Highlights from the Week of March 28, 2022
There's a lot going on in the City Different!
Sustainability "Scavenger Hunt"
The goal is for Santa Fe to be the most sustainable city in America – and the City is leading the way with facility upgrades and improvements that will help us save water and energy, reduce emissions, and reach carbon neutrality by 2040! We've placed signs around town that correspond with an interactive map to highlight some of these projects. Keep an eye out for them around the city and scan the QR code on the signs to find out more!
SFCC Scholarships for Veterans and Their Families
This week the City dedicated scholarship money to area military veterans and their families to attend Santa Fe Community College. The grant will be matched by the SFCC Foundation. “Veterans have given so much to protect and serve our country," says Youth and Family Services Director Julie Sanchez. "In return, the City wants to support their educational goals and those of their families.” Find details here.
Female Firefighters
of the Future
Fire Captain Brittany Snyder did some community outreach at Capital High School with a group of students in the Female Empowerment Club – an appropriate event during Women's History Month. Students participated as honorary Cadets and learned about the fire service, the multiple paths that a career can take with Santa Fe Fire Department, and learned some life-saving skills.
So Much Easter Fun!
Please join the City and Hope UC for the annual Easter Egg Hunt at 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 9, at Ragle Park.
 Some of our big work vehicles will be on display, the Community Engagement Department will have a coloring table, the Library and Fire Marshal's office will have info booths, and Sparky the Firedog will be there, too. The Food Depot will have bins for food donations. Then, Little League will hold Opening Ceremonies at 1:00 p.m.!
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