ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The city has some preliminary feedback on its planned $14 million homeless shelter.
A new report details the city’s first community input meeting held on Dec. 14 at the convention center. Roughly 180 people attended the meeting with many agreeing on three potential locations for the center.
The groups decided the former Lovelace Hospital on Gibson, a site near UNM’s Health Sciences Center, and a location at Second Street and I-40 each meet common criteria on ease of access and having a low impact on the neighborhood.
The online survey of the locations will stay up through mid-January. To take the survey, click here.