Resources

Connect with your neighbors, the city, and the police online: There’s a social media website called Nextdoor. The Albuquerque Police Department will be utilizing it in an effort to facilitate virtual neighborhood watches and help foster police-to-neighborhood communications. The City of Albuquerque will also be using it to provide important updates and information to our neighborhood. Click here to find out more About Nextdoor. Click here to sign up.

Service Requests of the City of Albuquerque: Have a question or a service request of the City of Albuquerque? Submit this form to the 311 Citizen Contact Center Online Service Request.  You can also install an app, called ABQ311,  on your smart phone and submit requests through that.

Report Suspicious Behavior: Our local police appreciate it when we report any suspicious behavior. It helps them do their job well. If you see anything suspicious, call police non-emergency at 242-COPS (2677) or submit your information online at http://www.valleyareacommand.com/contact/. Or if you have questions, you can email our police representative, Lieutenant Arturo Sanchez, at arturosanchez@cabq.gov

Crime Report: The Albuquerque Police Department is now making local up-to-date crime data available to the public through CrimeMapping.com. If you would like to get notices emailed to you when a crime is reported in your area, click on the “Receiving Crime Alerts” button in the upper right.

Request Extra Police Watch: If you’re going out of town, you can set up what is called a 10-10 to have police officers that are not on a current call to do drive-by’s of areas at random times to keep eyes on your property. You can do this by calling the substation at 761-8800 and answering a few quick questions. It takes less than 5 minutes to complete.

Other Police Services and Information: The Valley Area Command website has a wealth of information.

Stay Informed: Here’s some suggestions on how to stay informed on what’s happening in our neighborhood.

  • Sign up for the Email Subscription on this website. You will get an email every time a new post is published.
  • Come to our neighborhood association meetings held the 2nd Tuesday of every month, except July and December, at 6:30 at the Wells Park Community Center.
  • Sign up for Nextdoor.com as described above.
  • The City is in the process of putting together a new zoning plan and ordinance. See our Zoning page for more information.
  • Sign up for our City Councilor’s periodic newsletter by clicking on a recent newsletter and following the directions at the bottom of the newsletter.
  • Follow our Mayor, Richard Berry, on Twitter.
  • Follow our state legislation when it’s in session.
  • Follow our State Representative, Javier Martinez, on Facebook or Twitter.
  • Read our local paper, the Albuquerque Journal.

Voice Your Concerns and Compliments:

  • If you’re not sure who to contact with your concern or compliment, call 311 and ask them. They can be very helpful.
  • Come to our neighborhood association meetings held the 2nd Tuesday of every month, except July and December, at 6:30 at the Wells Park Community Center. There’s opportunity for public comment during the meetings.
  • Send a message to our neighborhood association.
  • The City is in the process of putting together a new zoning plan and ordinance. See our Zoning page for ways to give your feedback on it.
  • Contact our City Councilor, Isaac Benton.
  • Speak at a City Council meeting. Here is the schedule. The agenda is generally published the Friday before each meeting. You can see it here.
  • Contact our Mayor, Richard Berry.
  • Contact our State Representative, Javier Martinez.
  • Contact your State Senator. Our neighborhood is split into 2 senate districts. To find out which one you’re in, click here.
    District 12 Jerry Ortiz y Pino
    District 13 Bill O’Neill

Noise Ordinance:  Albuquerque Noise Ordinance Information.
Also, here’s the Bernalillo County Noise Ordinance