“BARN DOG” ON DISPLAY AT CONVENTION CENTER. A signature Don Kennell steel sculpture has been installed on the corner of Grant and Federal in Santa Fe. Barn Dog is a monumental piece that features a porch swing mounted beneath the dog’s torso. ...Read more »
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The City of Santa Fe has opened the Request for Proposals (RFP) process to banks interested in serving as the city’s fiscal agent for the four-year period ...Read more »
Alameda Street at Defouiri Street will be closed beginning at 6:00am on Monday, April 17th through 6:00pm on April 18th. The closure is required to relocate power lines and place the new bridge girders. ...Read more »
The City of Santa Fe Parks and Recreation Department and the Public Works Facilities Division are planning much needed improvements to the Las Acequias Park including renovations to the playground, ...Read more »
City Hall, GCCC Open for City’s Good Friday Hours, but will close at noon. The City of Santa Fe’s two early voting sites in the May 2nd special election will be open on Good Friday, but will observe shorter holiday hours, ...Read more »
Discover the game and love it for life by learning the basics and fundamentals of the game of golf. Join our Head Pro, Julio “Alo” Brodsky and his team of golf instructors as they teach various skills on how to play the game of golf. ...Read more »
Railyard Flats promises to continue momentum of Railyard, ease market pressure. Mayor Javier M. Gonzales and District 1 Councilors Signe Lindell and Renee Villarreal attended a groundbreaking today on the Railyard Flats, a 58-unit, ...Read more »
The Santa Fe County Clerk will close the voter registration books for the May 2, 2017 Special Municipal Election, on Tuesday, April 4, 2017. Persons residing within the city limits who wish to register to vote may register at the following locations: ...Read more »
Hearings will resume following public release of budget narrative, supporting documents. After speed bumps in the rollout of a new technology for publishing the city’s budget proposals led to feedback from press, the public, and the City Council, ...Read more »
The Water Division, working with sub-contractor Sub Surface Contracting, will be beginning a project Monday, March 27th on Rael Street, Gomez Road, a portion of Anita Lane, and Sena Street. ...Read more »
Public link to budget proposal via OpenGov live on Monday. Beginning Tuesday, City officials will begin open hearings with members of the Governing Body to work through the City Manager’s Budget proposal, department-by-department, over three days: ...Read more »
Every customer has a cart on the way – can begin using immediately on normal pickup day
Beginning Monday, the City of Santa Fe’s Environmental Services Division are out and about delivering brand new recycling carts to city waste service customers. ...Read more »
Special Election Set for May 2nd to Decide on Access for 1,000 3- and 4-year olds. The City of Santa Fe Governing Body voted 8-1 just after 11:45pm tonight to send an Early Childhood Education/Pre-K Expansion package to the voters at an election May 2. ...Read more »
The City of Santa Fe Parks and Recreation Department and the Public Works Facilities Division are working on a much-needed improvement project to provide additional parking and associated improvements at the facility. ...Read more »
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