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News & Announcements

08/27/2013
The Santa Fe Plaza will be closed this weekend for an Arts and Crafts Fair, August 31 – September 2. The City of Santa Fe road projects for the week beginning Monday, August 26, 2013 are: Downtown Road Projects: ...Read more »
08/26/2013
Awards Program Honors Contributions of Local Individuals. Mayor David Coss and the City of Santa Fe Arts Commission are pleased to announce the five artists and arts’ supporters who will receive the 2013 Mayor’s Awards for Excellence in the Arts. ...Read more »
08/26/2013
The Santa Fe City Council will hold its next City Council meeting, tomorrow Tuesday, August 27, 2013. Most Council Meetings are on Wednesdays, but this meeting was changed, because the annual Municipal League Conference starts on Wednesday, August 28, 2013. ...Read more »
08/26/2013
Today, Mayor Coss, Councilor Patty Bushee and City Attorney Geno Zamora witnessed the marriage of nine same-sex couples exchanging their vows at the Santa Fe County Commission Chambers. ...Read more »
08/21/2013
Catch that Olympic Fever! The Genoveva Chavez Community Center’s Ice Arena will hold its first ever Curling event and Open House on Friday, August 23, from 2:00 – 8:00 p.m. ...Read more »
08/21/2013
The Bicentennial Swimming Pool located within the Alto Park complex at: 1043 Alto Street -- will be closed for some time today until a broken pipe is repaired. ...Read more »
08/21/2013
Statement from Mayor David Coss: “History was made today in Doña Ana County. Congratulations to County Clerk Lynn Ellins and his staff, to the elected officials, and to all of the citizens of Las Cruces and Doña Ana County. ...Read more »
08/21/2013
The suspect, described as a Hispanic man, about 5’9”, wearing a striped shirt, dark shorts and with possible tattoos on his right arm, is accused of stealing more than $700 in tablet-style notebooks ...Read more »
08/20/2013
Public Safety Aid Battles Cancer, May 13, 2013 Santa Fe Public Safety Aid Art Maes received news that will forever change his life…Cancer. The gentle father of four (ages 6-13) is undergoing treatment, while continuing to serve the city. ...Read more »
08/20/2013
The City of Santa Fe road projects for the week beginning Monday, August 19, 2013 are: Downtown Road Projects: Washington Avenue and Paseo De Peralta partial closure for reconstruction and will continue until approximately late summer. ...Read more »
08/20/2013
Police cars lined the streets of Airport Road Thursday, August 15, 2013 to honor Santa Fe Police Sergeant Russell Gunn’s retirement. Sgt. Gunn is a 24 year veteran of the department who served on the SWAT Team, ...Read more »
08/19/2013
In/Visible Borders: New Mexico Photographers examines the cultural, political, and economic realities of life in the contemporary Southwestern landscape ...Read more »
08/19/2013
The City of Santa Fe Arts Commission is accepting qualifications from ceramic artists interested in participating in an international ceramics festival. The Arts Commission has been invited by the Icheon Ceramics Festival ...Read more »
08/19/2013
The City of Santa Fe Public Works Department has three projects around the city that will begin work on Monday, August 19, 2013. ...Read more »
08/19/2013
Detectives hope it’s only a matter of time before someone recognizes a distinctive watch donned by a particularly violent armed robber and turns the suspect in. ...Read more »
08/19/2013
The City of Santa Fe Parking Division will be collecting $10 upfront for parking all day at public parking lots downtown for this weekend’s Indian Market event. The Santa Fe Pickup shuttle route has also been amended to accommodate street closures for the event. ...Read more »
08/15/2013
As Drought Continues Water Conservation is Still a Priority. Even with the ongoing severe drought and 6% more water customer connections, the City’s total water consumption has dropped by more than 3.5 million gallons a day compared to this time last year. ...Read more »
08/15/2013
Santa Fe Police issued 21 traffic citations and picked up one resident on a warrant for failure to pay fines during Wednesday’s Operation Safe School Zones. The tickets were primarily for speeding in a school zone. ...Read more »
08/14/2013
The Environmental Services Division will be changing the refuse and recycling service days for some current City of Santa Fe residents as part of a plan to phase in and accommodate areas that will be serviced in the newly annexed collection areas. ...Read more »
08/14/2013
As our students head back to school, Santa Fe Police Department’s Traffic Division will be out in full force monitoring school zones, ticketing speeders and ensuring pedestrians use designated crosswalks. ...Read more »

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