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Office of Neighborhood Coordination (ONC) Weekly E-News – Monday, July 23, 2018

Southeast Area Command Hosts Coffee with a Cop This Wednesday

The Southeast Area Command invites you to attend “Coffee with a Cop” this Wednesday, July 25, 8:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m., at Chick-Fil-A, 1600 Gibson SE. It’s a great opportunity to meet your officers, share concerns and ideas about community policing, and have a cup of joe! E-mail: lkuehn@cabq.gov for more information.

 

Community Policing Council (CPC) Meetings This Week

  • Valley Area Command, Thursday, July 26 at 6:00 p.m., Johnny Tapia Wells Park Community Center

Residents are strongly encouraged to attend one of the CPCs in Albuquerque and become more involved with community policing. For more information on the CPCs and a complete schedule of meetings, visit:https://www.cabq.gov/police/community-policing-council

 

Northwest Area Command Hosts Officer Appreciation Day on Friday

Want to thank the police officers in the Northwest Area Command? Join them on Friday, July 27, 7:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. at the Northwest Area Command for Officer Appreciation! For more information, e-mail:pgelabert@cabq.gov

 

Neighborhood Association Meetings Across Town

  • Palomas Park NA, Tuesday, July 24 at 6:30 p.m. E-mail wmarsh7@comcast.net for more information.
  • Historic Old Town Property Owners, Wednesday, July 25 at 3:30 p.m., High Noon Restaurant in Old Town. E-mail: historicoldtown@gmail.com for more information.
  • International District Healthy Communities Coalition, Thursday, July 26 at 9:00 a.m., Highland Baptist Church. E-mail: ecardiel@bernco.gov for more information.
  • District 6 Coalition, Thursday, July 26 at 6:00 p.m., Mesa Verde Community Center. E-mail:ginafornm@gmail.com for more information.
  • Westgate Heights NA, Thursday, July 26 at 6:00 p.m., 9901 Benavides SW. E-mail:westgate9901@gmail.com for more information.
  • District 8 Coalition, Thursday, July 26 at 7:00 p.m., Holiday Park Community Center, 11710 Comanche NE. E-mail: dhc@zianet.com for more information.

 

Lynda.com Offers Variety of Free Online Training

Have you tried Lynda.com using your library card yet? This free online training resource offers numerous courses on graphic design, technology, business, and other creative skills, designed to help you achieve personal and professional goals. The trainings are video-based tutorials and allow you to learn at your own pace. And all you need is a current library card! Visit: www.abqlibrary.org to log in and start learning today!

 

Garage Sale Safety Tips

Summer always means garage sales, and there are a few things to keep in mind when having one:

  • Only two garage sales per year are allowed by City rule, and can’t exceed three days
  • No signs advertising the sale are allowed on utility poles or in medians.
  • If possible, have an assistant or two to help you with sales and cash handling, and to prevent theft of sale items or cash
  • Have plenty of change on hand – $1 bills, quarters, etc. – and keep a close eye on it
  • Have a calculator on hand
  • Specify that sale of all items is final and clarify that all sales are cash only
  • For safety, have the sale in your more-visible yard or driveway, not in the garage
  • Keep your pets indoors
  • Keep your house doors and windows closed and locked, and keep your garage locked
  • Before the sale, double-check all sale items to ensure no personal or financial information is left in them
  • Watch for trip hazards such as cords, boxes, bags, or other clutter, and don’t display breakable items where they can be easily knocked over
  • Keep anything that is not for sale out of sight
  • Any items not sold at the end of the day could be put in a box marked “FREE” to eliminate further packing and cleaning up
  • If you’ve put out signs, remember to take them down at the end of the sale and keep your neighborhood looking tidy

For additional questions on garage sales, contact the Planning Department’s Zoning & Residential Code Office at (505) 924-3850 ,or visit: https://www.cabq.gov/planning/planning-faqs/code-enforcement-faqs

 

Center for Non-Profit Excellence Offers Community Resources

Community resources abound on the Center for Non-Profit Excellence (CNPE) website. This group is dedicated to offering training and educational resources to build non-profit capacity in central New Mexico. To see a complete list of resources you can utilize for your neighborhood association, community association, or non-profit, visit: https://www.centerfornonprofitexcellence.org/

 

National Night Out Website Up and Running!

Is your neighborhood or block hosting an event for National Night Out on Tuesday, August 7? You can register it online now, as well as get help for planning your event, download a customizable flyer, and much more. Visit: www.cabq.gov/nno to get started!

 

One Albuquerque Summits Taking Place This Week

Don’t forget to register for one of the three upcoming One Albuquerque Goals Summits happening this week. The summits provide a unique opportunity for citizens to help shape the city’s future in the areas of public safety, the environment and the economy. For the first time, sessions will be held in each quadrant of the city, and a session in Spanish will be part of the final session. To register, visit: https://nmfirst.worldsecuresystems.com/event-details/2018-albuquerque-goals-summit

 

ONC Library Offers Numerous Resources for Neighborhoods

Need ideas for your neighborhood association meeting? Interested in applying for grants? Want to learn more about resolving conflicts between neighbors? The Office of  Neighborhood Coordination (ONC) can help! We offer online resources on all of these topics, and a lot more! Visit our Resources page at:www.cabq.gov/office-of-neighborhood-coordination/resources or our Toolbox page at: www.cabq.gov/office-of-neighborhood-coordination/neighborhood-toolbox and see what you can find!

 

 

The Office of Neighborhood Coordination Staff

Phone: 505-768-3334

Email: onc@cabq.gov

Website: www.cabq.gov/neighborhoods