Highlights from the Week of April 26, 2021
There's a lot going on in the City Different!
Laptops & Hotspots
The library has purchased laptops and hotspots to expand access to technology and the internet. The Tech Connect program will make laptops and hotspots available to check out for free to SFPL cardholders 18 and older. The program will launch on Tuesday, May 4. This just in: The Fort Marcy Ballfield is now equipped with free WiFi; log in with the password "AlltogetherSantafe."
Rental Assistance Program Seeks Clients in Need
The New Mexico Department of Finance Administration has $170 million available through the Emergency Rental Assistance Program to help prevent evictions for those who've been unable to pay rent and utilities due to the pandemic. Renters can apply directly, and the agency is seeking nonprofit partners to help those in need apply.
Don't Let Dogs Die
in Hot Cars
This morning outside of City Hall, Ali MacGraw joined Parking Division Director Noel Correia and Councilors Signe Lindell and Carol Romero-Wirth in launching the "Dogs Die in Hot Cars" campaign. You'll be seeing stickers on parking meters and signs above pay stations around town, a project spearheaded by the NM Street Homeless Animal Project.
Seasonal Watering Rules Go Into Effect Tomorrow
From May 1 to October 31, no outdoor watering is allowed between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Watering during the cooler times of the day is water-wise and better for your plants. It is recommended to limit watering to three days a week, and one of those days should be on the weekend. Learn more.
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