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Update 4:47 PM on 2/14 - The repairs have been made to the water line, water is back up. ***The water may appear cloudy or white in color this is simply air in water and shall dissipate in the next day or so.*** Alert : Main Water Break on Hyde Park Rd (Cerros Colorados to N. Summit) Approximately 300 residence are without water Our Transmission and Distribution Division is working diligently to fix the water line break. Crews are hoping to have the break fixed early afternoon. For more information contact Mike Moya at 505-955-4243 ...Read more »
The City of Santa Fe River Commission is currently seeking applicants for commission member positions. ...Read more »
Based on a 12-month total increase of 3.54% in the Consumer Price Index (CPI) for the Western Region for Urban Wage Earners and Clerical Workers for 2018, Santa Fe workers will see the Living Wage increase to $11.80 an hour as of March 1. Living Wage for 2018 was $11.40 an hour. ...Read more »
Early Neighborhood Notification Meeting. This meeting is intended to provide and exchange information regarding the proposed improvements, ask questions of the design team, and obtain community input. ...Read more »
n November, merchants and business owners along the Guadalupe Street Business District met with Mayor Alan Webber and administration leaders to start working together with the City in a partnership that would boost businesses in that area. Mayor Webber formed a cross-departmental “Tiger Team” of department heads from Land Use, Public Works, Economic Development and Parks and Recreation to support their efforts. One of their suggestions was to shift the route of the free Historic District Santa Fe Pickup shuttle to increase exposure to local retailers. The City’s Transit Division is excited to announce that we’ve adopted this suggestion and are implementing an altered service route for the shuttle, starting today, January 28. ...Read more »
We hoped to re-open the center after the deep cleaning, keep it open for the month of February, and then close it again for a major $2.5 million overhaul beginning in March. After running the numbers, it's a much more efficient use of taxpayer dollars is to keep it shut until the full overhaul has been completed. ...Read more »
Santa Fe makes the top three list for the fourth consecutive year to live and work by MovieMaker Magazine in 2019 ...Read more »
Transit Services will be expanded between the Santa Fe Community College and NM 599 Rail Runner Station beginning Tuesday, January 22, 2019. ...Read more »
The City of Santa Fe has been coordinating with PNM on the service of overhead street lights. In a collaborative effort to better serve our residents, PNM has requested residents now report street light outages directly to PNM. ...Read more »
The City of Santa Fe Fire Department Wildland Division and the Forest Stewards Guild are planning to take advantage of snowpack conditions to conduct a prescribed pile burn on city land near the municipal watershed starting January 16th and continuing on through February 1st, 2019. ...Read more »
Public safety officials in the City of Santa Fe and Santa Fe County are excited to announce that Alert Santa Fe is now available to all residents. Alert Santa Fe is a free service that allows individuals to sign up for notifications sent from local authorities. Alert Santa Fe keeps residents and travelers informed on potentially hazardous situations involving weather, traffic and other emergencies. ...Read more »
Marty Sanchez Links de Santa Fe will host the 34th annual “Corrida de Los Locos” 5.8 mile cross-country race on Saturday, February 2, 2019. Sponsored by the Santa Fe Striders Club, the race will take runners through a scenic and challenging course around the city’s municipal course and scenic byway on Caja del Rio Road. ...Read more »
The City of Santa Fe Fire Department Wildland Division and the Forest Stewards Guild are planning to take advantage of snowpack conditions to conduct a prescribed pile burn on city land near the municipal watershed starting January 16th and continuing on through February 1st, 2019.  ...Read more »
The City of Santa Fe has a message for federal employees affected by the shutdown: We know the shutdown is creating hardship for federal workers and their families—and we’re here to work with you, not add to the stress. There are several direct and indirect resources and services available to our federal worker families to ease the stress: ...Read more »
Big council meeting tonight! Check out the agenda, then head down to City Hall to participate or watch our livestream on the City's YouTube page! AGENDA: STREAM: ...Read more »
On Saturday, January 5th, the Chavez Center is offering almost two hours of free ice skating lessons from 11am-12:30pm. ...Read more »
The Pasatiempo Senior Center will be closed on Thursday, January 3. The center will open again on Friday, Jan. 4, 2019. The closure is posted at the center and drivers will transport residents to various other sites for congregate lunch. Meals on Wheels service will not be interrupted during this time. ...Read more »
All Salvador Perez members may utilize Fort Marcy or Genoveva Chavez Community Center during this time at no additional cost. The pool at Fort Marcy is closed, during the locker room construction.  For aquatic needs, please use GCCC. ...Read more »
It is snowing - the Snow and Ice Plan is in effect! The plan sets out which streets are plowed or sanded and in what order during winter storms. It prioritizes service to arterials, collectors, and selected streets that make up the basic network of travel throughout the city. Its intent is to safely move the majority of the City’s traffic and to provide access to police, fire stations, hospitals and major medical facilities, senior centers, and schools. ...Read more »
The Santa Fe Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is updating our community’s Bicycle Master Plan and wants your feedback! You can help policy makers gain a better understanding of bicycling in the Santa Fe area and guide the recommendations in the 2019 Bicycle Master Plan. ...Read more »

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