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Integrated Development Ordinance
EPC Hearing
The Environmental Planning Commission (EPC) is scheduled to hold the first and second hearings on the Integrated Development Ordinance from 1-8 p.m. on the following dates:
  • Thursday, April 6 – Vincent E. Griego Chambers, City Hall
  • Monday, April 10 – Plaza del Sol, 600 2nd Street NW, Basement Hearing Room (Note the location change!)
You are encouraged to attend and give verbal testimony. Public comment will be taken throughout the afternoon and evening, so come when you can!
Written comments will be taken throughout the review and approval process, expected to take at least six months. 
To be considered at the first two hearings, submit written comments by 1 p.m. Tuesday, April 4, 2017.
Send written comments to or by mail to 600 2nd St. NW, Albuquerque, NM  87103, Attn: Catalina Lehner, Staff Planner
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ABC Comp Plan
The City Council voted 6-2 to adopt the updated ABC Comp Plan on March 20, 2017.
Thank you to everyone who took time to attend a meeting, read the draft, send comments, meet with staff, testify at a hearing, post on Facebook, or talk to your neighbors.
We are excited to confirm the shared vision to grow as a city of distinct neighborhoods, vibrant Centers, and multi-modal Corridors that give us safer and easier options to bike, walk, or take transit. Your voices helped strengthen policy protections for community identity, acequias, Open Space, community health, and environmental justice.
The Plan is headed to the Mayor for signature and will become effective 5 days after the City Clerk receives and records it. The Plan will also be sent to Bernalillo County so that it can be submitted to the County’s review and approval process.
Copies of the Greenline draft are still at ABC Libraries, City Community, Multigenerational, and Senior Centers. We supplemented the draft with the adopted floor amendments. 
Thanks for your help in making Albuquerque the best it can be!