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Imagine if the poem on the Statue of Liberty were to read, “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free—as long as they have enough money to support themselves when they come here.” ...Read more »
The Appointment Will Go Before Governing Body On. Wednesday, January 29. After a nationwide search generating 52 applicants, Interim City Manager Jarel LaPan Hill has accepted an offer to make the position permanent. ...Read more »
Census and Citizenship Information Materials in English and Spanish. Every Santa Fe resident counts, especially when it comes to #Census2020. On Tuesday, January 28 representatives from the City of Santa Fe, Santa Fe County and Somos Un Pueblo Unido ...Read more »
Restaurant Water Conservation Program Highlighted. The City of Santa Fe has been named a Sustainable City of 2020 for leading by example and making strides in working toward solving environment challenges. ...Read more »
Greetings Media Members: Mayor Webber has invited Alexandra Ladd, Director of the Office of Affordable Housing, and Community Services Director Kyra Ochoa to join this week’s panel. ...Read more »
Public Meeting Tuesday, February 11, 2020. The City of Santa Fe wants to know what the public is thinking about the various proposals being considered to build a bridge across Arroyo de los Chamisos and connect Cerrillos Road with Rodeo Drive. ...Read more »
Due to continuing snow in Santa Fe and surrounding areas, the City of Santa Fe administrative offices will open at 10:00 a.m., tomorrow, January 17, 2020, due to weather conditions.  The GCCC and Fort Marcy Recreation Center and Municipal Recreational ...Read more »
Due to continuing snow in Santa Fe two public meetings are being rescheduled.The Planning Commission Meeting will be rescheduled for 6 p.m. Thurs. Jan. 23 in the Council Chambers. ...Read more »
Name Change Scheduled To Go Before The Governing Body, January 29, 2020, Santa Fe is creating a new name and expanded role for the Santa Fe Arts Commission, being renamed the Arts and Culture Department. ...Read more »
Mayor Webber will be kicking off the new year hosting a media roundtable in his office, starting at 11 a.m. on Monday, January 13 and continuing every other Monday. ...Read more »
Public Meeting. The City of Santa Fe wants to know what the public is thinking about the various proposals being considered to build a bridge across Arroyo de los Chamisos and connect Cerrillos Road with Rodeo Drive. ...Read more »
SF Fire Department’s Mission To Reduce Risk To Lives And Property From Wildfire. 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 ...Read more »
For Staff Development And Training. All locations of the Santa Fe Public Library will be closed on Friday, January 31 for staff development and training. We will resume our normal hours on Saturday, February 1 and apologize for any inconvenience this closure may cause. ...Read more »
Starting January 6, 2020, Short Term Rental (STR) Applicants will be able to apply online through the Citizen Self Service (CSS) Portal. CSS is a customer facing portal that provides constituents with online access to the Land Use Department’s applications and information. ...Read more »
Please join us for the City of Santa Fe’s Inauguration Ceremony on Wednesday, January 1, 2020 at 10 a.m. The event will be held at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center, 201 W. Marcy Street. ...Read more »

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