City of Albuquerque – Office of the City Clerk

City of Albuquerque – Office of the City Clerk
600 2nd Street NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102


Web site: Office of the City Clerk

Institution Type: Local government office


Description: The Office of Albuquerque’s City Clerk houses a variety of records bearing on the history and preservation of Route 66 within the city. These include the minutes of the City Council as well as all ordinances, bills, and resolutions passed by the Council (along with the corresponding legislative file); executive communications; and the minutes generated by all city boards and commissions. For example, in 2001 the City Council passed an ordinance designating the historic Jones Motor Company building on Central Avenue (historic Route 66) as a city landmark. The full legislative history surrounding this actions (which involved various municipal departments and commissions) is maintained by the Office of the City Clerk and is accessible to members of the public upon request.

Regions Covered: Route 66 in New Mexico

Type of Materials: Government documents, meeting minutes, and communications

Time Periods: 20th and 21st centuries


Facility Hours: 
Monday-Friday 9AM-5PM

Online Resources and Finding Aids: Some municipal records have been digitized and are available in printable form online. In other cases, photocopies are provided. For further details and information, visit the city’s website.