News & Announcements Updates

News & Announcements

Salvador Perez Recreation Center and Pool was closed until further notice, a precautionary measure taken in the wake of a gas leak resulting from contractor work on the site. IT HAS RE-OPENED as of 4:00PM on June 21. Thank you for your patience. ...Read more »
The 2017 City Golf Championship is right around the corner and The City of Santa Fe’s Marty Sanchez Links de Santa Fe (MSL) golf course in collaboration with The Club at Las Campanas and the Santa Fe Country Club, would like to invite you to sign up for 3 days of competitive golf commencing on Thursday, July 20th and concluding on Saturday, July 22, 2017. ...Read more »
Come join the board that helped end veterans homelessness in Santa Fe! – The Veterans Advisory Board (VAB) was established by a resolution from Mayor Javier M. Gonzales in 2015 as a means to involved Santa Fe’s veterans directly in addressing the challenges and identifying opportunities for the veteran community in our community. It is now seeking candidates to fill two vacancies on the Board. ...Read more »
This weekend, specifically, Saturday, June 17th, will be a busy one for Santa Fe families! First on Saturday morning at 7:00am, anglers age 11 and under are invited to come out for the Santa Fe Kids' Fishing Derby! The river will be stocked with 500 Rainbow Trout! After noon, any one with the appropriate fishing license can join the fun observing daily limits! Then it's Take a Kid Hiking Day, with an organized event from 9:30-11:30am at the Sierra Del Norte Trailhead just 3 miles north of the Plaza on Hyde Park Road! But you don't have to make the event to be a part of this day, just hit the trail or sidewalk nearest you for a walk to reconnect with nature, and each other, in the beautiful Santa Fe surroundings! Click the header for more info! ...Read more »
Mayor Gonzales and the administration are proposing two awards for inaugural Verde Fund investment: a 12-group Community Collaboration that will create jobs and help working Santa Feans prepare for Climate Change, and a partnership with Homewise to fund solar panel installation for low-income families! ...Read more »
The City of Santa Fe and the Parks and Recreation Department is seeking to gather public input through an online survey as they create a Parks, Trails, Open Space and Recreation Master Plan. ...Read more »
Have a question about city government? An issue you'd like to bring to the City Council's attention? Or just curious about what the Mayor and Council do? Stop by and chat with Mayor Javier M. Gonzales during his public office hours. No appointment necessary. ...Read more »
Moving quickly to take advantage of a narrow and closing window in which flows from municipal reservoirs into the Santa Fe River would be high enough to support the event, the City of Santa Fe and the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish are working together to hold the Annual Santa Fe Kids Fishing Derby on June 17th at the Santa Fe River Park. ...Read more »
Get ready sports fans! The 2nd annual Coca Cola FootGolf Tournament, hosted by Marty Sanchez Links de Santa Fe is set to kick off on Saturday, June 24th with a 10am shotgun for youth participants & a 1pm shotgun for adults. ...Read more »
Businesses and Non-Profits Nationwide in Commitment to Continue Fighting Climate Change. Letter to international community expresses disappointment in President Trump’s decision; resolve to continue making an impact at the local level ...Read more »
The Kids’ Fishing Derby Comes Back this Saturday! Kids 11 and under invited to fish the Santa Fe River, at the Santa Fe River Park between Don Gaspar and Old Santa Fe Trail ...Read more »
Staff has upgraded the pumps and filters and installed new features at the tot pool for the season, and the New Mexico Environment Department has inspected and cleared the facility to open. ...Read more »
from Job Skills Program Funded in Part by Economic Development Grant. Eight Santa Feans will graduate on Friday from a Youthworks and Make Santa Fe collaborative training academy that was one deliverable for $20,000 in grant funding from the City’s Economic Development Fund. ...Read more »
Join the fun and learn to swim at Fort Marcy Recreation Complex. Beginner level classes include: Infant/Parent P Registration is currently taking place and will last until the classes are filled. ...Read more »
Public-led group will forge path forward for public banking in Santa Fe – Apply by June 9th The City of Santa Fe is calling for members of the public interested in serving on the inaugural Public Banking Task Force to ...Read more »
Letters of Interest due Friday. The City of Santa Fe is now accepting letters of interest from those interested in serving on the Sustainable Santa Fe Commission. The Commission advises the Governing Body on the programs, ...Read more »
May, 19th, Bike-to-Work Day @ 4:30Pm. This year’s Bike-To-Work Week events in Santa Fe are in full swing this week, offering stellar riding experiences for bicyclists of all ages. Events are detailed on the new ...Read more »
Getting older doesn’t mean what it used to. For many aging Americans, it is a phase of life where interests, goals, and dreams can get a new or second start. Today it is about eliminating outdated perceptions and living the way that suits you best. ...Read more »
Elected Official Bicycle Convoy on May, 19th, Bike-to-Work Day @ 4:30Pm. This year’s Bike-To-Work Week events in Santa Fe are in full swing this week, offering stellar riding experiences for bicyclists of all ages. ...Read more »
Public invited to share thoughts on City’s long-term plans for public recreation spaces ...Read more »

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