The Chief of Police, Andrew Padilla, has announced his retirement after more than 21 years with the City of Santa Fe Police Department (SFPD). Chief Padilla has served his entire career with SFPD. He started as a patrol officer in 2000 after serving in the United States ...Read more »
Wednesday Sept. 29, 3 p.m. The City of Santa Fe will host a ribbon cutting ceremony for the opening of 6 newly dedicated pickleball courts at Fort Marcy Park to support the quickly growing local community of more than 450 players. ...Read more »
City Brings on Former State of New Mexico Commercial Real Estate Official Terry Lease to Lead Asset Development InitiativesThe City of Santa Fe Office of Community & Economic Development welcomed Terry Lease to the position of Asset Development ...Read more »
Media and Santa Fe Public Schools Employees Invited to Launch of Solarize Santa Fe Pilot Program, September 27. The City of Santa Fe and partners will celebrate the launch of the Solarize Santa Fe program at the Nina Otero Community School on Monday, September 27 ...Read more »
The Santa Fe Solid Waste Management Agency is hosting a free electronic (e-waste) collection drive-thru event for Santa Fe City and County residents at the Buckman Road Recycling and Transfer Station (BuRRT) on Saturday, October 2, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. ...Read more »
$6 Million Federal Funding Anticipated for San Juan-Chama Return Flow Project. Component of Long-Range Plan to Ensure Water Supply Through End of Century. The United States Bureau of Reclamation has notified the City that the San Juan-Chama ...Read more »
The City of Santa Fe is proud to announce that 100 student parents enrolled at the Santa Fe Community College (SFCC) have been selected as part of a Mayors for Guaranteed Income Pilot Project – the Santa Fe LEAP (Learn, Earn and Achieve Project) – and will begin to ...Read more »
Artful Life is pleased to announce the opening of the CHART Santa Fe online survey. Residents of the City and County of Santa Fe are invited to complete this three-question survey, which is available via the links below and on the CHART Santa Fe website at ...Read more »
Midtown is Moving Forward with public engagement opportunities throughout the fall. In collaboration with a team of community organizations, the City is sponsoring various ways and venues for participation. From in-person community events to online conversations and ...Read more »
Deadline for Applications is October 8, 2021. The City of Santa Fe’s Office of Affordable Housing seeks individuals interested in advancing affordable housing options in Santa Fe through service on the Community Development Commission (CDC). ...Read more »
The City of Santa Fe is hosting the second Midtown Moving Forward Planning Workshops event on September 23-25, giving community members a chance to learn about and weigh-in on alternatives for the physical development of the Midtown District. ...Read more »
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