Highlights from the Week of January 3, 2022
There's a lot going on in the City Different!
Greatest Hits of the Past Year
We compiled a list of just some of the outstanding accomplishments by City teams last year. Despite the challenges of COVID, the staff who work for you every day have delivered great results, working in every department and in every neighborhood, and they deserve our gratitude and appreciation. Our thanks extend as well to the members of the City Council for their hard work and public service. Let us celebrate the accomplishments of 2021 as we move into 2022 with hope, resilience, and optimism!
Thursday Vaccinations Ongoing
Public health officials advise that full COVID vaccination, including booster shots, is a defense against severe illness. Santa Feans age 18 and older may receive Moderna vaccinations at the Midtown Public Safety building (Building #2, adjacent to the Garson Theater) on forthcoming Thursdays. Those who received their initial vaccinations with the other vaccines can take a Moderna booster. Find details here and consult the DOH website for testing and other vaccination information.
City Staff Steps Up On
Holiday Weekend
The storm over New Year's weekend brought much-needed precipitation to the city and surrounding mountains – but the snow-covered sidewalks and streets pose a hazard for residents and tourists alike. Our team showed up, even on the holiday weekend, and got right to work plowing streets and shoveling sidewalks around town. Kudos to the crews for their hard work keeping us all safe!
Christmas Tree Recycling
Ready to take down your Christmas tree? Did you know that you can recycle real Christmas trees for FREE during the month of January!? Remove all ornaments, stands, and other decorations, and bring your tree to Franklin Miles Park to be turned into mulch, any day from now until the end of the month (1027 Camino Carlos Rey, 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.). You can also take your tree to BuRRT until Jan. 23 (trees only; loads with other green waste will be subject to fees).
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