News & Announcements Updates

News & Announcements

The City of Santa Fe road projects are: ADA CURB RAMP IMPROVEMENT PROJECT Beginning Monday, July 9, 2018 crews are scheduled to begin construction of ADA curb ramp improvements. This work is part of a larger effort to improve accessibility for the disabled community in accordance with Federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines. ...Read more »
After nearly 20 years featuring classic, independent, and world cinema, The Screen—the single-screen independent theater on the campus of the Santa Fe University of Art & Design (SFUAD)—closed its doors April 30, and Santa Fe’s cinema lovers mourned. Now an innovative new partnership between the City of Santa Fe and the Center for Contemporary Arts (CCA) is bringing The Screen back to life. ...Read more »
The City of Santa Fe’s latest additions to its senior leadership team under new Mayor Alan Webber and Acting City Manager Erik Litzenberg bring a balance of fresh eyes, new ideas, and continuity of leadership to two critical departments: Land Use and the Santa Fe Police Department. ...Read more »
Siringo rd ADA Curb Ramp Improvement Project. Beginning Monday, June 25, 2018 crews are scheduled to begin construction of ADA curb ramp improvements. This work is part of a larger effort to improve accessibility for the disabled community ...Read more »
The City’s top lawyer will be a UNM Law graduate who clerked for the New Mexico Supreme Court and has served three state departments as General Counsel. Erin McSherry joins the City of Santa Fe from the New Mexico Department of Health, where she leads a bureau of eight attorneys, a records custodian, support staff and interns. At 3,000 employees—twice the size of the City—the Department of Health is New Mexico’s largest state agency. ...Read more »
Mayor Alan Webber will head to Tornillo, TX, on the US-Mexico border tonight in preparation for a morning press conference with the US Conference of Mayors. ...Read more »
Experienced, Talented Women to Run Finance, Human Resources, and Public Works Mayor Alan Webber said, “We’re building a diverse and accomplished team to lead this City. These three women are going to help us make Santa Fe the most eco-friendly, sustainable City in the nation, rebuild our finances from the ground up, and create an entirely new culture of support and accountability for our employees. These are the people whose leadership will turn ideas into action and deliver real change to Santa Fe.”  ...Read more »
The City of Santa Fe is happy to announce extended hours of recreation and lap swim for the remainder of the summer! Bicentennial Pool will now be open on Sundays starting this Sunday, June 17, 2018 between 10:00am and 5:30pm. ...Read more »
The City of Santa Fe is pleased to announce that the Ft. Marcy Weight Room will reopen to public use this Saturday, June 16th, at 8:00am. ...Read more »
“When our reform agenda is complete, the city’s financial oversight and management will be substantially improved: We will be better protected against the risk of fraud, more efficient for the City employees working within the system, and—most important—worthy of the public’s trust.” – Mayor Alan Webber ...Read more »
Two Featured Walks This Year: Cieneguilla Petroglyphs and Vamonos: Railyard Park After a successful and fun event on the Dale Ball Trail system last year, the Santa Fe Conservation Trust and the City of Santa Fe are partnering once again this year for Take A Kid Hiking Day, this Saturday, June 9th. These free, family-friendly events do not require any registration. Water, snacks, hiking maps, stickers and prizes will be provided for participants. ...Read more »
Forest-Adjacent Trails Open to Hiking, Running, Mountain Biking – Include Dorothy Stewart, Dale Ball Trails – Trail Closure Signs Posted at Intersections with Forest Trails ...Read more »
Click "[Read more >>]" for the link to the livestream of this evening's meeting of the Governing Body. ...Read more »
The effort to continue getting Santa Fe City government out of City Hall—which began with the March 28th City Council meeting at the Southside Library—will continue with three more meetings this year out in the community. ...Read more »
The City of Santa Fe’s Southside Summer is bringing music, performance, block parties, swimming, movies and more to the city’s Southside May through August. The program will also highlight and promote a busy summer calendar of events outside of downtown. The City’s Arts Commission and Parks and Recreation staff are also working in partnership with community organizations to produce at least eight Feature Events. Mayor Alan Webber said, “We already have wonderful events happening downtown. Many of our families live south of St. Michael’s; Southside Summer is about bringing family entertainment to their doorstep and bringing Santa Feans together. We don’t do that often enough, but when we do, it helps us feel more connected to one another.” ...Read more »
In Observance of the Primary Election, Santa Fe Trails Bus System and Santa Fe Ride will provide Free Fares on June 5th 2018. For more Information, Call 505-955-2001 ...Read more »
SUMMER PROGRAM REGISTRATION! The City of Santa Fe's popular Summer Youth Program--the most affordable program in the state with registration charges based on parent incomes--serves close to 1,000 kids every summer at 7 program sites! REGISTRATION OPENS SATURDAY! ...Read more »
This Saturday more than 50 local groups will fill the Plaza for a day of entertainment, fun, and community. They’ll be joined by a slate of entertainers lasting into the evening, all celebrating the annual City of Santa Fe CommUNITY Day/El Dia de la Gente on the Santa Fe Plaza, organized by the Parks and Recreation Department ...Read more »
The Railyard Loop. Kids and Adults explore the Underpass from Baca to Railyard Park and Back!. May 18, 3pm-7pm ...Read more »
Mayor Webber Hosts First Open Office Hours with Public When: April 27th, 10:00am-11:30am Where: Plaza Café – Southside, 3466 Zafarano Drive What: Face-to-face meetings with constituents – first come, first-served ...Read more »




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