Highlights from the Week of April 25, 2022
There's a lot going on in the City Different!
Best Cleanup Ever!
El Camino Real Elementary third-graders were among the many school and youth groups who participated in what Keep Santa Fe Beautiful Director Carol Branch called "the most successful community cleanup to date." Last Saturday morning, nearly 2,000 volunteers picked up just under 10 tons of litter -- three tons more than last year! The Environmental Services and Parks divisions helped KSFB with the event. Bravo!
Miles of Medians Maintenance
The medians crew is responsible for about 580 medians which, combined with right of ways, amounts to 118 miles of maintenance in total! In this video, Medians Superintendent Nathan Saiz describes the median maintenance plan for the city, including tree and shrub care, pesticide-free weed abatement, and debris removal.
Lunch at the Senior Center
The Senior Services Division is excited to announce that the Mary Esther Gonzales Senior Center will again offer a congregate lunch for seniors beginning Monday, May 2. A Grab-N-Go lunch option will also be offered for those who do not wish to dine in-person. Senior transportation services will be expanded to include grocery store trips in addition to pharmacies and medical appointments. Find the details here.
Geared Up for Bike Month!
Are you ready for National Bike Month in May? The Santa Fe Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) and a host of partners have put together a menu of fun activities so you can celebrate all month long!
Read the highlights here or check out the full menu of events here.
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