News & Announcements

10/22/2020
The Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF) is implementing Stage 1 fire restrictions to reduce the risk of human-caused wildfire during extreme drought conditions, historically low fuel moisture levels and very high fire danger. ...Read more »
10/22/2020
SFPL has many virtual events for all and take and make craft for children and families until the end of October. Stop by during Curbside Pickup hours (Tues.-Thurs., & Sat., noon-5:30 p.m.) to take home craft kits for Autumn and Halloween ...Read more »
10/21/2020
Please join the Santa Fe Public Library presenting Moises Gonzales & Robert William Piatt, Jr. for their lecture “Slavery in the Southwest: Genizaro Identity, Dignity and the Law” on Monday, November 2nd at 6 p.m. on Zoom. ...Read more »
10/19/2020
The next ‘Wildfire Wednesday’ event scheduled for 10/21 at 6:00 pm, which will feature a presentation from Ellis Margolis. Please help spread the word! See the attachments for graphics with event details. ...Read more »
10/19/2020
Sticks and stones are everywhere on national forests. But the Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF) is seeing them in certain places and configurations that are not acceptable. ...Read more »
10/14/2020
The Santa Fe Police Department continues to identify those involved in the damage to the Plaza Obelisk Monday afternoon. Santa Fe Police is seeking the identity of another male. ...Read more »
10/14/2020
, Weather Permitting Admission Still by Reservation Only, COVID-safe Protocols Remain in Place. Due to unseasonably warm weather and the efficiency of staff, Bicentennial Pool will remain open until October 30, 2020, weather permitting. ...Read more »
10/12/2020
View Live on City YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/user/cityofsantafe ...Read more »
10/08/2020
Top City Accomplishments! ...Read more »
10/07/2020
Grab some hot tea and get comfy cozy while Karen Petersen reads us her poetry. The reading will include city poems, nature poems, and an opportunity for questions. ...Read more »
10/07/2020
White Shell Water Place (“Ogapoge”) is Santa Fe’s original Tewa Indian name for a settlement that dates back to before 1100 AD. Many souls have lived here and some are still here. Want to encounter them? ...Read more »
10/07/2020
The KiMo Theater in Albuquerque is one of New Mexico’s best-known ghost stories, and has been the subject of many articles, blogs, and TV shows. ...Read more »
10/07/2020
Join artist and author, Ann Murdy, for a discussion of the traditions of Día de los Muertos, how it is celebrated in three rural communities in Mexico and that being the inspiration of Murdy’s book On the Path of Marigolds: Living Traditions of Mexico’s Day of the Dead. ...Read more »
10/06/2020
Community Meeting Schedule and Information ...Read more »

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