15 Sep, 2021

UPDATE: Community Engagement Events for Midtown Site Planning

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
15 Sep, 2021

Deadline for Applications is October 8, 2021 for Affordable Housing

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).
15 Sep, 2021

Festive Groundbreaking for Southside Teen Center!

Councilor Abeyta said four years ago he expressed to Mayor Webber that building the Teen Center would be his top priority as Councilor -- "and here we are today breaking ground.
13 Sep, 2021

Community Engagement Events for Midtown Site Planning

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.
13 Sep, 2021

Highlights from the Week of September 6, 2021

This weeks newsletter includes the mayor's note on the economic recovery boosts businesses, city finances, A Special Weekend on the Plaza and Public Participation in Planning.
9 Sep, 2021

Santa Fe Business Revenues Indicate Recovery from Pandemic-Induced Recession

Taxable Receipts for Fiscal Year 2021 Topped FY20, Lagged Pre-pandemic FY19
3 Sep, 2021

Highlights from the Week of August 30, 2021

This weeks newsletter includes the mayor's note on Santa Fe Recognized for Preventing Evictions, COVID Aid, City Leads the Way on Wages and Waterwise Restaurant Options
3 Sep, 2021

Mayor, Members of City Council Propose to Raise Minimum Wage for City Employees to $15

Mayor Alan Webber and City Councilors Signe Lindell, Roman Abeyta, and Carol Romero-Wirth will introduce a resolution to raise the minimum wage for City of Santa Fe employees from $12.32 to $15 an hour. Mayor Webber is directing staff to prepare a resolution to begin
2 Sep, 2021

Donors Still Sought to Help Replace Weatherbeaten Seven Angels,

Beloved Santero Carvings on East Alameda River Trail. Over the weekend it was reported that another one of the Seven Archangels that has stood on the East Alameda River Trail since 2004 has fallen over. Pauline Kanako Kamiyama, Director of the Arts & Culture
2 Sep, 2021

Santa Fe Recognized for Preventing Evictions

National Housing Publication Credits City for Rapid, Direct Delivery of COVID-Relief Funds The City?s COVID-relief efforts of last fall are singled out in a recently-published article titled ?How Santa Fe Prevented Evictions with Easy Access to Rent Relief.? The piece appears in
29 Aug, 2021

Highlights from the Week of August 23, 2021.

This weeks newsletter includes the mayor's note on City Crews Battling Aggressive Seasonal Weeds, the ABC's of Santa Fe: Always Basic Services and apply to Join the CHART Team.
26 Aug, 2021

SFPD Cracking Down on Bad Driving

The Santa Fe Police Department is taking a multi-pronged approach to combat speeding, drag racing, muffler violations, reckless driving, and careless driving. As of today, August 26, the Department had made 5,312 traffic stops and issued more than 5,509 citations for violations
25 Aug, 2021

City Crews Battling Seasonal Weeds

Acting Parks Director McDonald Explains Strategic Approach. Melissa A. McDonald, Acting Parks Division Director & River and Watershed Manager, reports that her teams are doing their utmost to address the current seasonal proliferation of weeds:
20 Aug, 2021

Highlights from the Week of August 16, 2021

This weeks newsletter includes the mayor's note on SF Women's Commission Announces Strategic Plan, Santa Fe At Our Best and Testing, Testing.