Downtown Neighborhood Area Sector Plan, Los Duranes Sector Plan, North Valley Overlay, Railyard RFP Appendices, Raynolds Addition / Barelas Stop Sign Reconfiguration, Retail Task Force, Sawmill Wells Park Sector Development Plan, Summit Park / North Campus Neighborhood Traffic Management Plan, The Modern Roundabout, Zuni Road Study, Impact Fee Ordinance Amendments, West Central Metropolitan Redevelopment Area, Impact Fee Amendments, 2010-2020 Redistricting Process
Councilor Debbie O’Malley is pleased to announce the beginning of a community planning effort for the Los Duranes Sector Development Plan. This community-driven update of the Sector Plan encourages and welcomes participation and input by Los Duranes for this exciting event. Bernalillo County is also participating in the update of this plan, as a portion of the plan area is within the county.
In 2007, as a response to constituents’ concerns that North Valley character is being developed over, Councilor O’Malley initiated a project to study the impacts of recent residential development trends.
The following links are intended to be used in conjunction with the City of Albuquerque Request for Proposals for the Albuquerque Rail Yards Redevelopment Project: Solicitation Number: RFP2011-003-JR.
City Councilor Isaac Benton is currently working with the City’s Department of Municipal Development (DMD) regarding traffic safety and stop sign reconfiguration in the Raynolds Addition and Barelas Neighborhoods.
A Retail Task Force has been developed to assist in an effort to promote a favorable environment for Retail Development.
The proposed amendments to the Sawmill Wells Park Sector Plan establish a circulation master plan for a Focus Area within the two neighborhoods. The Focus Area is defined approximately on the north by Interstate 40 (I-40), on the west by Rio Grande Boulevard, on the south by Mountain Road, and on the east by 12th Street, Bellamah Avenue NW, and 8th Street.
The primary goal of developing this Neighborhood Traffic Management Plan is to identify in a coherent way the problematic issues with regard to traffic and parking that residents of the Summit Park and North Campus neighborhood are facing.
Information about the roundabouts in Albuquerque.
The Zuni Road Study came after numerous complaints about safety on Zuni. People in the area were especially worried about the pedestrian and bicycle safety on the street.
The City Council drafted several versions of legislation to support West Central area community development groups to help implement the West Central MRA Plan.
The City Council amended and adopted a new impact fee ordinance in 2012.
Information regarding the City of Albuquerque's Redistricting Process.