ENN: Fort Marcy Pickleball Courts 60% Design Review

The City of Santa Fe Parks and Open Space Division is hosting an ENN meeting to present a 60% Design review for new Ft. Marcy Park Pickleball courts. The new courts are being designed by Molzen-Corbin – an engineering, architectural and planning design firm contracted by the City’s Parks and Open Space Division.

The City of Santa Fe requires an Early Neighborhood Notification (ENN) meeting be conducted for city’s capital infrastructure projects. This meeting will allow community members an opportunity to provide additional feedback on final design and distinct features. In this regard, we wish to inform you that an online ENN meeting using Zoom, hosted by the Parks and Open Space Division and Molzen-Corbin consultants, is scheduled for:

  • Time: 5:30 pm
  • When: Thursday, January 11, 2024
  • Where: https://santafenm-gov.zoom.us/j/84639067542

Members of the public may attend the Zoom meeting on a computer, mobile device, or phone.

Click here to download the ENN letter.

Community Meeting: Pueblos del Sol Park Playground Renovations

The meeting was held at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 27, 2023 at 3036 Governor Miles Road (On-Site)

Community members are invited to an on-site meeting at Pueblos del Sol Park to provide feedback on upgrades and proposed new playground elements for the park. The meeting will be held at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 27, 2023, at 3036 Governor Miles Rd., Santa Fe, NM. All ages are welcome and snacks will be available for attendees. 

The Parks Division has initial funding for Phase 1 of the renovations and upgrades at the park and will present several options for attendees to review and offer feedback, as well as take suggestions and ideas for features not included in the current proposals. Planned Phase 1 upgrades already include renovations to the existing shade structure and picnic table and additional tree plantings around the park. Parks has also already moved forward with modifications to the existing structures to ensure they are safe and available for play during the planned upgrades, as well as removing elements that were unsafe and could not be stabilized for further use.  

Ideas and suggestions for Phase 2 of the renovations when funding is available are also welcomed during the community meeting!  

City of Santa Fe Parks Overview

Santa Fe boasts 77 developed parks, 26 undeveloped parks, and 170 miles of trails. The parks offer a variety of amenities, including ball fields, tennis courts, disc golf, playgrounds/tot lots, ADA walking paths, picnic shelters, swimming pools, and barbecue grills. One of the most well-known parks is the historic plaza. Santa Fe also offers two skate parks, the Railyard Park, and a golf course.

Community Parks, Golf, and the Railyard


City of Santa Fe parks and plazas are open daily from sunrise to sunset.