April Taxable Gross Receipts Exceed April 2019. For the third consecutive month, Santa Fe’s Gross Taxable Receipts show significant year-over-year growth compared to both 2020 and 2019 – an indicator that the recovery from the pandemic-induced recession is gaining ...Read more »
Private Fireworks Prohibited. City to Host Car Show on Plaza, Safe Fireworks Display on Fourth of July. To celebrate the Fourth of July in traditional, festive fashion, the City's fireworks display will go on as planned near Santa Fe Place Mall, with the utmost priority ...Read more »
The way the story goes, Jayme Stayton's first visit to Santa Fe got off to a rocky start. His first night in town, he was having trouble breathing so he rushed to the emergency room at Presbyterian Hospital. The medical team quickly diagnosed and treated his altitude sickness. ...Read more »
THANK YOU, SANTA FE: It’s been a long, hard struggle for the past 15 months, but we are coming out on the other side. As of today, 75% of eligible Santa Fe County residents have gotten at least one vaccination, and an impressive 65% are fully vaccinated, placing us ahead ...Read more »
City Planning and Land Use Director Announces Departure for Position in California. The City of Santa Fe announces that Planning and Land Use Department Director Eli Isaacson has accepted a new position with the City of Santa Barbara, California. Assistant Land Use ...Read more »
Plaza Pushcart Vendor. Licenses Available - Applications Due June 18. The Office of Constituent Services is now accepting applications for the Santa Fe Plaza Park Pushcart Vendor Program. There are currently two licenses available for food vendors. The license ...Read more »
Starting Wednesday, July 7, 2021. The Santa Fe Public Library is pleased to announce that we will be opening our doors to the public on Wednesday, July 7 at 10:00 a.m. After opening week, all three branches (Main, LaFarge, and Southside) will be open Tuesday through ...Read more »
Santa Fe is coming back! All over town you can see it, feel it, sense it. Our restaurants are packed. Tourists are walking around carrying shopping bags from our amazing shops. Hotels and motels are full. We’re back to having concerns over parking spaces and traffic backups. ...Read more »
Drought, Growth, and Social Equity. Online June 2-4; Free to Santa Fe Residents Plus: In-Person Events and Giveaways. The Next Generation Water Summit (NGWS) is coming to a computer screen near you on June 2 – 4, 2021. The theme is “Drought, Growth, and Social ...Read more »
Applications Due June 11. The Santa Fe Veterans Advisory Board (VAB) is now seeking candidates to fill three (3) vacancies. Applicants must live in Santa Fe County and can include persons who are not veterans but who are interested specifically in veterans’ issues and have ...Read more »
By Mayor Alan Webber, This week I had the distinct pleasure of talking with Jennifer LaBar-Tapia, the director of the Santa Fe Film Office, a joint City-County production. According to Jen, we're on track for a record-breaking year of film, TV, and digital productions. Even better, ...Read more »
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