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Sustainability Leaders, Innovative Programs and Projects to be Recognized. Mayor Javier Gonzales announced today that nominations for outstanding sustainability programs, projects, businesses, and leaders are now open. Winners will be recognized at the Mayor’s Sustainability Awards ceremony on Thursday, November 9. ...Read more »
The City of Santa Fe’s Office of Affordable Housing is seeking candidates interested in serving on the Community Development Commission (CDC). The CDC is a seven-member board appointed by the Mayor to serve three year terms. Staff is currently seeking to fill two (2) vacancies: one for a term that expires in March 2018, and one expiring in March 2020. Thereafter, the appointee will serve a three (3) year term subject to reappointment of the Commission. ...Read more »
Joining numerous cities across the nation, the City of Santa Fe in 2016 officially designated the second Monday of October annually as Indigenous Peoples Day to honor and recognize the contributions of Native Americans to the history and culture of Santa Fe, New Mexico, and the United States. ...Read more »
Join Mayor Javier Gonzales, author Valerie Plame, poet Jimmy Santiago Baca, sculptor Jeremy Thomas, gun violence survivors and RawTools on October 7th from 5:30 pm to 7:oo pm for an evening of music, poetry, and art at The Center for Contemporary Arts (CCA), 1050 Old Pecos Trail, Santa Fe. Art made from gun scraps by SFCC welding and art students and faculty will be on display. Music by Eileen and the In-Betweens. ...Read more »
Mayor Javier Gonzales announced today that nominations for outstanding sustainability programs, projects, businesses, and leaders are now open. Winners will be recognized at the Mayor’s Sustainability Awards ceremony on Thursday, November ...Read more »
Earlier this year, based on observations made by the Finance Director, the City Manager initiated a broad and in-depth fraud assessment into city business functions, policies, procedures and information systems – with a specific focus on identifying systems and practices that put the city at risk for fraud. ...Read more »
The Santa Fe Solid Waste Management Agency is allowing FREE trash disposal for Santa Fe residents on Saturday and Sunday at the Buckman Road Recycling and Trasfer Station. They'll be accepting: Garbage, rubbish, unwanted materials, appliances, furniture, mattresses, building materials and more. ...Read more »
Repair work underway, but timeline unknown Contact: Matt Ross, (505) 955-6045, [bot protected email address] 
 SANTA FE – Northbound and southbound lanes at Guadalupe and San Francisco are closed to traffic as crews work to repair a water main break. Drivers are asked to avoid the area. ...Read more »
Supported this year by Eagle Rock Professional Development – a national leader in youth advocacy – and Americorps VISTA program, the summit was planned by a group of 20 young Santa Feans identified as leaders in their schools or communities, and engaged 300 youth in active conversation about the community. ...Read more »
A 16-inch water transmission line was damaged this morning and water supply to the west sector of the Santa Fe County’s Water System disrupted. The west sector area includes La Tierra, La Mariposa, Las Campanas Estates I & II, La Serena, Tessera, Northwest Ranches, Salva Tierra, Tiera de Oro, Los Suenos Sonrisa, and Aldea subdivisions. Repair of the waterline is currently underway and is expected to be completed by 8:00 PM tonight. ...Read more »
A study to assess the feasibility of consolidating transit operations between the Santa Fe Trails operated by the City of Santa Fe and the North Central Regional Transit District (NCRTD) has been completed and delivered to NCRTD, the City and now the public. ...Read more »
The City of Santa Fe is currently seeking qualified individuals for the ceremonial position of City Historian. The City Historian is responsible for the presentation of a lecture series, production of short articles, videos, podcasts or other educational resources, and provides information for and review of historical content for official City documents or publications. ...Read more »
Mayor Javier M. Gonzales released the following statement today, following up on a successful, 1,500-person Rally Against Racism with a plan to address Santa Fe’s own complicated history with race and memory head on: ...Read more »
The City of Santa Fe is inviting the community to share your ideas, tell your story, and help identify housing solutions for our community a public meeting tomorrow, Wednesday, August 16th, from 4pm-6pm at the Southside Library! ...Read more »
Mayor Javier M. Gonzales announced today that he and Mayor Pro Tem Signe Lindell, who represents the area in which Bicentennial is located, have worked with Parks and Recreation staff and City administrators to enact a plan that would shift resources from indoor pools at other Recreation Centers – primarily Ft. Marcy – to keep Bicentennial Pool open longer for families throughout the city to enjoy. ...Read more »
City will re-dedicate memorial at John Griego Park. At a ceremony this Saturday, the City of Santa Fe’s Veterans Advisory Board (VAB), Mayor Javier M. Gonzales, city leaders and community partners will be recognizing the fallen and missing Santa Fe Vietnam War heroes at John F. Griego Vietnam Veterans Park. ...Read more »
Watch the meeting live via our YouTube Stream: ...Read more »
The city’s primary citizen-led board for review and decision making on land use issues has five seats that are opening for consideration of applicants as a result of expiring terms. Mayor Javier M. Gonzales, charged with appointing members of the body, is asking for letters of interest from the community. ...Read more »
Do you live in city of Santa Fe? If so, the community needs your help! The City of Santa Fe is conducting a study to better understand residents’ housing decisions and their experiences living, working or going to school in the city. Your answers to the Santa Fe Resident Survey will inform an assessment of fair housing and access to opportunity! ...Read more »
Mayor Javier M. Gonzales and Police Chief Patrick Gallagher are asking Santa Feans and others looking for rewarding careers serving the community to apply for one of 19 available positions as a police officer. ...Read more »




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