Description: This polygon feature class is a roughly one-mile-square index for Bernalillo County, NM. It is different from the "Bernalillo County Index" feature class in that all the polygons along the Bernalillo County boundary have been extended to rectangles.
Copyright Text: Lainey Greiner, GIS Program/Bernalillo County Planning & Development Services
Description: This polygon feature class is the boundaries for the City of Albuquerque, the Town of Edgewood, the Village of Los Ranchos de Albuquerque, the Community of Paradise Hills, the City of Rio Rancho, and the Village of Tijeras in Bernalillo County, NM. The polygon boundaries were adjusted to follow the parcel lines in the "Parcel Lines" feature class to improve map display.
Copyright Text: Orlando Dow, GIS Program/Bernalillo County Public Works Division
Description: This polygon feature class contains the boundaries and related attributes of Neighborhood Associations, Neighborhood Coalitions, and Neighborhood Notify lists as provided by the Office of Neighborhood Coordination (ONC) in the City of Albuquerque Council Services Department.The Neighborhood Association Recognition ordinance was first established in 1987 and subsequently amended in 2007 (O-107, Enactment # O-2007-042). The details of the ordinance can be found on the American Legal publication of Albuquerque Code of Ordinances.This feature class contains recognized and unrecognized neighborhood associations and homeowner associations (HOAs) that have complied with the specific components of the Neighborhood Association Recognition Ordinance, neighborhood association coalitions, and special "notify list" boundaries that reference multiple associations that would need to be notified if the application location or event is located within the "notify list" boundary. This feature class also contains inactive neighborhood associations and HOAs that have not complied with the Ordinance. These are marked "inactive" and may become active in the future.ONC keeps a database of associations, coalitions, and special notify lists along with contact information. The contact information, overall status (inactive/active) and recognition status is provided to AGIS by ONC in an export out of the ONC database and joined to the geographic data using the Association Acronym (unique identifier for each record). New associations or boundary changes are provided separately to AGIS either through an interactive mapping application or a paper or PDF map with the boundary identified. A comprehensive Quality Control of the database and GIS boundaries was conducted in April 2017. The GIS Quality Control was conducted by AGIS staff by visually comparing the mapped boundary in our GIS with the drawn boundary on the paper map of record kept by ONC. ONC conducted its own Quality Control during the creation of the new ONC database just prior to and after ONC moved from the Planning Department to Council Services. Resolution R-16-89 was enacted (R-2017-008) in February 2017 moving ONC to the Council Services Department.
Copyright Text: AGIS Division, City of Albuquerque Planning Department
Office of Neighborhood Coordination, City of Albuquerque Council Services Department