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The City of Santa Fe receives an annual grant from the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) entitled the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG). Funds are used to address housing and community development needs of Santa Fe’s residents with low-and-moderate-incomes. ...Read more »
Santa Fe Trails, the City’s bus service, is asking the public to weigh in on proposed changes to routes and route schedules for the 2, 22, and 26 routes. A Public Information Meeting will be held April 12th from 3:00PM to 6:00PM at the Santa Fe Place Mall Food Court, which is adjacent to the current Southside Transit Center. Transit Staff will provide information, answer questions and receive feedback. ...Read more »
Mayor Alan Webber is joining mayors across the country in asking residents to make a long-term commitment to manage water resources more wisely. As part of the Wyland National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation, residents can win $5,000 toward their Home Utility Payments, water saving fixtures, and hundreds of other prizes. Plus, one lucky charity will receive a 2018 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid to serve the community. Sign up at to use water more efficiently, reduce pollution, and save energy. ...Read more »
City Councilwoman Renee Villarreal—representing the City in a coalition of groups dedicated to building a more inclusive Santa Fe—announced today that a cohort led by Chainbreaker Collective and the City has been selected for the inaugural All-In Cities Anti-Displacement Policy Network.  ...Read more »
Register for your Certification at the Genoveva Chavez Community Center. March 19-23rd 8:00am-3:00pm with 1 hour lunch daily. Attendance to ALL sessions is required for certification (re certification candidates may vary) ...Read more »
A study to assess the feasibility of consolidating transit operations between the Santa Fe Trails operated by the City of Santa Fe and the North Central Regional Transit District (NCRTD) has been completed and delivered to NCRTD, the City and now the public. ...Read more »
Mayor Javier M. Gonzales released the following statement today, following up on a successful, 1,500-person Rally Against Racism with a plan to address Santa Fe’s own complicated history with race and memory head on: ...Read more »
The City of Santa Fe is inviting the community to share your ideas, tell your story, and help identify housing solutions for our community a public meeting tomorrow, Wednesday, August 16th, from 4pm-6pm at the Southside Library! ...Read more »
Mayor Javier M. Gonzales announced today that he and Mayor Pro Tem Signe Lindell, who represents the area in which Bicentennial is located, have worked with Parks and Recreation staff and City administrators to enact a plan that would shift resources from indoor pools at other Recreation Centers – primarily Ft. Marcy – to keep Bicentennial Pool open longer for families throughout the city to enjoy. ...Read more »
City will re-dedicate memorial at John Griego Park. At a ceremony this Saturday, the City of Santa Fe’s Veterans Advisory Board (VAB), Mayor Javier M. Gonzales, city leaders and community partners will be recognizing the fallen and missing Santa Fe Vietnam War heroes at John F. Griego Vietnam Veterans Park. ...Read more »
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The city’s primary citizen-led board for review and decision making on land use issues has five seats that are opening for consideration of applicants as a result of expiring terms. Mayor Javier M. Gonzales, charged with appointing members of the body, is asking for letters of interest from the community. ...Read more »
Do you live in city of Santa Fe? If so, the community needs your help! The City of Santa Fe is conducting a study to better understand residents’ housing decisions and their experiences living, working or going to school in the city. Your answers to the Santa Fe Resident Survey will inform an assessment of fair housing and access to opportunity! ...Read more »
Mayor Javier M. Gonzales and Police Chief Patrick Gallagher are asking Santa Feans and others looking for rewarding careers serving the community to apply for one of 19 available positions as a police officer. ...Read more »
Late yesterday evening the Santa Fe City Council unanimously approved a proposal to invest $1.1 million dollars – matched by $4 million in private funding – into Santa Fe’s Southside. The partnership, comprised of the State Economic Development Department, the City of Santa Fe, and the homegrown arts startup Meow Wolf, will lead to at least 250 jobs and more than $5 million dollars in new revenue for the city resulting from the economic growth this will generate. ...Read more »
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BTAC Chairman Councilor Joseph Maestas said, “We always do better when we work together – and advisory committees like BTAC are designed to create exactly this kind of consensus result. The community should be proud of the way our committee, staff and residents of the area worked together to accomplish a major upgrade in our urban trail system that will make biking and walking a safer and more pleasurable experience for everyone.” ...Read more »
No Appointment Necessary, First Come, First Serve Sign-up Opportunity. The next in a series of face-to-face, “Meet the Mayor” events will take place at City Hall. Santa Feans will have the opportunity to meet directly with Mayor Javier M. Gonzales for 5-7 minutes ...Read more »
City’s Partnership with Guadalupe Credit Union Teaching Kids About Entrepreneurship. Dozens of Santa Fe kids in the City’s Summer Youth Program have spent this summer learning about business in the best way – by starting their own companies ...Read more »
An unknown male caller is impersonating a City of Santa Fe Water Division employee in a phone scam to steal money from local water customers. In one recent case, the caller told a local business owner that their water would be shut off if they did not pay an amount by phone using a pre-paid credit card. This is a scam. Click through to read more. ...Read more »




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