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Readers Vote For Top Hotels And Spas, New Mexicans Vote For Staycations. Once again Santa Fe’s distinctive blend of top-shelf hospitality and world-class spas have made it a uniquely appealing and unforgettable travel destination. ...Read more »
Arbor Day Foundation Honors City’s Commitment To Forest Management. Some of Santa Fe’s oldest residents are its stately trees, the ancient elders that populate our parks and rivers and bosques. Now the Arbor Day Foundation is recognizing Santa Fe as a 2019 ...Read more »
Delayed Due To Governor’s Restrictions, COVID Concerns. Nothing is more important to us at Parks and Recreation than your health and safety. That’s why when the governor pushed the pause button on New Mexico’s reopening we too put our reopening plans on hold, ...Read more »
Phased Reopening Strategy to Allow for Site Updates, Ensure COVID-safety ...Read more »
Increased Internet Access Across The City At Public Facilities Is Bridging The Digital Divide The COVID pandemic and the resulting economic crunch have made it increasingly important for everyone in the City to be able to access the internet, ...Read more »
Use Only Legal Fireworks, Follow Safety Protocols, Keep Pets Safe. This year our Independence Day celebrations will be more private affairs in light of COVID restrictions and the absence of a public fireworks display due to COVID. ...Read more »
Essential Services, Trash And Recycling On Regular Schedules. In celebration of Independence Day Santa Fe City Hall offices and facilities, including Municipal Court and Libraries, will be closed Friday July 3. Regular virtual hours will resume Monday, July 6. ...Read more »
Graduate Of Santa Fe University Art & Design in 2017. When the City of Santa went looking for a powerful logo to kick off its COVID protocol messaging, called “Santa Fe Promise,” they found the perfect talent in Julian Williams ...Read more »
Free Masks At Visitor Centers, Hotels, Businesses. The City of Santa Fe and state of New Mexico have been largely successful in flattening the curve of the COVID-19 outbreak. ...Read more »
Plywood Envelope, Art Installation A Collaboration Between Arts And Culture Department, Historic Preservation, Public Works, and Parks and Recreation ...Read more »
“Meet the Developer” Series Concludes With Virtual Meeting On Housing & Affordability, Tuesday June 23 ...Read more »
Streamlined Processes Make it Easier to Go Solar, Encourage Economic Development The City of Santa Fe is on a streak-- a green streak-- winning yet another accolade for its commitment to sustainable and energy efficient practices. ...Read more »
Find the City Council agenda and meeting packet here. ...Read more »
Indian Affairs Department and tribal leaders issue joint statement on removal of statues in Santa Fe ...Read more »
COVID-19 Spurs City-Dwelling Americans To Reconsider Where They Live Looks like the secret’s out: Santa Fe is a small town with big appeal, offering the best of two worlds, with outdoor space, a tight-knit community and access to a nearby metro area. ...Read more »

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