Planning & Development Services

Bernalillo County and the Illegal Dumping Partnership Clean Up at Rio Bravo and Coors

Bernalillo County and Illegal Dumping Partnership members came together on Tuesday to address an on-going dumping area at the corner of Rio Bravo and Coors Blvd., which has also become a homeless campsite. There were over 20 volunteers that came together to clean the site, over a period of four hours, to support this initiative.

Bernalillo County and the City of Albuquerque to Speak About Next Steps for Illegal Dumping Partnership

Bernalillo County Commission Vice Chair Steven Michael Quezada, Mayor Tim Keller, and Albuquerque City Councilor Klarissa Peña will be speaking about the Illegal Dumping Partnership and plans for educating the public about the serious problem of illegal dumping to find ways to make this initiative move forward.

The Planning and Development Services Department's Mission

To work with and serve the residents of Bernalillo County through programs designed to preserve and protect public health and safety, and improve the built environment, by administering land use, building, planning, and health protection regulations in a fair and consistent manner.
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Computer Upgrades to Temporarily Close Some County Offices

BernCo offices utilizing Accela Automation and Accela Citizen Access will be closed and services unavailable from Thursday, Aug. 20 at 5 p.m. to Monday, Aug. 24 at 8 a.m.
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Commissioners Approve Nuisance Abatement Ordinance

Property owners who fail to keep their properties free of weeds and trash, or have substandard buildings may have the county cleaning up and billing the owners for the work.
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BernCo Conducting Virtual Food Safety Checks

Bernalillo County food safety inspectors are still on the job and conducting food safety checks via the web or by phone. The checks are non-binding and are not inspections, but are an effort to ensure that all restaurants still operating during the coronavirus (COVID-19) health emergency are maintaining proper safety standards and following the public health order.

County Restaurant Workers Urged to Wear Masks and Gloves

Bernalillo County, in keeping with state mandates, directives and recommendations, is urging all restaurants to adhere to New Mexico Health and Environment Department guidance that all restaurant employees providing curbside, take-out, or delivery service wear a protective mask and gloves while performing these services.

County Building Permit Applications Hold Steady

Permits for construction work in Bernalillo County have held steady during the coronavirus COVID 19 stay-at-home order issued by Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham.
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Read All About Proposed Developments in Bernalillo County

Read All About Proposed Developments in Bernalillo County
Click here to see the plans behind developments under proposal in Bernalillo County

Frequently Asked Zoning Questions

Frequently-Asked Zoning Questions
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