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SFPD, Mayor Webber in Support. The City of Santa Fe and the Santa Fe Police Department have been notified that the District Attorney’s office has reached a resolution with all but one of the Defendants charged with a felony for their connection in the criminal damage to the ...Read more »
Safe. Open. Together #AllTogetherSantaFe #SantaFePromise. BIKES, BOOKS, AND FREE WALK-IN VACCINATIONS: The DOH, Christus, the City of Santa Fe, and the Santa Fe Public Library, along with Chainbreaker Collective, Sirius Cycles, and Safe Routes to School will host ...Read more »
Responding to urgent community concerns about reckless driving, speeding, drag racing, and accidents on the roadways of Santa Fe, the Police Department mounted Operation Quick Sand to crack down on this threat to public health and safety. The operation began April 9, ...Read more »
MPO Releases Community Health Profile to Leverage. Funding for Multiple Trail Projects Santa Fe enjoys many scenic multi-use trails throughout town and during the COVID-19 pandemic, these trails have been more popular than ever. Now, two major trails are planned for the ...Read more »
Safe. Open. Together#AllTogetherSantaFe #SantaFePromise. The New Mexico Department of Health (DOH) announced today that New Mexico has reached a key milestone: 50% of eligible New Mexicans are fully vaccinated for COVID-19, and more than 61 percent of eligible New ...Read more »
Announcing: LED Conversion, Community-Guided Working Group Meeting. The Community-Guided Lighting Design Working Group will have its second meeting Tuesday, May 18, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. ...Read more »
CITY OF SANTA FE PROCLAMATION OF EMERGENCY VIII- COVID-19 Second Amended Facial Covering Order –May 14, 2021. WHEREAS, the City’s “Public Health Protection Ordinance,” Section 10-7 SFCC 1987, requiring facial coverings in public, expires when the Centers for ...Read more »
Santa Fe is opening up and feeling good about it! As we do so, we need to make sure that the city is safe and peaceful. Three pieces of good news: First, we welcome six cadets who graduated from the law enforcement academy as Santa Fe peacekeepers. Second, the ...Read more »
Changes to Lodgers' Tax Ordinance Eliminate Two Exemptions. Tax Now Paid on Small Short-Term Rentals and Stays Longer than 30 Days. On April 28, 2021, the Santa Fe Governing Body approved amendments to the City’s Lodgers' Tax Ordinance, consistent with state ...Read more »
Individuals Interested in Running for Mayor or City Council May Pick Up Candidate Packets Santa Fe residents interested in running for an elected position can still pick up candidate packets. The local regular election is for Mayor and four City Councilor seats, one in each ...Read more »
Mayor Expresses “Cautious Optimism”. According to a Finance Department memo issued last Friday (May 7), the City’s economic recovery from the pandemic shows signs of approaching liftoff. Monthly taxable gross receipts this February were up 9.1 percent over last Februaryt. ...Read more »
Registrations are being accepted this week for City of Santa Fe Summer Camps. Registration will be in person and by appointment only at the Genoveva Chavez Community Center. To schedule an appointment please visit the SignUpGenius link below. Please be sure to note the ...Read more »
By Mayor Alan Webber: Earlier today I took part in a Town Hall to promote the state's Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP). Why? Because it's free money for Santa Feans who need help paying as much as 15 months of rent and utilities! ...Read more »
The following actions are not currently permitted in the City of Santa Fe, due to draught conditions: ...Read more »
The Tech Connect program will make laptops and hotspots available to check out for free to SFPL cardholders 18 and older (with SFPL library card, photo ID, and proof of address in Santa Fe County). The program will launch on Tuesday, May 4. ...Read more »
By Mayor Alan Webber. I'm personally thrilled that the Governing Body unanimously adopted the FY22 budget this week. It restores and increases spending in areas that suffered cuts. It responds to pressing needs for immediate investments. ...Read more »
Safe. Open. Together #AllTogetherSantaFe #SantaFePromise. FACIAL COVERING ORDER AMENDED: Yesterday Mayor Webber signed an Amended Facial Covering Order based on new, less stringent CDC recommendations about face coverings when outdoors. "Given our ...Read more »
Last night the Governing Body approved the Fiscal Year 2022 Budget proposed by the Administration. City leadership had listened to and incorporated public comments about community priorities, and the City Council Finance Committee held two weeks of hearings ...Read more »
City Facilitating Planning for Summer Season of Arts and Culture Events.Mayor Expresses “Cautious Optimism” for a Comeback Season of Modified Markets, Fiestas, Performances, and Tourism On Monday afternoon, Mayor Webber, Tourism ...Read more »




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