The Greatest Ice Show Premieres at the GCCC. USA Team Members Join Local Skaters in Holiday Ice Show. The Desert Ice Figure Skating Club presents The Greatest Ice Show featuring members of Desert Ice Figure Skating Club and Team USA ...Read more »
On Saturday, April 27, the Railyard Park will be embarking on a new (and yet ancient) venture to restore native grasslands in the Park. The project is called Graze Days and employs sheep and goat grazers in this urban grassland restoration effort. ...Read more »
In consultation with the City of Santa Fe, New Mexico Environment Department (NMED), the New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) and the Southwest Coordination Center (SWCC), the Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF) is proceeding with a prescribed burn in the Santa Fe Municipal Watershed today ...Read more »
Anyone interested in running for an elected position will be able to pick up a candidate packet beginning Monday, May 6, 2019 in the office of the City Clerk (200 Lincoln Avenue, Room 215,). Candidate packets include nominating petitions and all forms relating to Public Campaign Financing. ...Read more »
New This Week: Agua Fria: Concrete work on ADA ramps; replacement of curb and gutter; Osage Ave. to St. Francis Dr. April 8, 2019 to June 3, 2019; 8:00am – 7:00pm (Weather permitting)
Single lane roadway with flaggers and some full closures.
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Our streets are suffering from deferred maintenance, but we’re kicking our paving program into high gear. We’ll be deploying $6.5 million of gas tax bond dollars over the next few months — here’s a list and schedule of the work that has already started! ...Read more »
The City of Santa Fe Environmental Services and Division of Senior Services launched a composting pilot program at the Mary Esther Gonzales (M.E.G.) Senior Center on Alto Street beginning April 1. Volunteers and board members from non-profit Keep Santa Fe Beautiful will be onsite during lunch for the first week of the program to train, teach and assist residents with its implementation. ...Read more »
We’ve been hearing from people all over Santa Fe about the dangerous driving habits taking place on our streets. In the words of Police Chief Andrew Padilla, “We hear you. And we care about you.” It’s not just about driving—it’s about safety.
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Right now, the thing that is foremost on people’s minds is pot holes. We’re getting a lot of calls and emails and newspaper comments about the pot holes being the worst ever! Our response: We hear you. ...Read more »
Family Game Night at the Santa Fe Public Library
SANTA FE, NM – Grab your family and some friends and join us for our very first Family Game Night! Come play games and meet new people!
Main Library Community Room
145 Washington Ave.
Tuesday, April 9, 6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m
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