Highlights from the Week of June 14, 2021
There's a lot going on in the City Different!
Fire Safety Rules and Reminders for the 4th
The City's fireworks display will go on as planned near Santa Fe Place Mall, with the utmost priority placed on safety, as always. The City will also host a show by the Santa Fe Vintage Car Club on the Plaza from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on July 4.
 According a Resolution adopted by the Governing Body, the sale or use of aerial and ground-audible fireworks is specifically prohibited within the city limits. More info from the City here and on fire preparedness from the Greater Santa Fe Fire Coalition here.
Help Stop Water Waste
Overspray and runoff (pictured) while watering plants are prohibited and subject to fines. If you see water waste in the city, please contact our Water Conservation Enforcement Officers – they are available to address water waste violations and directly communicate with residents about the need to conserve water. The Water Waste Hotline is (505) 955-4222 – and remember to visit savewatersantafe.com for more tips!
Run Promotes Special Olympics
Last Friday, the Santa Fe Police Department participated in the 2021 Law Enforcement Torch Run to raise money and support for the New Mexico Special Olympics. Their leg of the state-wide relay began in Santa Fe and ended at the top of La Bajada hill, where they passed the torch to the Sandoval County Sheriff's Office and the Santa Ana Tribal Police. Great job to all who participated in this wonderful event!
Make Music Day
It's official: Mayor Webber proclaims Monday, June 21, 2021, "Make Music Santa Fe Day." The City Different joins 120 international cities in an annual first-day-of-summer celebration that recognizes the power of music to promote wellbeing, community, and the joys of cultural diversity. Find out about the various live and virtual performances and events here.
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