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January 13, 2022 — An exciting public-private partnership between the City of Santa Fe and Sky Railway—a subsidiary of the Santa Fe Southern Railway helmed by the creative minds behind Meow Wolf and Violet Crown—brings a new attraction to the revitalized historic Railyard. ...Read more »
JANUARY 12, 2022 – The City of Santa Fe Environmental Services Division (ESD) has launched the “It’s My Santa Fe” campaign, which aims to empower residents to take action, however and whenever they can, to ensure Santa Fe is a beautiful, healthy and sustainable place to live. ...Read more »
GOVERNING BODY MEETING 01/12/2022 ZOOM LINK ...Read more »
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UPDATE: Application Deadline Extended to February 1, 2022. The Santa Fe Arts Commission is a nine-member volunteer advisory board of the City Council. Through its various programs and projects, the commissioners advise the City Council on such issues ...Read more »
This weeks newsletter includes the mayor's note on: Welcome to the New Year, Inauguration Celebrates Leadership, Community Spirit and Greatest Hits of the Past Year. ...Read more »
The Santa Fe Women’s Commission was established by resolution 2019-24 from Mayor Alan Webber in 2019 to identify opportunities to improve City of Santa Fe programs and policies and to strengthen the quality of life of women and girls in Santa Fe so that they can thrive, ...Read more »
Dear Fellow Santa Feans, I’m proud to showcase just some of the outstanding accomplishments of last year. Despite the challenges of COVID, the City staff who work for you every day have delivered great results ...Read more »
During the first months of 2022, CHART will host a range of events designed to generate dialogue and to encourage listening, sharing, and storytelling. Originally designed as in-person, intergenerational gatherings, we are now minding Santa Fe County COVID numbers and adjusting accordingly. ...Read more »
Mayor Alan Webber was joined this morning for a video conference with CHRISTUS St. Vincent Regional Medical Center leaders for a discussion of concerns and recommendations for public safety in light of the current and anticipated COVID caseloads at ...Read more »
All City of Santa Fe Offices will close at 12 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 23 and Dec. 30. Offices will remain closed on Friday, Dec. 24 and Dec. 31 in observance of the Christmas and New Year's Day holidays. Regular hours will resume at all locations on Monday, Dec. 27 and Jan. 3, 2022 (unless otherwise indicated). ...Read more »
City of Santa Fe Seeks Applicants to Serve On Planning Commission. UPDATE: Openings for Residents of All Four Districts. The City of Santa Fe is currently seeking residents to sit on the Planning Commission. ...Read more »
This weeks newsletter includes the mayor's note on: Stay On Guard Against COVID, Christmas-time Handover of Fire Department Leadership and the Video: Technology for Sustainability ...Read more »
City of Santa Fe Seeks Applicants to Serve. On Planning Commission. The City of Santa Fe is currently seeking residents of Districts 3 and 4 to sit on the Planning Commission. ...Read more »
The City of Santa Fe notified the New Mexico State Auditor that its fiscal year ’21 audit will not be submitted by the December 15, 2021, deadline. The city requires additional time for its audit preparation as a result of the unprecedented and extraordinary circumstances related to ...Read more »
The City of Santa Fe Invites the Community to a Midtown Public Engagement. Posolada and Farolito Cruise. Sunday, December 19, 5 to 7 p.m.. As part of the City’s ongoing commitment to gather community input on the future of Midtown in unique and fun ways, the City of Santa Fe ...Read more »
for Mayor Alan Webber and City Councilors Signe I. Lindell, District 1 Carol Romero-Wirth, District 2 Lee Garcia, District 3 Amanda Chavez, District 4 ...Read more »
On the remaining Thursdays in December – Dec. 16, Dec. 23, and Dec. 30 – members of the public age 18 and older are invited to receive Moderna vaccinations at the Midtown Public Safety Building. ...Read more »

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