The Department of Municipal Development (DMD) assures that capital projects will be completed efficiently and in a timely manner with high quality standards. The department also oversees the security and maintenance of city facilities, including the operation of Isotopes Stadium. DMD provides the operation and maintenance of city streets, storm drains, and traffic signals as well as the development and design of capital infrastructure for streets and storm drainage.
The parking division manages several parking structures and parking lots providing maintenance and repairs of facilities, attendant services and customer support, and oversees parking enforcement services. The parking division also oversees parking meter operations including revenue collections, installations, and repairs.
What We Do
Capital Implementation Program
CIP's mission is to enhance the physical and cultural development of the City.
Designs and provide construction management for new transportation and storm drainage projects.
Street & Storm Maintenance
Maintains and upgrades arterial and residential roads and some arroyos around the city.
Facilities & Energy
Provides uniformed security services at City-owned facilities.
Paseo del Norte & Interstate 25 Interchange
The Paseo del Norte and I-25 Interchange improvements have been a high priority for the City of Albuquerque and the Metropolitan Area for many years.
The $900,000 project will bring the building up to current safety code to allow events like farmer's markets, concerts, and car shows. Other work includes repairing the broken glass panes, renovating the parking area, addressing ADA accessibility, cleaning, painting and installing electricity and lighting to the building.
Convention Center Remodel Phase 1 & 2
The second phase is currently in the bidding phase and construction is expected to start in mid-September 2013 and finish in the Summer 2014.
Ladera Golf Course is home to the To'Hajiilee Summer Junior Golf Program,
Fall and Spring Swim lessons are offered at West Mesa Aquatic Center and Sandia Pool. Classes are divided by age and skill level.
Read more about Tennis Lessons through the City's Parks and Recreation Department.