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Planning Program

Planning & Development Review
Albuquerque Development Services
Albuquerque Geographic Information System (AGIS)
Office of Community/Neighborhood Coordination


Richard Sertich, AICP, Associate Director

The Planning Program provides a variety of services to both the internal and external customers of the City. The Planning and Development Review Divisions provide research, review and professional analysis and advice on city-wide development activities to insure compliance with adopted plans, policies, procedures and ordinances. This program provides the guidance and review to community decisions on the physical development of Albuquerque over the next 20 - 30 years.

The Office of Community & Neighborhood Coordination serves as the City's liaison with the 300+ neighborhood associations and assists in development of coalitions of groups and neighborhood associations.

Albuquerque Development Services is the redevelopment agency for the City of Albuquerque. Their role is to promote and stimulate redevelopment in distressed areas of Albuquerque. This is accomplished using metropolitan redevelopment tools and the creation of public/private partnerships.

Albuquerque Geographic Information Services (AGIS) maintains and develops an extensive data base of geographic information for the Albuquerque metropolitan area. They use this data to produce maps and analytical reports for City departments and the public.

Administration provides support to all divisions on budget, personnel and internal operations.

For general information regarding the Planning Department, please contact (505) 924-3860
Planning Dept. -  600 2nd St. NW - Albuquerque, NM 87103

Comments to:
Deborah Nason, Public Information Officer,

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