Highlights from the Week of August 30, 2021
There's a lot going on in the City Different!
Waterwise Restaurant Options
Our Water Conservation Office has partnered with a growing number of restaurants that are committed to reducing their water usage footprint. Diners are encouraged to choose waterwise establishments when eating out. Help spread the word to your favorite Santa Fe restaurant so we can get all of them on board to help reduce water use. Click for a list of City Certified Waterwise restaurants. If you’re a restaurant owner or manager, visit Make a Reservation to Save Water to join the program.
Keep Fort Marcy Beautiful
Our Environmental Services Division will once again partner with non-profit Keep Santa Fe Beautiful to help make the annual burning of Zozobra a litter-free event. If you're joining the festivities, be sure to look for the recycling and trash stations located around the park when disposing of an item – it's up to all of us to put waste in its place.
Angels Helping Archangels
 Another one of the Seven Archangels that stand along the East Alameda River Trail has fallen over due to rot in the wood. The Arts & Culture Department has an ongoing Angel Fund campaign to raise funds for santero Jose Lucero to replace an angel a year. Learn more about the program and how to donate here.
Next Week: Links de Santa Fe Maintenance Work
Marty Sanchez Links de Santa Fe will be closed from Tuesday, Sept. 7, through Thursday, September 9, to complete yearly aerating and topdressing maintenance. This annual process causes a temporary disruption on the top layer of the turf and putting surface, making greens, tees, and fairways temporarily sandy, but with long-term gains in overall turf health. Read the full maintenance schedule here.
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