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Thanks to everyone who participated in our Colliding Into the Future Business Summit on April 12! For a quick look at why one business decided to participate, check out the story below from KOB:

At summit, start-ups look to learn from retirees - KOB

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Bernalillo County – The latest housing project, a $19.4 million, 240-unit apartment complex, built using county authorized Project Revenue Bonds, (PRB) opened on Albuquerque’s West Side.

The Village at Avalon is a workforce housing co... Read More


Over the last five years Bernalillo County has issued 26 Industrial Revenue Bonds to businesses wishing to expand operations in the county. The Albuquerque Journal recently published a story highlighting these bonds in more detail.

Earlier in February... Read More


The Bernalillo County Commission has approved the issuance of project revenue bonds (PRB) to fund a new 240-unit family housing complex for southwest Albuquerque near Atrisco Heritage High School.

DBG properties received commission approval for $23 mi... Read More


The Bernalillo County Commission has approved $7 million in industrial revenue bonds (IRB) for New Mexico owned and operated Vitality Works.

Vitality Works plans to expand its manufacturing plant, administrative facilities and laboratories located at ... Read More


The Bernalillo County Commission will consider a motion on Feb. 13, 2018, to adopt an Ordinance authorizing approval of an Industrial Revenue Bond application in an amount not to exceed $7 million. Vitality Works Inc. (VWI) is planning an expansion o... Read More


The Bernalillo County Commission will consider a motion on Feb. 13, 2018, to adopt an ordinance authorizing approval of Project Revenue Bond application in an amount of up to $23 million for Valle de Atrisco Family Apartments. This project ... Read More


Developers cut the ribbon Jan. 19, 2018 on the Rio Vista Apartments, a 75-unit renovated apartment complex at 770 Juan Tabo NE for low-income seniors and people with special needs.

Bernalillo County assisted with the project by approving a $4 million ... Read More


A 46-person delegation led by Mayor Norio Tomonaga of Sasebo, Japan, Albuquerque’s first Sister City, attended a special 10-year celebration at the ABQ Bio Park for the Sasebo Japanese Garden on Oct. 15. The visit also marked the 50th Sister Ci... Read More


Commissioner Lonnie Talbert today hosted a delegation of European political leaders at the Bernalillo County Commission offices, sharing best practices on job creation, economic development and open government.

Leaders from Bulgaria, Denmark, Finland,... Read More


Commissioner Wayne Johnson is pleased to announce BernCo’s “Bolster Your Business with Contracts from the Government, Educational Institutions and the Military,” a free seminar aimed at helping small businesses learn more about thes... Read More


Business leaders, entrepreneurs and nonprofit leaders learned about creating and sustaining a culture of success for organizations large and small during a small business summit organized by Bernalillo County.

The summit, “How to Build a Culture... Read More


On May 23, 2017, the Bernalillo County Commission will consider an ordinance approving an Industrial Revenue Bond for the Village @ La Orilla.

The following documents in their final form are available for review.



The Bernalillo County Commission has made revisions to economic development policies that will provide additional information and transparency for incentives like tax breaks for businesses that seek to expand, relocate or start operations here.

The re... Read More


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