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We had some great news this week when the Department of Health rating for Santa Fe County went from Red to Yellow. That's the first step in getting to Green—which is our real community-wide goal. ...Read more »
The Santa Fe Children and Youth Commission was established to survey and assess the needs of the children and youth within the city of Santa Fe; identify and recommend to the governing body legislation, policies, and programs that promote the healthy development of ...Read more »
City to Reopen Fort Marcy with New Designation. The New Mexico Department of Health reports that Santa Fe County is now rated Yellow on its COVID-19 risk scale.. As previously communicated, with the status change Ft. Marcy Recreation Complex will reopen on February ...Read more »
The Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF) will waive fees at many day-use recreation sites on Monday, Feb. 15, 2021, to celebrate Presidents’ Day.. All SFNF offices will be closed Monday for the federal holiday, resuming virtual business hours on Tuesday, Feb. 16. ...Read more »
The Santa Fe Public Library, in partnership with the New Mexico State Library and Gale, offers adult residents of Santa Fe the opportunity to earn an accredited high school diploma and career certificate through Career Online High School. ...Read more »
Keep Santa Fe Beautiful has received an Innovation Award from Keep America Beautiful for its entryway sign on a highway median coming off of U.S. 84-285 on the city’s north side. The Innovation Award -- the second national recognition of Keep Santa Fe Beautiful from ...Read more »
Starting April 1, 2021. Starting April 1, 2021, the Planning and Land Use Department will begin enforcing the requirements of the 2018 International Energy Conservation Code as approved and amended by the State of New Mexico on September 25t, 2020. All building permit ...Read more »
Dr. Wendy Johnson: Distribution of COVID-19 Vaccines Is Soon to Accelerate in Santa Fe. On last Friday’s WebberCast on the Mayor Alan Webber Facebook page, Dr. Wendy Johnson, Medical Director of La Familia Medical Center, offered clarification and information about the ...Read more »
Mayor Webber issued on January 30, 2021: “Emergency Proclamation VII–COVID-19.” The basis for the proclaimed emergency is the ongoing, deadly, COVID-19 pandemic. While the number of cases in Santa Fe County and New Mexico has decreased in recent weeks, ...Read more »
National Gun Violence Survivors Week - a week when we come together to share and amplify the stories and voices of gun violence survivors who live with the impact of gun violence every day of the year - begins today and ends on Sunday, February 7th. ...Read more »
SFPS to Open In Voluntary Hybrid February 22nd. SFPS is opening in a voluntary hybrid model, Pre-K - 12th grade on February 22nd; honoring our commitment to give families/staff two weeks notice, allow teachers at the secondary level to return to set up their classrooms, ...Read more »
PARTNER TO PAY OUTSTANDING UTILITY BILLS. FOR SANTA FE RESIDENTS. Many Santa Fe residents are facing the consequences of unemployment and a slowed economy, including housing and food insecurities and the stress of mounting debt and ...Read more »
Mutual Termination of Midtown Development Agreement. City Options Moving Forward In a Special Session on January 28, 2021, the Governing Body voted unanimously to mutually terminate the Exclusive Negotiation Agreement (”ENA”) between developer ...Read more »
Large Numbers When Supplies Arrive. The guest on yesterday’s Facebook WebberCast was Lilian Montoya, President and CEO of CHRISTUS St. Vincent. She talked with Mayor Webber about the all-hands-on-deck effort that CHRISTUS and the other medical providers in the . ...Read more »
PARTNER TO PAY OUTSTANDING UTILITY BILLS FOR SANTA FE RESIDENTS. Many Santa Fe residents are facing the consequences of unemployment and a slowed economy, including housing and food insecurities and the stress of mounting debt and unpaid bills. ...Read more »
Dear Fellow Santa Feans. When he was in office, President Obama kept a plaque on his desk that said, “Hard things are hard.” It was there to serve as a reminder: Why he ran—to do things that mattered—and what it would take to get important things done. If you want to help ...Read more »
Land Use Department’s E-Permitting System Enables. Development Despite Pandemic Despite the economic instability of the pandemic era, Santa Fe is experiencing an extended building boom with record numbers of development projects planned, under construction, or ...Read more »




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