Highlights from the Week of March 21, 2022
There's a lot going on in the City Different!
Heard: Voices of Midtown
On Tuesday evening Midtown Moving Forward presented the results of its extensive public engagement campaign. "It was exciting to hear voices from diverse communities and local organizations that confirmed the vision for Midtown that's been set in motion," says Redevelopment Manager Daniel Hernandez. The video of the bilingual presentation is available for viewing on Facebook.
Learning All About Water
The Water Conservation office is giving watershed tours for fifth-graders as part of the Passport Program, which consists of classroom visits and tours of the Buckman Direct Diversion, the Wastewater Treatment Plant, and Municipal Watershed. City staff from Environmental Services, BDD, Keep Santa Fe Beautiful, and Water Conservation join forces for this comprehensive education program based on water conservation principles.
Cleaning Up & Giving Back
We have so many amazing community members making a difference! Recently, volunteers with Parks helped pick up litter and debris at Villa Linda Park – please join us in giving them a big THANK YOU for their efforts! If you'd like to clean up a park or public area in your neighborhood, you can register and volunteer for the annual spring litter cleanup organized by our non-profit partner, Keep Santa Fe Beautiful, on Saturday, April 23rd.
The Fast Track to Jobs
The City is still offering a thousand-dollar hiring incentive and tomorrow,
Saturday, March 26, there will be a Public Works Rapid Hire event from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Chavez Center. Please help to spread the good word about the opportunity to join the city team in our Parking, Transit, Streets, Facility, and Parks departments. We will be making job offers on the spot! Check the job listing page for other opportunities.
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