How Safe Is Albuquerque for Travel?

Albuquerque, United States
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Albuquerque the largest city in New Mexico; it is, actually, a large, high desert metropolis, often overshadowed by Santa Fe lying in the north.

Albuquerque has a lot of things to offer like amazing scenery, rich history, and even a magical hot-air balloon fiesta in the fall.

Also, it’s often forgotten or overlooked, but Albuquerque has vibrant arts and cultural attraction scene.

The BioPark, Aquarium, and Zoo are nationally recognized, and the annual International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta is amazing and is one of those events, like the Grand Canyon, that simply must be experienced in person to understand and appreciate.

Warnings & Dangers in Albuquerque

Overall Risk


When compared to nearly all other American cities, Albuquerque has an extremely high crime rate, so no - it cannot be considered a safe city. Use caution on the streets of this city both when it comes to petty crime and violent crime.

Transport & Taxis Risk


Albuquerque is ranked highest in the nation for auto theft. If you need to stop mid-drive for any reason, always secure your vehicle with an anti-theft device. Never leave valuables unattended in your vehicle.

Pickpockets Risk


Pickpockets do operate in Albuquerque and tourists are commonly the victims of pickpocketing or bag snatching. Be careful in crowded places such as bus and train stations and keep your valuables in your accommodation.

Natural Disasters Risk


When outdoors, always use a lot of sunscreens. The elevation of the city is 5000 ft or higher, so you can get a bad sunburn very fast. Albuquerque also has a somewhat higher lightning risk during thunderstorms.

Mugging Risk


You should be careful when it comes to violent crime in Albuquerque. Even though they mostly have nothing to do with tourists, but there have been some kidnappings involving foreigners. Traveling in groups is recommended in the city.

Terrorism Risk


Excluding isolated mass shootings, Albuquerque hasn't been the target of any terrorist attacks recently, but the attacks shouldn't be ruled out. Be aware of your surroundings at all times.

Scams Risk


Scams exist in Albuquerque and you should use your wits while in this city. Double-check your change, never pay anything upfront and negotiate everything in advance. Be very careful around ATMs and be wary of people trying to distract you.

Women Travelers Risk


Albuquerque isn't dangerous for women particularly, but it is advised for tourists in general, regardless of their sex, not to roam around unaccompanied by someone who knows the safe and unsafe parts of the country.

So... How Safe Is Albuquerque Really?

There are plenty of great things about Albuquerque, but they are overshadowed by the bad.

There’s a lot of poverty, the school system is poorly rated, and wages are low.

This combination of factors leads to a high level of crime, with auto theft and burglary being serious problems throughout the city.

Albuquerque is number 1 in the nation for auto theft, with an incident where even a truck was stolen while the crew was out reporting on crime.

The police are so short-staffed, that it is common practice for drivers to completely ignore all traffic laws because everyone knows that the likelihood of being pulled over is null.

The biggest problem in Albuquerque, however, is the random crime.

It consistently ranks in the top 10 nationwide for various classes of crime, although generally, property crime outranks violent crime in the city.

Albuquerque also has one of the largest interstate traffic interchanges in the Southwest where I-25 and I-40 meet: and, like any other commodity, drugs follow the highway.

The bad neighborhoods are mostly in the southeast and southwest; the south valley is the worst for gang activity.

Violent crime is mainly confined to a few small areas, as in most cities where it exists.

Useful Information

  • Visas - The US is famous for its harsh policy for acquiring a tourist, let alone a resident visa. The US embassies usually ask for interviews before granting tourist visas, and tourists usually have to pay up to 160 USD to get a visa. If you are not sure about your visa status, contact your local US embassy for further information.
  • Currency - The United States dollar is the official currency in Albuquerque. Credit and debit cards are accepted nearly everywhere, and ATMs are widely available. The prices vary but you can plan on spending about 100 dollars per day.
  • Weather - Albuquerque, a mentioned, is in the high desert and has a generally warm and dry climate characterized by sunny and windy springs, and somewhat chilly nights. Summers are very hot and dry.
  • Airports - Albuquerque International Sunport is an international airport located 5 km southeast of downtown Albuquerque, in Bernalillo County, New Mexico.
  • Travel Insurance - Just like anywhere else, we recommend getting travel insurance when traveling to Albuquerque, since it covers not only the costs of medical problems but also theft and loss of valuables.
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Albuquerque Weather Averages (Temperatures)

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103 Reviews on Albuquerque

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    Ron Walker says:

    The Albuquerque review is 100% incorrect. Not sure why.

    1. Albuquerque is dangerous but New York City is safe? Whoever made this was either paid or out of touch.

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        Ur du** as f*** Sara says:

        Or just joking

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          Anonymous says:

          Must be from Burque

        2. Thumbs down on Albuquerque

          I’ve lived here for over 20 years and you are spot on. Albuquerque’s school system runs neck and neck to Mississippi’s year after year. The city/state government is a complete joke. I always say if you have a trailer you wish to get rid of bring it to Albuquerque and it will get stolen in less than 24 hours. NEVER leave anything, not even a dime, visible in you car or it will be broken into. Albuquerque is the worst.

      2. IT STINKS!


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          Dallas Hawkes says:

          Pros cons and dramatizations

          BS THE TRUTH IS THAT NM that Albuquerque is one the most diverse cities in the United states where minorities are the majorities ot also has a large native American population it shares boarders with about 3 different reservation sthat in itself has been plagued poverty abuse and exploitation. Albuquerque also is compassionate city that takes on the homeless from other states also it has historically been refuge for people one these times actually lead to have such a high crime . Lets travle back time and see where more of Albuquerque crime comes from . One biggest contributor was fidal castor in the 80s i know weird right this has been confirmed by 2 lawyers 2 politicians and many real estate agents and basically everyone that know anything about this city.Fidal castro i believe in the late 80s open all the prisons of Cuba many of these prisoners were thought to have been politcal prisoners because of course Castro was a evil communist but actually they werent a lot of them were actually at the time rapists murders and thiefs and bad people and maybe some political prisoners well during this time the USA wanted to help them and mainly the catholic church so they sot refuge with the catholic church and they brought these criminals here and thats begin the huge gang wars of the 90s people with no skills and didn’t know english with propensity to break the law were shoved into what we call the warzone anything east san mateo until like eubank and south of lomas roughly the heart being anything around trumbal park. So these criminals hooked up with Mexican cartels and then hooked up with California cartels then viola high crime. South valley has its own orgin story which i do not know . People flock to Albuquerque because we have great weather especially to be homeless in it is artery to the United states with old route 66 . What tou don’t is i live in the warzone and it is not that bad. Albuquerque also has a ton of natural beauty and was voted most affordable place to have vacation. It is the athesis of communistic it has such a importance on religious freedom and culture here it rich tapestry of many faiths and thoughts. Under lujan Grisham we have had one the best run vaccination program in the USA. Understand bill Bill Gates built Microsoft we had intel we have sandia labs we incredibly diverse thinkers as well. The person who said this is Republican troll that says the same thing in many different forms. Let me also verify some the true things it is not uncommon to see passed out homeless people on the side walk. Like i said we take in more then what we can afford and winters are tolerable and their is huge chairty here. Let me also add are homeless beggars are some of the nicest homeless and thankful people you ever gonna meet, when you say no they tell you god bless you thank you . I went to DC and women asked my brother for some money he gave her a quarter and she said what could i get with a quarter dammit i need a dollar, you will Never see that in Albuquerque i have given a homless perosn a penny and they thanked me and was appreciative. Yes you shouldn’t go walking east of San Mateo and central at night but you are very safe in nob hill and by the university where all the fun stuff is and the east mountains are untouched gem none of this crime applies to the tijers canyon and the east mountains and four hills. There is actually very few places you should avoid international district at night south Valley at night if you dont know it well its easy to get lost. Other than that walk run stop at red lights with ease Albuquerque really love tourist’s and bemused when people think we are part of mexico. Go on are tram do are trials stay in are 5 star hotels for a 2 star price. Visit the rio grande and old time we are like Santa fe but more affordable and have parking and way beyyer places to eat at better prices thank you .

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          Anonymous says:

          Why is that?! It is dangerous but its worse than dangerous

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          ABQ native says:

          George is correct

          1. Don't believe everything you read

            It’s a nice place people like to exaggerate like in this comment by george.. he’s probably an uptight person that expects more or thinks he’s entitled to everything in life.. I’ve lived south of albuquerque all my life and I south valleyits not that bad like people are saying.. it’s just the drug and homeless issues that are killing the city .

        4. Wrong

          Albuquerque is not the most dangerous city in US Albuquerque is ranked 2nd most dangerous city in u.s. I think

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          Anonymous says:

          Don't Believe the Negative

          You OBVIOUSLY are not from New Mexico you racist bigot. New Mexico (Crack open a history book) was originally part of Mexico. Also, living in New Mexico most of my life, I have yet to experience a car jacking, robbery or violent crime. I have met LEGAL people from Mexico here doing the jobs you wouldn’t demean yourself to do. New Mexico is full of culture, art and beauty if you’d pull your head out of your ass long enough to look. It’s predjudice people like you that give New Mexico a bad name. How dare you word vomit over my lovely city and state. We Burquenos don’t want you. Take your hate to another state! I’ll keep the amazing food, people, scenery and culture.

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          Another George says:

          Whoever wrote this has never visited Albuquerque

          Wow buddy, but delusional aren’t we?

        7. Exaggeration of the bad....

          Do you live there or have you ever lived there? I’ve been in Albuquerque over 30 years and just like any big city there has been decline. However your exaggeration is completely unfounded. And if you do live there…why are you still there?

      3. ??

        Apparently whoever wrote this has never been to Albuquerque.
        I don’t think I’ve ever heard of anyone being mugged in Albuquerque or pickpocketed.
        This review is extremely comical maybe you should do some research before you post these.

    2. They’re not gonna mention that the cartel runs this city lol..

      1. V
        Venae Warner says:

        Albuquerque is safe.

        Wow I have been living here for 12 years. The description given here sounds unrealistic. I live in Old Town, right next to downtown. The only crime I have experienced is getting my bikes stolen out of my backyard. We didn’t have a gate. There is crime but its more likely to be non violent crime. Stolen Cars, and petty thieves. You are perfectly safe to walk on the streets during the day, and a few neighborhoods that I would’t walk down at night. But doesn’t every city have a neighborhood like that? I don’t know what experience the writer had in Albuquerque, but its 98% incorrect.
        If the cartel runs this city, they certainly keep it on the down low. No evidence of that in my life here.

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          Penny Wolf says:

          Have lived here for nine years and have had the same experience as Venae. Statistically, we do have a lot of property crime. But I have never felt unsafe walking in any area of this city. I would avoid Southeast because of gangs. But every city has a “bad” area. And I’ve actually delivered for Meals on Wheels in Southeast and had NO trouble. I’ve had nothing stolen in 9 years. No break-ins, have not been the victim of any crime. So, I know it’s out there but I think, like most large cities, the victims of violent crime tend to know one another. Instead of writing this bullshit, the person should actually visit the city.

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            Lynna Rowell says:

            Albuquerque sucks

            My experience in Albuquerque sucks! We buried my 17 year old nephew one day, next day Still distraught I accidentally parked in the very end parking spot at mcDonalds did not see the damn sign which was covered by a tree that said Starbucks customers must not park there! I went in came back 5 minutes later to my car booted!! The heartless, cruel bitch took my last 75$ I had for my trip home I hate hate hate that stupid city!

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          Michael says:


          You really need to watch the local news.

          1. You need to stop watching local news

          2. I’ve been there a hundered or so times and never had to use my gun once while I was there. Bloomfield is a lot more dangerous of a town.

        3. G
          Graz Bail says:

          Disgusting place to live

          Totally wrong. They are ABSOLUTELY correct. God, I’m more than glad I moved out of the shithole.

          1. Why would you give a 5 star rating then?

        4. Don’t miss out on a visit to NM!

          I am proud to be a citizen of Albuquerque/Corrales. I am aware that there is auto theft and we are high for murders; however, if you look at those statistics closely, the murders are mostly bad guys on other bad guys. I’ve traveled all around the world – I use common sense and situational awareness to keep myself safe. This review is very disappointing as I’m sure it will deter visitors to our beautiful, multicultural, interesting and historically rich state.

        5. moved here in 1948. LOTS bigger but i am still NOT afraid to walk around the block any time.

        6. Not bad at all

          I live here 15 years — 2 bikes stolen (the first one was my fault left it on the bike ramp for 2 days unlocked), broken window in the car (my fault left it next to the Zuni area) — purse stolen, some toys left unattended on the sidewalk — nothing else. I live not in the best city area — it’s OK, but nothing special. I can walk around neighborhood any time. Also, I drive through the most dangerous part of the city at least several times a week (during the night as well) — nothing terrible, just ugly dirty place (but NY, Boston, SF, LA all have places worse than that

        7. Venea, you must never travel west of Tramway or south of Paseo del Norte. Burque has not been safe since the 90’s

          If you travel here, be aware of your surroundings at all times.

    3. ABQ is safe and unique

      Albuquerque is a safe city. Of course there’s bad parts. But it’s a small city so the bad parts are small as well. And trust me no tourist will stop in the bad part of town to walk around. First off there’s nothing there to do and secondly it doesn’t look that nice and you can instantly tell you’re in a bad part of town. The bad parts of town are along Central Avenue from about Eubank to San Mateo. But it’s no different than walking in Manhattan if you walk around there

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        Get me out of ABQ says:

        Must not be looking around much anymore. It’s all turned into a bad part of town. Used to be the war zone kept all the drugs and crime within its boarders now the zombies roam the city stealing, vandalizing, and yes killing the fine citizens of ABQ. Other reviews are correct this is a town infested with illegal aliens and drugs, run by a democrat mayor and governor that welcome an open border policy. Lived here 25 years and finally retired. Cant wait to leave wish it was tomorrow. Do yourself a favor go anywhere else and don’t ever move here to raise a family. We won’t even mention our DUI problem.

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      Eduardo Salazar says:

      Your analysis of the review is what is 100% incorrect. This article has Albuquerque nailed. It’s a shithole. Why anybody would want to come here is a mystery to anybody who has ever been here.

    5. Where do you live?

      What part of the review was untrue? In my opinion just going off the review itself would make me think that it is more pleasant that it actually is.

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    Atlean Martin-Holloman says:


    I suggest from my reading the information listed here: Research your visits, Ask questions, Network, with others, and Always Pray for guidance; Protection, wherever you go!
    Remarks By: A. M. Holloman

  3. T
    Trish Logan says:

    Albuquerque is wonderful!!!

    I live in Albuquerque, but hike at the Rinconada Canyon Trail, which is a popular tourist attraction. I make it a point to talk to tourists, and always hear glowing reports of their stays in Albuquerque. They comment on the friendliness of the people, the wonderful food, and the interesting things to do here. Everywhere you visit has challenges, and you need to be sensibly vigilant, but Albuquerque is a great place to visit.

  4. Not Accurate!!

    Natural disasters?? No hurricanes,no tornadoes , no earthquakes , no flooding,
    So lightening is a problem? Stay out of the weather!!! The sun ? They have it in Florida as well. Use common sense, you’ll be fine!!

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      Eduardo Salazar says:

      Wild fires are natural disasters, and we deal with them every year. If not the flames, at least the smoke inhalation for three months at a time over the summer.

  5. D
    Deidre Mengedoht says:

    god help us all

    Everything here is completely true Albuquerque is the devil’s realm on our holy earth. Avoid this hellscape by all means. The local government has completely capitulated and aides terrorism to neighboring North Dakota. I will destroy them.

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      Ernesto G says:

      On my way to Denver Co

      Nah, I just love how not only food it’s great, but driving in and out of the City and neighborhood is another thing, I’m saying is very low traffic, exception of (rush hour)
      7 am -9:30 am
      And in the evening same 4-6:30
      Also ppl not in a hurry, it’s just not in their every day life, places to visit are not that many, but it is worth visiting
      (Just avoid casinos)
      Try Old Town
      Also the wonderful Mesa (coming from the East towards the west)
      In the evening is so nice , specially Spring and Fall.

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      Nm resident says:


      Since when do we neighbor North Dakota??

      1. Geographically challenged

        Exactly! Clearly a nonsense reply.

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    A customer says:


    The Pizza which is sold at the Hut on Lomas is a truly wretched place. There was no greater fear for my safety nor that of my cabbage patch dolls hidden in the truck of my 95’ Chevy Camaro. I have never wanted more in my life to contract the black plague than during my time in Albuquerque. If I ever see a Hut of the pizza I will wrap my limited edition hello-kitty Backpack chain around it’s slimy corporate neck and strangle it like Princess Leia in Star Wars. There is something truly depraved happening in this God Forsaken place. BE WARNED! That being said the homeless man I met was very polite and even helped to carry some of my bags. Unfortunately I haven’t found the luggage depot which he had said I could find my bags at following the complimentary bag polish.
    A Customer has spoken!

  7. Good fiction for those who really get into Breaking Bad!!

    Albuquerque crime, doesn’t seem as bad as other cities I’ve visited, including here in Chicago. I think the review that Albuquerque has one of the highest crime rates in the country and is unsafe, is really a crock.

    Sure there is crime in Albuquerque, just as there is in most cities, and I’ll even say the property crime in Albuquerque is just a bit higher than some similar sized cities in the U.S., but the review on this web page is frankly a work of complete fiction, obviously written by an armchair traveler who either has never been to Albuquerque, or was there for a very short time, and relied on outdated sources of information.

    I was really upset until I read that terrorism in Albuquerque was medium…then I began to laugh at how ridiculous this page is.

  8. Abq. Is an amazing place.

    I was born and raised in Albuquerque. This is totally inaccurate. You make it sound like its terrible. Its actually a beautiful place to live in. The south valley is where you want to stay away from. Theres no natural disasters. It’s hot and windy. The weather provided is inaccurate also. Sounds like whoever wrote this has never been there .

    1. Well if you only been to ABQ, you have nothing to compare it too. I travelled and lived in 6 cities the past 10 years for work. ABQ was definitely the worst.

      1. Small little big town with a crime problem

        I agree. I lived in Albuquerque for 25 years and have seen it go downhill. Every week on the news there is a report of a car theft and especially at hotels along I-40 and I-25. Car break-in’s and car theft are prevalent during major events in the city. Drivers are rude and rules are ignored, lots of road rage. It is a routine event to see drivers going through stop lights long after the light has turned red. Lots of road accidents and uninsured drivers. The main streets are not well taken care of and many parts of the city look run down. The statistics for 2020 show Albuquerque is #2 in car thefts after holding the record at #1 for three years, and #1 in burglaries/thefts.
        We have since moved out of Albuquerque and New Mexico and the only thing we miss is the green chile enchiladas. It’s a cool name and the climate is pretty nice but not enough to overlook the problems that will continue to plague Albuquerque. The poverty rate is high and wages are low, housing and food are expensive. and there are not enough law enforcement, there never was in all of the 25 years I lived there. It’s sad, but Albuquerque could be so much better if people would just venture out to see other cities and how they are run.

  9. ABQ is alright if your smart!

    Moved to Santa Fe in 1982 and traveled the whole state for the USGS ! Moved to Edgewood the Sandia Park! Love the culture and food! I have really never had a problem but I head to the barn when the sun sets! Don’t go to bars!

  10. Albuquerque is lovely

    Albuquerque has so many parks, different kinds of cuisine and breweries. All food and drink is at a great price. I’ve lived here my whole life and not had a problem with crime. The balloon fiesta every October is a sight to behold. Whoever wrote this literally based it off of “breaking bad.”

  11. Life long resident

    I was a lifelong resident of Albuquerque for 50 years. The review is NOT 100% accurate, it is way WORSE. The crime is extremely bad, homeless on every street cornerAnd if you do not have any anti-theft device on your car sleep with one eye open or just say goodbye to your vehicle it will be stolen. Murders are printed on the back pages of the newspaper because they are so common. The food is EXCELLENT but keep in mind it could be your last meal. Albuquerque is the armpit of the United States and for this reason I got my family and myself out of there.

  12. D
    Dale..... says:

    Albuquerque is a **** hole ……

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    Anonymous says:

    ABQ is terrible do not move here

    This article is 100% spot on. From someone who has lived here for 25 years (and planning a move out of here). Though I can say that we’re no longer #1 for car thefts (still at #2) yay! New Mexico is the worst in the nation for children, worst when it comes to drugs, crime, suicide, rapes and ABQ is littered with transients. The police are basically non-existent and expect long wait times if you call and for whatever you report not to ever be investigated. We have rape cases sitting in storage for years, judges who let repeat offenders free, and the criminals know this state is a safe haven for them because there are no consequences. Take my advice, do not move here. The FOOD is the ONLY good thing about this city but if you stop take it to go cause odds are your car will be gone before you’re done eating.

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      Old opinions says:

      Were not the worst we leave that to the real south

      Alabama Mississippi Arkansaw and Missouri imperticular saint louis update your states

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      ABQ-sewer of the US says:

      ABQ-collude, corrupt and incompetent and

      Albuquerque is the sewer of the US. So glad I cashed out after 20 years. Moving there was literally the biggest mistake of my life. That place is so corrupt from the politicians to the society in general. Lying is the norm and the education, along with everything else, is rated at the bottom of the US. NM is a beautiful place to explore the geology, hiking and the outdoors but you need to be street smart and protect all of your belongings at all times. I have never met a collective group of more stupid people in my life. Sorry to say, but it is the truth. Good place to visit, but you don’t want to live there. The cost of the damage it does to your family due to crime and corruption makes it more expensive to live then CA, NY or NJ. Watch out for those realtors! They are not to be trusted with home values. It took me years to do my research and collect sale prices on homes because it is a non-disclosure state, probably put into law with the help from the realtor’s lobbyist. They play with the homes sold when they give you the comps. And no person in their right mind would sign that blatently one-sided realtor contract where they have no fiduciary duty to the seller. I finally found one that agreed after much negotiation and proof based on the data I had. It was $50,000 more than what they wanted to list it for originally. It sold in one week! I’m outta there, finally!

    3. Nope

      Get out of your north valley home and drive around this hole. Hopefully u wont get car jacked while stopped at a red light. If not good chance your car and personal property will be stolen while it’s parked. Gangs and proximity to the boarder make this a haven for crime and murder. Maybe we will be #1 in homicides this year, if not we will be top 5. Good for you Abq

  14. S
    Shut up says:

    Albuquerque Is The Land Of Enchantment

    This idiot probibly never even been here
    I’d love to know what natural disasters this
    guy thinks are here except for a stray tornado
    every 25 years or so the only weather here you
    have to worry about is fire season and some killer
    winds as far as crime everyone has crime neighbor
    hoods there no safe city and if you think there is
    Your stupid

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      Anonymous says:

      enchantment and meth……….

      1. Moved away due to crime

        We moved to beautiful East Tennessee in 2018 because crime just kept escalating. Lakes, mountains and safety in our gorgeous new location. We miss our friends and family and the dry, sunny air, but not much else. We’ve made new friends. We easily ship green chile to TN. NO regrets.

  15. S
    Shirley Reese says:

    Unique city

    I have lived all over the world. Albuquerque is unique but not unsafe. Common
    sense keeps you safe as is true in any other place. The difference in Albuquerque is
    the easy living. There is always something interesting to do, never any stress and
    a gorgeous day every day. The government is progressive and competent. Police
    are easy to contact and responsive. People who live here do so because they want to
    be here which produces a very simpatico culture. Ask the Breaking Bad stars about
    their experiences while filming and you will only get positive responses. Some even stayed after the production was over.

    1. D
      Don Biggley says:


      The city government is too progressive and even more incompetent!

  16. I
    Im pissed says:

    All of u shut up

    Your all just arguing i bet you all havent been here

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      Moved out says:

      Don't endanger your family.

      People in Albuquerque don’t know what landscaping or home maintenance is.
      The place is dirty and rundown.

      Go to Google street view and check it out.

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    Michael says:

    Scum City!

    One of the worst places I have ever been. I’ve been to 46 states and other than Detroit, this is the worst. A guy pulled a gun on me in a campground because I took too long crossing the street.

  18. Not Breaking Bad

    Who wrote this article, Jessie Pinkman?

  19. D
    David B. says:

    That review is hilariously wrong. Yes, Albuquerque (and New Mexico in general) does have higher than average crime rates, but it’s hardly the Mad Max dystopia this review makes it seem like. My parents live in the ABQ area, and they almost never feel unsafe (and neither do I, when I visit).

  20. C
    Craig F. says:

    Don't live here. Just don't.

    The people that say GOOD things about this place, have probably never been outside of it. When you’re in one of the worst places in America, you’ll obviously think it’s good. Why? Because you’re used to it. Because you have never been anywhere else. These people that write these KNOW what they’re talking about. They do this by statistics, surveys, hundreds of thousands of people TELLING THEM that this place sucks total balls. You people need to grow a brain. Seriously. I lived here for 2 years and it was the WORST 2 years of my existence. Never would I have thought that I would be mugged 5 minutes away from my house in broad daylight. And that happened three times. THREE. No, I was not in a gang, and no, I talked to literally no one and knew maybe two people, which were my manager and my coworker. I have traveled to way over 20 states and I can say this town.. no, this STATE, is complete shit. It is hopeless. The wages are shit. The environment is shit. The people are worse than shit. All of you need to travel elsewhere because you have NO IDEA what you guys are talking about. Or you do, but you’re one of the lucky few that does not endure what most people do. Like, come on. Look it up online. Do some RESEARCH. It isn’t that hard.

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      Dallas Hawkes says:

      I thkught Paris France was worse in crime and homelessness

      I have been to 4 different countries and 15 states . Paris is way more dangerous 2008 than Albuquerque

    2. It’s funny how you can make such a generalization. I have lived in Albuquerque and experienced enough crime. I decided to move to Denver in 2009 and the first week we were there some guy was shot and killed in his car at a stop light. Then the mass shootings and everything else.

      The first day/time I visited Austin, Texas, my buddy and I were going to get food early in the morning and we saw a police chase with the guy trying to escape into a mall. The fool was running back and forth and the police refused to get out of their vehicles. It was funny to watch and made me realize that the crime in other states and cities is similar to each other.

      I’ve been warned about Dallas and Houston Texas a lot. There is a big car even there every year and I’ve had friends’ car trailers and motorcycles stolen in minutes. I’ve recently visited Denver again and that place is completely changed and the drugs and crime is up from 2009.

      The point is, no matter where you go, there is crime. Just pay attention and the odds of something happening to you is slim.

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    Albacrazy says:

    Weather is good, Food is amazing, best culture(s) and great people for the most part. BUT… Not, repeat Not a place to raise a family or visit. Crime is bad and happens all over the city, not just the Southside. Any one that says its not that bad is full of it. I LOVE my shity city (lived in and/or visited 10 other states) because i was born here and lived here for 30+years but its a shit city, with crooked you know who’s.. who are just as bad as the illegal gangsters. This place is the land of Entrapment not Enchantment. Come on vacation leave on probation. If you choose to visit, stay in groups, get in early. Stay off Central. Now of course this is not Vietnam of the 60s or Chicago.. but if your asking, is ABQ safe.. hell NO!

  22. Why do they not mention that.

    The cartel runs this city

  23. S
    Scary guy says:


    I just have an interview with a professor in University of New Mexico. I check the safety degree of the city and it sounds so scary. I am not sure if I should go for PhD. Probably not.

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    Not From Here says:

    Let’s make the distinction shall we?
    The land and the surrounding area that Albuquerque sits on is magnificent, holy and awe inspiring. The man-made thing city called Albuquerque is, however, a dangerous, negatively charged shit hole. For real.
    Are you the kind of person who enjoy’s fearing for your life on the freeways and city streets?
    Do you get excited carrying a very large knife as you open your garage up in the morning to pull your car out? Do you smile widely at the loaded Smith&Wesson 9mm handgun sitting on the table by your bedside every night? Do you like not looking people in the eye because a simple glance here means the possibility of violence? Do you enjoy neck and face tattoos and the wonderful loving energy of gang bangers and ex-cons? How about helicopters overhead? How about non existant red light cameras? Because the police force/city is so poor they can’t afford red light cameras? If you answered yes to any of the questions, then you will LOVE the city of Albuquerque. Some people rave about the food. Fuck it. I can’t even find good words to say about that.

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      25 years here. abq says:



  25. albuquerque sux

    Albuquerque is horrible. The state is run by socialists, you are lucky if you don’t get hit by someone who has several “DWIs”,the judges just keep letting them go.The police don’t do much for traffic control, my wife & I try not to go out between the hours of 7 to 9 am people are late for work & are running lights & signs speeding weaving thru traffic, 11to 1pm cause few peiople take their lunch to work any more,& 4pm to 6pm they are all in ahurry to get to Walmart, apperantly the police don’t care, & don’t be stupid and go walking at night. Also the governor is a dictator,go some where else !!!!

  26. i have lived here since i was 6 (60+ years). both sets of grandparents moved to albuq as well as aunts and uncles. all from new york originally. i would say my family thinks it a great place to grow old.

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    Craig R. says:

    Like anywhere in U.S.

    I am Retired U.S. Navy, been all over the world and the States. I lived in Albuquerque for 16 years growing up. Went to High School on the west side of town and grew up in the South Valley. Poverty is wide spread, poor wages, gangs are prevalent and their ways visible in many areas of the city. Theft and drug related murder have always been high however, this is more related to homeless, gangs and drugs / trafficking.
    The food in this area is Fabulous and you cannot find better anywhere on the planet. The people are friendly, like living and enjoying life. Yes there are problems but I could be describing any city in the U.S. or most of the world.
    If you want to travel to Albuquerque don’t get involved with drugs, be vigilant, pay attention to what you are doing and you should have no problems.

  28. I’ve lived here for 7 months and I love the food and culture but I’m nervous of all the crime plus all the homeless people and bad drivers up and down Central can’t wait to leave here and go back to California I’d rather deal with the fires than all the poverty and crime I am a born and raised women from here but it’s no good to live anymore

    1. Oh man, I’m moving there from California. How long ago did you write this? Was hoping Netflix, Google and Amazon moving there would make it better. Half the people on this thread say it’s fine, the other half are making me rethink everything.

      1. Dont put you family in danger.

        Companies move to Albuquerque and then leave after finding out about the crime, bad school system, & drug problems. Call Centers use to set up in ABQ because of the cheap labor and the local government paying them to set up shop. Then they found out most of the people cant pass a drug test. The call centers have packed it up.

  29. ABQ not for the fearful.

    Most of the negative reviews are using conservative talking points, complaining that the police are underfunded, that the governor is a socialist, that they have to cling to their gun to survive this “shithole,”. Total fear-based trumpy bullshit, I’ve lived in several other eastern and western states, use common sense and you’ll be safe here. If you yearn for 1950’s white america move to Iowa. If you understand that poverty sometimes has hard outcomes, but that people also overcome challenges in amazing ways with incredible depth and perseverance, then come and visit or live.

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      Get me out of ABQ says:

      R u kidding me.

      Nope it’s a crime infested hole. Don’t care about the politics when guns are the normal. Lived her 25 can’t wait to leave

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    Anonymous says:


    Albuquerque is a dreadful place to live and visit! My first time in this city I was staying in a hotel and have to of the windows of my car smashed overnight! I lived there for two years and couldnt wait to leave. Every time you go to a store (Home Depot, Walmart, Grocery Store..) somebody will ask you as you leave your car for money. I stopped at a gas station and while I was fueling some guy came up to me with an empty gas can and said “let me get some of that” (wtf) Dirty city, poor city, crime infested city, no economy city, no place to get a good meal city, definately nowhere to get a good pizza in this awful place. The only things good to come out of Albuquerque are Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul. Also by the way the actor that played Jessie on BB was mugged twice while filming the show. Hahah!!!!! Everybody raves about the green chili which is really nasty!

  31. I live here and I grew up here – I have dealt with 5 burglaries In less then a year this year. Most years, we usually have some sort of property crime to deal with, but this year takes the cake. Two of the property crimes were pretty minor, stolen amazon packages and stolen rakes from the back yard. You really can’t leave anything out, and I mean anything, if you expect to see it again. Leave nothing in your car either, it will get broken into at resturants or in front of your house. The city parking department is also more then happy to drive through neighborhoods and ticket cars, which at this point just feels like another theft. Don’t expect the city to do anything about the constant theft of your property though. My advice, don’t live here.

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    Wingnut says:

    Hmm, not bad at all.

    Goods & bads like anywhere. To all the A holes trashing this place, screw off & don’t come back. We’re good w/ that. I ask that others keep an open mind.
    Abq is a lower income city. What comes w/ low income areas? Yes, drugs & crime. But it is usually more localized to certain areas & income levels/lifestyles. If you’re a stuffy New Yorker who ‘needs’ 24/7 excitement of city life, this is not the place to live. If you enjoy the outdoors, nature, scenery, sunshine, arts, culture, good food, moderate climate, openness, privacy & more, it’s decent. Drivers are stupid but roads are not packed full like they are back east. Per capita there is supposedly more crime than most cities, but it is a small city. It’s more property crime. Know what cars are not the targets of theft. Don’t walk around like a target & you won’t become one. In 35 years of living here my vehicle has been broken into twice. That’s it. Yeah, there are homeless begging on some street corners, but live & let live. Don’t let negative idiots deter you from visiting. It’s a different kind of city. There are many good things here if you look for them. Maybe not the best place to raise a family as education is below nat’l avg., but there are private schools. Like anywhere, do your research before coming. It’s not a hidden gem but it’s been good.
    While I love Chicago, & still visit, I’m happier in ABQ.

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    they made it unclear if the star rating is for the article quality or the city safety says:

    The city is safer than the horrible article says

    Absolutely overblown review originally and even more ridiculousness in the comments trashing the city overall because we have isolated incidents of gang related crime and auto theft issues.

    But to say anything like the city is overall unsafe to travelers or noncriminal residents is nearly as insane as saying we have moderate natural disaster danger because you might get sunburned or that the terrorism threat is medium because there have been like two mass shooting events over the past 30 or so years.

    I’ve lived in Albuquerque off and on for years, and also lived in other cities across the US, both larger and smaller. The bad areas here are not as bad as the bad areas of Chicago or the gang controlled parts of Californian cities and they’re easier to avoid. I’ve lived in other cities that were and felt safer, but none that are the size of Albuquerque or any larger.

    In over forty years of myself and family living in Albuquerque we have experienced one vehicle being stolen (and then recovered), some unfortunate minor theft by people hired as in-home help for my aging grandfather, and one theft of cash stupidly left visible in the unlocked car when I was delivering food in a more suspect part of town. I’ve experienced worse crime and theft personally in much shorter periods of time living in both Minneapolis and Denver. And have seen much worse during considerably more brief trips abroad.

    I don’t know what these people who claim to have experienced multiple thefts or muggings in short periods of time are doing or where they are going but I suspect they are making themselves appear to be ridiculously easy targets.

    In summation, Albuquerque is safe for people who want to follow the law as much as most any other city, you should always practice good situational awareness and not walk around with your head buried in your phone or go to areas that appear unsafe, just like you should do everywhere you ever go. I mean, unless you just like being a crime victim.

    And if you think the food here isn’t great you are welcome to go someplace else because we’re better off without your tasteless *ss anyway.

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      WARNING says:

      Don't risk it.

      You left out if you go to your neighborhood park you’ll end up getting stabbed by the used syringes in the grass.
      You left out when you park at any of the many recreation sites around Albuquerque you’ll come back to find your car gone or broken into.
      There are panhandler on every corner all over the city and the city is run down. Most of the people don’t want to work.
      The people park car on the landscaping up to their front doors so their cars wont get stolen.
      Albuquerque is more like northern Mexico than a New Mexico.
      It’s lost its true New Mexican flavor. Even the food isn’t what it use to be, most of the old original restaurant’s have closed.

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    Not trustworthy information says:

    Albuquerque is probably safer than this site

    Reverse image searches for everyone listed on this website “about us” page revealed they’re all stock images.

    If you believe this site is wholly trustworthy you’re likely the kind to be victimized by crime wherever you go because you’re naive and gullible.

  35. 4
    44-Escaped in 2017 says:

    Mexico vs Albuquerque

    If you’ve lived in Albuquerque you will understand the follow:
    In Mexico you don’t drink the water. In Albuquerque. You don’t go out unless you’re in armed groups.
    In Mexico you better have car insurance. In Albuquerque you better have life insurance.
    In Mexico they speak Spanish. In Albuquerque they speak Burque and 505.
    In Mexico if you crash your car the police show. In Albuquerque no one shows up.( Police Are shorthanded.)
    In Mexico they have old streets. In Albuquerque they tear up their streets, run out the local businesses out and drive empty buses up and down Route 66.
    In Mexico people live in tent along the fence line. In Albuquerque people live in tent lining the streets and filling the parks.
    In Mexico they have the cartel. In Albuquerque they have politicians.
    In Mexico the people don’t want a dictator. In Albuquerque they elect one in every 4 years.
    In Mexico the people are fleeing the country. In Albuquerque the people are fleeing the State.
    In Mexico they might steal your car. In Albuquerque they will steal your U-haul and your car.
    In Mexico the government has no money. In Albuquerque the government waste money on large letters. They move the letters around every so often just to keep the waste of money flowing.
    In Mexico you can’t find a cop. In Albuquerque they look all over the nation for a cop only to find one just sitting outside city hall. (Oh Look, its the New Police Chief)
    In Mexico the local people pray for change. In Albuquerque only GOD can save it.

  36. This is very accurate , theft is considered a normal thing to do in albuquerque .Be careful

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    Anonymous says:

    Carjackings, Home Invasions, Rioters

    A few years ago an elderly woman in my ABQ neighborhood had her home invaded by druggies and they beat her to death. It’s not surprising – this city has one of the highest violent crime rates per capita, and absolutely THE highest car theft rate. Curious about terrorism claims and Albuquerque? The rioters wrecked Central, and do you remember the national uproar over the Onate statue shooting in the summer of ’20?

    Stay away. ABQ does not care for its own citizens, much less tourists.

  38. Not much good to say

    While the scenery is nice, outdoor activities are available to partake in, it’s a sad situation here. Property crime stinks, everything not bolted and locked down is likely to be stolen. The homeless population in this city is an ever growing problem with no end in sight. Every intersection has between 1 and 5 people panhandling, and it’s not that they’ve been wronged by society, it’s that they don’t have to do anything more than this to feed their drug habits. The ones not panhandling are out commiting theft at stores, or your house, still all to feed their drug habits. What’s worse is their sense of entitlement about it all. They get mad and violent at times when caught shoplifting, or if you don’t hand them money when they ask…disgusting.
    The education system stinks. It has the feel of an inner city (like Detroit) school system in a city only a fraction of the size of one. Second worst literacy rate in the country. Also, through 2020, was ranked 2nd worst environment for children (learning and otherwise) during the pandemic. Parts of the city that once bustled with commerce and business are now heavy with despair and boarded up businesses. I’ve been here 24 years, and would jump at an opportunity to leave.

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    Billie Sue Patrick says:

    Rating is total nonsense

    It’s like whoever gave Albuquerque this abysmal rating has a personal grudge. A poor natural disasters score for too much sunshine? That’s really fishing for something negative to say. I will admit that Albuquerque has a lot of crime, but I felt much less safe when I lived in Dallas which received a very decent score. Although the homicide rate is heartbreaking, as mentioned by others it occurs among members of a certain demographic and doesn’t affect the majority of the population at all. Yes, there are a lot of homeless, but it’s sad, not scary. Property crime is very location specific. There are definitely areas I wouldn’t live in, but my neighborhood has no issues. Car break in is a wide spread problem. The solution is to not leave ANYTHING visible in your vehicle. Fortunately, traffic is never very heavy because Albuquerque has terrible drivers. Not cutthroat aggressive driving like Dallas, but plenty of stupidity. While I am very happy to live here, I can understand that it wouldn’t be everyone’s cup of tea. However, there is absolutely no reason to avoid visiting. Albuquerque has a plethora of facinating places to go and things to see, and you will be perfectly safe while you are here.

  40. It’s not deadly but it’s not safe either

    I sort of agree. Albuquerque has some beautiful scenery in the surrounding areas, the ballon fest is awesome (dope heads don’t get your hopes up), and if you visit you’ll probably spend your time driving in and out on I40 and I25 because the vistas are in the surrounding counties and in the city…it’s really a bit sketchy. When you think of downtowns…Downtown NYC is Times Square, which is a lot like Disney these days. It’s clean and there are costume characters. Downtown ABQ on the other hand, has a unique attraction, the worlds largest homeless wild animal park. No tents, the characters roam free and pass out on the sidewalk. NYC has the, seriously, the Police and the BRC Outreach teams. As soon as someone tries to sleep one off in a doorway, the police or the BRC comes along and wakes the person up, and engages them until they agree to board a van and go to the shelter. Most homeless people get help and get up and out of the streets due to exhaustion. ABQ might try a similar tactic, because people don’t travel and take vacations to dodge the homeless and step over needles to get into their car and drive to the Mall. Although not Beirut, Albuquerque does top the list or maybe it’s number two this year in auto thefts. And there is a lot of vandalism. Property crime like fires set in ones yard, and smash and grabs by throwing a brick are pretty popular. Murder rates are somewhat high. It’s also true that random acts of violence against citizens are not really all that common. It’s not super dangerous, but it’s hard to say it’s safe. I think the biggest problem is it’s difficult to find a commercial zone that’s free of problems. Nob Hill is a cool area with a lot of homeless, crazy people. Downtown is largely boarded up and closed. Theres a hat store…and a hat store. Wait is the hat store still open. There a decent district around Target, the Uptown Plaza, and the Coronado Center Mall; but it’s not very walkable. Crossing the streets is treacherous. Sure you can drive from parking lot to parking lot, they’re not far apart, but really, is that a tourist thing to do?

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    Ben at 301 Hylan Blvd says:

    Auto theft to save the day!!

    Auto theft is high, sure, but that really contributes to safety here in ABQ, because driving a car is dangerous and if someone steals it, you can’t engage in the dangers of driving anymore!!! And property crimes aren’t really all that bad. Heck we expect some vandalism, fires, smashed windows, and damage. And when you expect it, it’s really not dangerous, it’s really “more of the same”. Seems to me the real danger is out there in Maybury. Crime is so rare there, that when it does happen, it’s really dangerous!

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    Average cup of joe says:

    Barista packing heat...

    So bad here the coffee shops have in store security…

  43. Use common sense and avoid certain areas of town just like you’d need to do in any city with a population of more than 900,000 people. The majority of the city is made up of normal, middle class subdivisions that vary in age, design, price range, and are not at all dangerous. I’ve lived here 38 years. It’s been more than 20 years since my vehicle has been broken into twice. Once I forgot to lock it and both times had valuables in clear sight on the front seat.
    Contrary to what some of these posts suggest, the population in our metro area has grown at a steady pace of about 2-2.5% per year for the last 30 years. While that doesn’t sound impressive, it’s a faster growth rate than Denver, Tucson, San Diego, Los Angeles, Colorado Springs, Salt Lake City, Oklahoma City, Portland, Spokane and many others during the same period of time. Our population has grown at almost the exact same pace as Phoenix, Dallas and San Antonio. We have also had an uptick in the number of inbound moves in recent years, ranking among the top 10 metro areas for inbound moves. Sandia Labs recently added 1,900 positions, with average salary over $100k/year. Amazon’s facility will have 1,000 full time positions to fill. Intel has added or relocated employees here. The healthcare industry has grown, and organizations like T-Mobile, Fidelity Investments, Lowe’s Customer Service, FedEx, Tempurpedic, Jabil, Northrup Grumman, Boeing, The FBI, Netflix, NBC Universal, UnitedHealth, Comcast/Xfinity, HP, and Virgin Galactic all have offices or operations here that provide good employment for a significant number of people in the metro area. Our average home price is approximately $305,000 currently, median is $265,000, and historically our housing market is very stable.
    Weather is great most of the year, except for windy days on and off during March & April. Scenery and natural beauty of NM is gorgeous. Lots of outdoor activity from open space trails, mountain hiking & biking, trails along the Bosque/river, and easy access to skiing, golf, camping, hunting, weekend road trips, lively college basketball games, minor league baseball and pro soccer. Santa Fe is less than 1 hour away, with world class restaurants, art galleries, pottery, jewelry, Santa Fe Opera, 10,000 Waves, Resort Style Hotels, and more.
    Traffic is minimal compared to other larger cities. Extreme weather is rare. The airport is easy to fly in and out of.

    I’m not blind to the challenges that ABQ faces, or areas where improvements are needed. But , I’m not ignorant enough to believe that the city is run by the cartel. Homeless people aren’t standing on the street corners of my neighborhood. My house has never been broken into, and neither has either of my parent’s houses. I’ve never been held at gunpoint or robbed or mugged or pickpocketed. I’m not scared to go out at night. None of my cars have ever been stolen. I avoid the areas of town where crime is a problem, just like I would do if I lived or visited any other city.

    I’ve sold real estate here for more than 15 years, helping many people relocate to the ABQ area, or Rio Rancho, and I’ve helped people sell their properties when they were relocating away from this area. The number of customers moving here has far outweighed the number of customers that were leaving.

  44. Actually very nice

    C’Mon – really – I’ve been to Albuquerque at least 10 times for work and vacations. It has always been a nice place to visit, eat, walk around, tour, shop…..
    It may have some crime, it may have various areas of low income, but to say or imply it’s as bad or worse than east Houston, or Chicago, or New York, or parts of El Paso, Los Angeles? I highly doubt that…..
    Albuquerque is more more relaxed and enjoyable than some make it out to be.

  45. Ran down, not nostalgic!

    I’ve lived in Albuquerque since 1967 and it has turned to crap… anymore who thinks otherwise,lives hidden from it’s reality. If you live in the S.E. area, you know exactly what I’m talking about. I have a group of heroin addicts living in a shack they made out of trash in our neighborhood, where children have to watch them piss and shit, right across the street from them… shooting up and trashing the hell out of a once clean field, with trash from the dumpsters they dig through and littering it EVERYWHERE!!!!..And it’s been almost a month and the police drive by it all day long and don’t do shit!… It’s ok if you can afford to live in a safer neighborhood, but most can’t. And the reason the crime is so bad,is because APD allows it. I would move in a heart beat if I can ever save up enough. The people posting how much they love Albuquerque and how safe it is,is either in a safe expensive area or they are the problem. The Governor is alright, but the people are assholes and a lot of the mexicans here are very racist against white people too. All in all…. It’s not a bad place if you have money… but aren’t all cities like that?…. Albuquerque goes out of it’s way to ignore what they call the international district (GHETTOS) when it comes to keeping the city clean. To each his own, but I think this is one of the biggest shit holes in the US….. NOT THE BIGGEST!…one of them…. and I’ve traveled all over the US.

  46. Mean Town Blues

    I have lived in Albuquerque off and on over the last thirty five years or so. When I was a starving college student I lived in the war zone ( International street gang zone) and the student ghetto and later in life in a very “nice” hood in the east foothills. While living in the student slums over by the university the big problems were (and still are i think) attacks on women and petty theft and burglary. These crimes were rampant ( and still are I think.) There were no police because college kids were just temporary citizens here so the city could not care less about their welfare or safety. I assume the situation is still the same or worse.
    When I lived in the war zone i did not leave my house without a ninety pound German Bulldog and a Luger pistol and an Italian switch blade, I only had to fight off would be muggers once ( I am an expert martial artist ) and I had to chase off a couple of burglars once while I was trying to eat breakfast.
    The hood in the foothills has much nicer houses but worse crime. In the ten years or so that I lived up there we had about a dozen murders within about a half mile radius.
    The police here are out gunned and feel under attack- because they are. On the other hand, they have routinely killed citizens for holding plastic spoons or rolling a car window down and god forbid they catch you homeless in the foothills!!! Calling the police might be a lot more dangerous than just confronting the bad guys yourself.
    Racism.. a little I guess. The older generation of people who speak Spanish tend to be a little stand offish to people they perceive as being people who do not identify as coming from a potentially Spanish speaking background.
    The last few years have seen a BIG increase in white people being very racist and violent. Frankly, certain white people around here are dangerous ans I try to avoid redneck looking guys nowadays because they all carry guns and chips on there shoulders.
    Education in Albuquerque… a couple of the private schools are OK I hear.
    Albuquerque is a mean town . Keep your door Glocked and your bulldog hungry!!

  47. Sure

    I will say/agree that Albuquerque has its share of crime, and depending on which part of town you’re in, could be better or worse. I will also say, I’ve lived in big cities in California, Nevada, and Utah, and I can’t say that it is any worse here than what I’ve seen/experienced in other cities. New Mexico in general is a beautiful state that has great things to offer. Homelessness, Drugs, Crime, Poverty, and shitty government are part of most cities. If one chooses to move to get away from such things, I say good luck finding a place that doesn’t have any of these problems.

  48. Every day life

    Homicides, gang activity, robberies, car thefts, all that s*** you guys are complaining about is a normal day to me. We get our EBT walk to the circle K, see a shooting right there. We just keep walking enjoying our day cause that s*** is normal here in burque.

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