News & Announcements Updates
Share this page Print this page

News & Announcements

Seeking Members for Mayor's. Youth Advisory Board. Ages 13 to 21 Eligible to Serve. The City of Santa Fe is seeking to engage motivated young people who are eager to create change in their community. Youth ages 13 to 21 are encouraged to apply to serve on the Mayor’s Youth ...Read more »
Affordable Housing Trust Fund. Mayor Joined by City Council in Introducing City Work Plan for Managing Equitable Growth and Development. Because the creation of affordable housing is both an urgent need and a high priority for Santa Fe, Mayor Alan Webber ...Read more »
I want to share a bright spot in what was a challenging year: In 2020 major crimes were down 26% from 2019, with the largest declines in homicide (down 62.5%), assault and battery (down 44%), and larceny (down 25%). ...Read more »
2021: SFPD Adding New Hires by Recruiting. Transfers and Trainees. The Santa Fe Police Department is building on the successes of 2020 by recruiting and training new members to join the force. ...Read more »
City Takes Strategic Approach to Weeding, Street Cleaning, and Keeping Santa Fe Beautiful. As the community starts to come out of quarantine and we prepare to receive seasonal visitors, various City divisions and crews are fully committed to the Santa Fe Spruce-Up. ...Read more »
The good news this week is that Santa Fe County, and the City along with it, earned the Green designation from the Department of Health. That means that many restrictions have been temporarily relaxed (read about that in this newsletter). It also means that if we stay ...Read more »
Safe. Open. Together . #AllTogetherSantaFe #SantaFePromise. GREEN DAY: Wear the green with pride today as we celebrate all the Irish that’s in and among us, and mark a week of Green COVID risk status. If the County can maintain this, we get to Turquoise, which means ...Read more »
Legislature Supporting Southside Teen Center, Midtown Campus, City Parks, and Citywide, District-level Priorities. As the New Mexico Legislature session nears its conclusion on Saturday, the City of Santa Fe is encouraged by the anticipated passage of the Capital Outlay ...Read more »
NEA Big Read starts this week and more! For the time being, all Library programming is onlineand we are still providing curbside service for checking out Library materials, as well as our Digital Library to use from home. ...Read more »
COVID Orders Remain in Effect, With Fewer Restrictions. "Green" Designation Prompts Amendments to Mayor's COVID-19 Emergency Proclamation. In response to New Mexico Department of Health’s announcement that Santa Fe County is for the next two weeks ...Read more »
The Arts & Culture Department has been funding local nonprofit arts organizations for 30 years, and currently funds 24 nonprofit organizations in the City of Santa Fe. ...Read more »
Tomorrow the SFPD and other local law enforcement agencies will conduct a DWI Saturation Patrol to honor the memory of Del Lynn and Deshauna Peshlakai, sisters who were tragically killed on March 5, 2010, by a multiple-time DWI offender who rear-ended their ...Read more »
Safe. Open. Together #AllTogetherSantaFe #SantaFePromise. WE’RE ON THE TURQUOISE TRAIL: The New Mexico Department of Health (DOH) updated its numbers today, and Santa Fe County has earned the Green risk level rating we’ve been striving for since the color system was ...Read more »
Consultant RFP is Posted Deadline: April 6 at 3 p.m. In January, the Governing Body unanimously approved a Resolution for hosting community conversations on Culture, History, Art, Reconciliation, and Truth (CHART). The process, which is projected to last a year, ...Read more »
Residents Invited to Comment on FY22 Budget at Governing Body Meeting March 10, 2021 The City of Santa Fe welcomes comment by members of the community on the upcoming Fiscal Year 2022 budget during the Public Hearing portion of the Governing Body meeting on Wednesday, March 10, 2021. The Public Hearing will start no earlier than 6 p.m. ...Read more »
The Mayor’s Committee on Disability (MCD) is seeking candidates for membership. Members are appointed by Mayor Alan Webber to work with and for people with and without disabilities to ensure access for all by eliminating physical and attitudinal barriers, ...Read more »
Highlights from the Week of March 1, 2021. The good people behind the New Mexico Historic Women Marker Initiative are on a mission to install commemorative plaques in counties all over the state. ...Read more »
The City is constantly working to conserve water to mitigate the impact of droughts that occur with increasing frequency, intensity, and duration. City of Santa Fe Water does so by investing in advanced technology and other progressive infrastructure improvements. ...Read more »




Video & Webcasts
Official Travel Site of Santa Fe, NM
  • Member of Creative Cities
    Network since 2005