15 Oct, 2021

Groundbreaking of City Solar Project

PUBLIC INVITATION: Groundbreaking of Citywide Solar Project, Progress On "Sustainable Santa Fe" Goals: Saving Energy, Water, Money. Members of the public and the media are invited to join Mayor Webber and members of the City Council, State representatives, City
13 Oct, 2021

City Seeks Members for Santa Fe River Commission

The City of Santa Fe is now accepting applications for four positions (three with voting privileges, one as an alternate who participates in discussions and can vote if a voting member is absent) on the Santa Fe River Commission. The Commission is an advisory group
7 Oct, 2021

Protected Bike Lane on Paseo This Weekend

Experience a Protected Bicycle Lane. On Paseo de Peralta, October 9-10. This weekend the Santa Fe Metropolitan Planning Organization is hosting a pop-up protected bike lane demonstration eastbound on Paseo de Peralta from Cerrillos to Old Santa Fe Trail.
7 Oct, 2021

Rules for Reporting Political Expenditures

Reporting Information for Political Committees, Political Committee Organizations, Independently Sponsored Campaign Communications and Reporting. Reminder: Ordinance 2021-16, An Ordinance Amending the Campaign Code, was approved on Aug 25, 2021
6 Oct, 2021

City FY20 Audit Completed

Audit Deemed "Clean," Indicates Improved Financial Position Over FY19. The Office of the State Auditor released the City of Santa Fe?s Fiscal Year 2020 audit on Monday, October 4, 2021. The Fiscal Year 2020 audit was performed by the outside independent auditor
6 Oct, 2021

Battling Weeds With Workforce, Eco-Friendly Tactics

Parks Division teams are attacking the current proliferation of weeds by deploying extra worker-resources and utilizing ecologically sensitive tactics that will mitigate the problem in future seasons.
6 Oct, 2021

Governing Body Mandates Closed Captioning for Televisions in Public

On Wednesday, September 29, the City of Santa Fe Governing Body Unanimously Approved Ordinance 2021-21, an Ordinance Relating to Closed Captions.
5 Oct, 2021

City Collecting Abandoned Shopping Carts

More Than 600 Collected in September! Data From Pilot Project Will Inform Long-term Solution. In recent months, complaints about abandoned shopping carts have been the number one complaint reported on the City "Report and Request" webpage. The Office of
1 Oct, 2021

Highlights from the Week of September 27, 2021

This weeks newsletter includes the mayor's note on: A Good Week for the Future of Santa Fe, City Offers Paid Leave for SFPS Volunteers and Santa Fe Homes Run on the Sun.
30 Sep, 2021

Governing Body Approves Cannabis Legislation

Last night the Governing Body unanimously approved legislation designed to promote the new commercial cannabis economy while protecting public health, safety, and the general welfare of the residents and visitors to the City of Santa Fe.
30 Sep, 2021

Governing Body Considers Cannabis Legislation

We provide this information describing definitions and recommendations as context for following the proceedings scheduled for the evening session of th
29 Sep, 2021

Launch of City’s New Solar Program

On Monday the City of Santa Fe and its partners celebrated the launch of Solarize Santa Fe at the Nina Otero Community School. Solarize Santa Fe is a solar energy bulk-purchasing program designed to help Santa Fe homeowners of all income levels overcome financial
29 Sep, 2021

New City, SFPS Volunteer Program

The City and Santa Fe Public Schools (SFPS) today announced a program to grant four hours of paid leave per month to employees for the purpose of volunteering in the schools. The program is designed to help compensate for shortages of full-time teachers, substitutes,
28 Sep, 2021

RFQ for Alto Street Developer

City Seeks Qualifications to Build Affordable ?Green? Homes in Santa Fe?s Historic Downtown City Donating Lot at 635 Alto Street to Subsidize Cost of Producing at Least Five Low-Priced Dwelling Units