Weekly Wrap

March 10, 2023

Pothole Palooza Kicks Off With Warmer Weather

Our Public Works Crews have launched into Pothole Palooza 2023 to take advantage of the first days of warmer, drier weather in the spring to make pothole repairs! Two crews are working at least 10-hour shifts, 4 days a week, to expedite pothole repair. The crews split up to start repairs on either end of town and then work toward the middle.

The crews have filled over 1,000 potholes since work started last week!

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City Completes Comprehensive Review Of Indoor Arena Soccer

After a thorough review of the professional arena soccer team proposal, the City has concluded it does not have the funding to accommodate an arena soccer team at the Chavez Center at this time.

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New EVs Delivered

Last week, we received a delivery of 17 new EVs for our fleet – more progress toward our goal of a carbon-neutral future! You can learn more about this and other related projects on the Santa Fe Sustainability Dashboard.

Provide Your Feedback On Community Housing Needs

The Office of Affordable Housing invites you to participate in a survey to provide input for the 2023 Consolidated Plan for housing in Santa Fe. The survey, available in English and Spanish, is open through 5 p.m. on Friday, March 24.

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We're Hiring!

Are you passionate about teen services and want to positively impact the lives of Santa Fe youth? Then you should apply to become our Recreation Complex Manger for the new City of Santa Fe Teen Center (opening Summer 2023)!

The Teen Center is a state-of-the-art, 17,000 sq. ft. multipurpose facility located at the intersection of Country Club Rd. and Valentine Way. The manager role will provide imaginative leadership to the staff of the Teen Center and work with the community to develop recreational and educational programs and services for teens in Santa Fe.

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SFPL Author Talk: "Thomas H. Begay and the Navajo Code Talkers"

The Southside Santa Fe Public Library is hosting a discussion and presentation for all ages with author Alysa Landry and honored guest, Mr. Thomas H. Begay, a Navajo Code Talker, regarding Landry's new children’s book, “Thomas H. Begay and the Navajo Code Talkers.” The event will take place from 3 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, March 18, at the Southside Library at 6599 Jaguar Drive.

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