Santa Fe River Fund Donation

The river and its watershed are made up of the main course of the Santa Fe River, plus all of the streams, arroyos, and water courses that flow into it. As the river flows through a developed, urban environment, the watershed gathers all of the waters that flow from the streets, parking lots, buildings, vacant lots and all of the front and back yards of the City. The entire watershed covers about 285 square miles; everything within the area flows to, and is a part of, the river system.

In April of 2007, the Santa Fe River was named America’s Most Endangered River by American Rivers. A Washington, D.C. based advocacy group. In June 2007, the New Mexico Heritage Preservation Alliance named the Santa Fe River as one of the state’s twelve (12) most endangered places.

Your contributions to the Santa Fe River Fund will be used for projects that improve the flow in the Santa Fe River in ways that enhance the river’s ecosystems and its riverbank channel.

 

Onetime Donation Option

To make a one time donation please call our Cashiers office at 505-955-4350.

Please be advised, we only accept the following credit cards: 

 

Recurring Donation Option

To submit your formal request for a recurring donation to be added to your City of Santa Fe Utility bill, please complete the form below. 

Recurring Donation Official Request Form

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By completing this application I confirm that:

  • The information contained herein is true and correct to the best of my knowledge.
  • I am requesting a recurring donation to be added to my City of Santa Fe Utility Account in the amount check marked above.

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