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Office of Economic Development

Dear Business Community,

As the COVID-19 crisis continues in New Mexico, we’re working closely with local, state, and federal agencies to identify, develop, and share a number of resources with Santa Feans to minimize negative impacts. If you’ve been impacted by COVID-19, visit AllTogetherSantaFe.org for a growing list of resources to help us get through this together and be ready for a strong recovery.

Sincerely,

City of Santa Fe
Economic Development Department

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Our Economic Development Mission:

The mission of the Office of Economic Development to achieve long-term sustainable and focused economic growth by building a diverse, innovative economy with high-wage, high impact jobs that provide opportunity and prosperity for the City's residents, businesses and entrepreneurs.

Economic & Innovation Dashboard

Indicators of Santa Fe's economy including innovation drivers, economic health, community livability and more. 

Support strong, diverse, well-managed businesses

Click here to read the 2017 Economic Development Crossroads Report


FEDERAL OPPORTUNITY ZONES
- A NEW INITIATIVE FOR THE CITY OF SANTA FE

Federal Opportunity Zones (QOZ’s) are a new community development program established by Congress in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 to encourage long-term investments in low-income urban and rural communities nationwide. The QOZ program provides a tax incentive for investors to re-invest their unrealized capital gains into Opportunity Funds (QOF’s) that are dedicated to investing into QOZ’s designated by the chief executives of every U.S. state and territory.

City of Santa Fe submitted seven economically-distressed census tracts for designation as opportunity zones to the Governor’s office. Governor Martinez then approved five of the Santa Fe census tracts for designation to the US Treasury. Finally designation approval was received by U.S. Treasury in June 2018.

Click here to learn how the Opportunity Zones program works, as well as its history   and community of supporters.   More information and resources are listed on our QOZ page - click here.
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To start a business, expand or relocate your business to Santa Fe, please call or email Fabian Trujillo.
Phone: (505) 955-6912
Email: [bot protected email address]

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Location, Phone and Hours

500 Market Street, 2nd Floor (map) Ph: (505) 955-6334
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Rich Brown
Economic Development Director
(505) 955-6625 
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Fabian Trujillo
Office of Business Growth Manager
(505) 955-6912
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Liz Camacho 
Economic Development and Communications Administrator
(505) 955-6042 
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Jessica Sandoval
Administrative Manager 
(505) 955-6334
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