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Two-Day Career Fair Offers Excellent Job-Hunting Resources for the Community

Do you know someone who is seeking a job and could use a little help in getting hired? This two-day Career Event is open to the public and offers a wealth of career resources in both English and Spanish! Tuesday, September 11 will offer 20-minute workshops on interview success and tips to enhance your job application, and there will be opportunities to get a complimentary haircut! Friday, September 14 offers real-life opportunities to meet potential employers, apply for jobs, and have face-to-face interviews! To register for this free event, e-mail: or in person at the South Valley Multipurpose Community Center, 2008 Larrazolo SW. For more general information,


Carousel at BioPark Closed Today for Maintenance

The carousel at the ABQ BioPark is closed today, Monday, September 10, for regular maintenance. If you were planning a jaunt over there, make a note that the carousel should be open again tomorrow!


September is National Preparedness Month

It’s National Preparedness Month, when everyone is strongly encouraged to prepare themselves, their families and pets, and their homes, for potential disasters. You never know where or when disaster might strike, and having a plan of action is the best way to make sure you’ll be ready. Here are some ideas for preparing:

  • Have an emergency plan in place. Know if you will shelter in your home, or meet in another location. Ensure everyone in your family knows and understands the plan, and practice it regularly.
  • Ensure you and your family always know how to get in touch with each other.
  • Remember that in an emergency, a text message may get through if a call does not, because texts require less bandwidth. So consider texting as an option for communication in an emergency.
  • Have a place you can all meet up if you’re apart when disaster strikes.
  • Make sure you what emergency plans are in place at your children’s school, in the event of emergency, lockdown, or other disaster.
  • Have a 3-day supply of bottled water in your home or in your car if you must evacuate.
  • Keep an extra supply of medications, a first aid kit, extra candles and matches, glasses and contact lenses, personal hygiene items, and flashlights and extra batteries in your home or in a portable kit.
  • Remember your pets and have a contingency plan to keep them safe, evacuate them safely or transport them in the event you must leave your home.
  • Safeguard your family’s critical documents, such as titles and deeds, identification papers and cards, medical and insurance cards, military service information if applicable, and other financial, household and medical information. Either make copies and store them in a waterproof safe, store them with trusted family and friends who don’t live with you, or consider storing them in a bank safety deposit box.
  • Sign up for emergency alerts from the City of Albuquerque by downloading the OneABQ mobile app today!

Water Rebates Expiring This Month So Use Them Before They’re Gone!

Did you know that the Water Utility Authority offers great rebates for certain toilets, urinals, showerheads, hot water recirculation systems and swamp cooler thermostats? They do, but they’re ending Sunday, September 30. If you want to take advantage of these rebates while you still can, call 842-WATR Option 4, or visit:

Community Policing Council (CPC) Meetings This Week

  • Foothills Area Command, Monday, September 10 at 6:00 p.m., Holiday Park Community Center.
  • Northeast Area Command, Tuesday, September 11 at 6:30 p.m., North Domingo Baca Multigenerational Center.
  • Southwest Area Command, Wednesday, September 12 at 6:00 p.m., Alamosa 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:

Neighborhood Association Meetings Around Town

  • Alamosa NA, Monday, September 10 at 6:00 p.m., Private residence. E-mail: for more information.
  • Nob Hill NA, Monday, September 10 at 6:30 p.m., Monte Vista Church. E-mail: for more information.
  • Silver Hill NA, Monday, September 10 at 7:00 p.m., Heights Community Center. E-mail: for more information.
  • Wells Park NA, Tuesday, September 11 at 6:30 p.m., Johnny Tapia Wells Park Community Center. E-mail: for more information.
  • Huning Castle, Wednesday, September 12 at 7:00 p.m., Albuquerque Country Club Boardroom. E-mail: for more information.
  • North Wyoming NA, Wednesday, September 12 at 7:00 p.m., North Domingo Baca Multigenerational Center. No contact information given.
  • Barelas NA, Thursday, September 13 at 6:00 p.m., Barelas Community Center. E-mail: for more information.
  • South Valley Coalition, Thursday, September 13 at 6:30 p.m., Bernalillo County Sheriff South Area Command. E-mail: for more information.

One Albuquerque Goals Summit Final Report Available Online

Did you attend the One Albuquerque Goals Summit earlier this year? The Final Report, which will be used to make recommendations to the Mayor and City Council on goals, conditions and indicators, and will influence future city policies and programs. Read the Final Report here.


City Seeks Input on Website

The City of Albuquerque is seeking feedback from the community regarding our website ( Members of the public are invited to complete a short survey about what they like and dislike about the City’s website, as well as ideas for improvements that can be made. Please complete this anonymous survey at and share this link with anyone who might have constructive feedback to provide.

Air Quality Alerts Can Help With Seasonal Allergies

Did you know the City’s Environmental Health Department offers daily online updates for air quality and pollen counts? With late summer weather and recent rainfall combining to bring on allergies, this online resource is a great tool for you and your family. Visit: each day to see air quality alerts, pollen counts, and “ok to burn” notifications.


ONC YouTube Channel Offers Neighborhood Video Resources

Looking for material for your neighborhood meeting or community gathering? Check out the Office of Neighborhood Coordination’s YouTube Channel! We have videos on bylaws, calling 911 vs. 242-COPS, best practices from neighborhood leaders, and much more! Visit: to see what’s on offer!


The Office of Neighborhood Coordination Staff

Phone: 505-768-3334