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07/28/2021
Governing Body Considers $2.99 Million Spend on Additional Immediate Road Needs "The Ultimate Way to Prevent Potholes" The City of Santa Fe recently completed $11 million worth of road rehabilitation projects throughout city, completely utilizing the 2017 Gas Tax ...Read more »
07/27/2021
Friday, July 30Shows at 1:30 & 6:30 p.m. Tall Paul brings magic, balloons, ventriloquism and more to this fun in-person, energetic, outdoor show! Celebrate all of your reading accomplishments this summer with our Youth Librarians and stick around as we announce our ...Read more »
07/26/2021
Governing Body to Hear “Petitions from the Floor” on July 28. The State of New Mexico’s Cannabis Regulation Act went into effect on June 29, 2021, allowing local municipalities to adopt reasonable zoning and land use ordinances, which will be limited where state authority ...Read more »
07/23/2021
This weeks newsletter includes the mayor's note on Five Small Steps for Saving Lots of Water, Back-to-School Bags and Making Santa Fe Safer. ...Read more »
07/22/2021
The City of Santa Fe Arts and Culture Department . Selects Sixth Poet Laureate: Darryl Lorenzo Wellington. The City of Santa Fe Arts Commission is pleased to announce the selection of Darryl Wellington as the city’s sixth Poet Laureate. Established in 2005, ...Read more »
07/22/2021
The City of Santa Fe Arts and Culture Department. Selects Fourth City Historian: Valerie Rangel. The City of Santa Fe Arts Commission is pleased to announce the selection of Valerie Rangel as the city’s fourth City Historian. Established in 2017, ...Read more »
07/22/2021
The Environmental Services Division (ESD) has collaborated with Santa Fe Public Schools (SFPS) to reduce plastic waste and provide residents with reusable bags by donating 5,000 BYOB (Bring Your Own Bag) shopping bags for the school’s summer Chromebook ...Read more »
07/16/2021
This weeks newsletter includes the mayor's note on Consultant Approved This Week by Governing Body, Onto the Next Steps and Facing the Past, Creating the Future. ...Read more »
07/14/2021
Breaking New Ground: Public Restroom in Historic Downtown Area. Mayor Alan Webber was joined today by several members of the City Council, Senator Peter Wirth, and Tourism Santa Fe Director Randy Randall to perform a ceremonial groundbreaking on the future site of the ...Read more »
07/14/2021
City, County Firefighters to the Rescue in Idaho. SFFD & SFCFD Wildland Joint DeploymentOn July 7, lightning strikes started seven separate fires just east of Sandpoint, Idaho. The fires, now known as the “Trestle Creek Complex” continue to burn seven miles north of Hope, ...Read more »
07/14/2021
Meeting Tonight, July 14, 2021. The Governing Body is scheduled to vote at its meeting this evening on the contract for the consultant recommended by the evaluation committee to lead the CHART Process. ...Read more »
07/14/2021
Please enjoy the Santa Fe Metropolitan Planning Organization's Quarterly Newsletter! Each quarter we share developments in the programs, plans, and projects we're working on such as Transportation Improvement Program Online & In-person Public Meetings and more... ...Read more »
07/13/2021
Mayor Webber Issues PROCLAMATION OF EMERGENCY X - COVID-19 July 12, 2021 Today Mayor Alan Webber signed "PROCLAMATION OF EMERGENCY X - COVID-19." The prior Proclamation IX expired at noon today. The new Proclamation takes into account CDC ...Read more »
07/13/2021
Public Invitation: Groundbreaking of Downtown Restroom Site at 100 Water Street. City's First Public Restroom in Heart of Tourism District. Residents and members of the media are invited to join Mayor Alan Webber, Tourism Director Randy Randall, and Members of the City Council a ...Read more »
07/12/2021
As part of a citywide public engagement initiative to plan the Midtown District, the City of Santa Fe is sponsoring two Public Planning Sessions to inform the future land uses and development plans for the Midtown Site and the surrounding District. These sessions will ...Read more »
07/09/2021
This weeks newsletter includes the mayor's note on COVID-2.0 Mental Health Crisis, Midtown Planning and the Fire Department Cool Downs. ...Read more »
07/09/2021
Please join representatives of the City of Santa Fe and Interfaith Community Shelter (Pete's Place) for a community information and dialog session on Tuesday, July 13, 2021 from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. The meeting will take place on Zoom, login information is below. ...Read more »
07/09/2021
Opportunities for Public Engagement: Listening Sessions in July, Workshops Sessions in September. As part of a citywide public engagement initiative to plan the Midtown District, the City of Santa Fe is sponsoring two Public Planning Sessions to inform the future land uses ...Read more »
07/08/2021
Governing Body to Consider Consultant Proposed to Lead Process. Committee Hearings Today, Tomorrow, Next Week. The City of Santa Fe announces another milestone in the Culture, History, Art, Reconciliation and Truth process that’s known by the acronym CHART. ...Read more »
07/08/2021
Midsummer Family Fun in the Parks. Saturday July 17 at SWAN Park; Saturday July 24 at Franklin Miles. The City of Santa Fe, the Santa Fe Fire Department, and the Parks Division invite everyone to bring the kids out to the parks on Saturday mornings, play on the fields and ...Read more »

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