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01/27/2021
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 »
01/26/2021
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 »
01/25/2021
Over 168 businesses and non-profits received up to $25,000 in grant funding Approximately 12,462 households received CARES Act Funds through the CONNECT Agencies. ...Read more »
01/22/2021
Interactive booklet is a kid’s companion to the 2020-2045 Santa Fe Metropolitan Transportation Plan ...Read more »
01/22/2021
City Has Many Options Moving Forward. Because of risk factors mostly associated with financial uncertainty caused by the COVID pandemic, the master developer of the Midtown District Site is proposing a mutual termination of the Exclusive Negotiating Agreement (ENA) ...Read more »
01/22/2021
Sales of assets present opportunities for revenues, mixed-use development, housing, and jobs. The City of Santa Fe is now offering dormant or underutilized City-owned properties for sale to help address the shortage of housing in Santa Fe, offer new commercial spaces for ...Read more »
01/21/2021
In 2021, Santa Fe Focuses on Recovery and Healing. This article appears in the January/February issue of Green Fire Times, which is devoted to Issues to Watch in New Mexico in 2021. ...Read more »
01/15/2021
WHEREAS, the City of Santa Fe joins the State of New Mexico, the New Mexico Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission, and the Santa Fe Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People to honor the life of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, ...Read more »
01/14/2021
Mayor Webber, Gov. Lujan Grisham, SFPD Chief Padilla, Emphasize Peaceful Protest and Preparedness for Inaugural Demonstrations. “In view of the heightened concern over public safety in the days leading up to the presidential inauguration, I have been in close contact with ...Read more »
01/13/2021
In 2021, the City of Santa Fe is focusing on recovery and healing. Work toward those goals has begun this week, as two City Council committees and the Governing Body are taking up a substitute resolution for the Culture, History ...Read more »
01/12/2021
My fellow New Mexican, I hope you and your family are staying healthy and safe in the new year. The last 10 months have been an immense challenge for all of us. But there is hope. I firmly believe 2021 will be a better year than 2020. And we can all help make it so.  ...Read more »
01/11/2021
Virtual Talk with Dr. Debbie Reese, Tuesday, January 19 at 5 p.m. Dr. Debbie Reese of Nambé Pueblo, founder of American Indians in Children's Literature (AICL) provides critical analysis of Indigenous peoples in children's and young adult books. ...Read more »
01/08/2021
Reset Notice of Motion Hearing. Due to COVID-19 Pandemic, all hearings are being conducted through Google Meet ...Read more »
01/07/2021
City addressed 56 percent more constituent complaints in 2020 compared to previous year. ...Read more »
01/06/2021
Based on the recommendation of Chief Justice Michael Vigil of the Supreme Court of New Mexico, the Santa Fe Municipal Court is closing the for the day. ...Read more »
01/06/2021
The Santa Fe Police Department was notified via media inquiry regarding the dismissal of this case on January 4, 2021. We learned that the dismissal was the result of the prosecuting officer’s failure to attend a Motions Hearing, ...Read more »

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