open Space Properties will be closed until further notice. Carlito Springs was already closed for renovations.

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Hello Neighbors,

Nearly two years ago the City of Albuquerque and Bernalillo County came together to form the Behavioral Health Initiative (BHI) to find new solutions to the behavioral health crisis in Albuquerque.  We convened experts, physicians, first responders, providers, families, and people living with mental health and/or substance abuse issues to identify and design programs are most needed in the metro area to address the unmet needs of people living with behavioral health issues.  Read a summary of progress and programs online.  A link to the County’s BHI website is also included.
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