The MiABQ Project is an independent volunteer group of young professionals who are interested in the revitalization of Downtown Albuquerque.

Our mission is to encourage the activity, engagement, and vision of Albuquerque's millennial generation in making downtown a vibrant, revitalized community and the locus of innovation, art, and activity in our city. The group is open to those that want to make a positive contribution towards the city's urban revitalization and who meet our parameters of professionalism and age, and are willing to volunteer their time and expertise to make a serious contribution to this effort. No membership. No dues. Just sign up and start getting involved!

MiABQ was drawn together on March 5th, 2014 by the Downtown Action Team, the Historic District Improvement Company, and the City of Albuquerque Department of Economic Development. At that time, and at the invitation of Mayor Richard J. Berry, three committees were formed to oversee select initiatives chosen by the majority of the group: the Permitting & Regulations Committee (now SPI Team), the Green Committee, and Communications Committee. MiABQ continues to meet in these small committees, and new initiatives and projects are identified through our original research and expressed community needs. We've also hosted networking events for young professionals throughout our city; coordinated flash mob lunches at downtown restaurants; organized Bosque clean-up events; worked with the City of Albuquerque to bring informational sessions regarding public art, the upcoming rapid transit system, and other on-going planning efforts to our group; and more. We're always looking for positive, impactful ways to contribute to our community!

If you are interested in joining a working group, learning more, or sharing an idea for a project, please fill out the form below.


Organizing Committee