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Located approximately 64 miles northeast of Albuquerque, New Mexico, The Spanish laid out the city according to the "Laws of the Indies," town planning rules and ordinances which had been established in 1573 by King Philip II. The fundamental principle was that the town be laid out around a central plaza. An important style implemented in planning the city was the radiating grid of streets centering from the central Plaza.

Population: 72056
Local Newspapers: Santa Fe New Mexican
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Local Colleges: St. John's College Santa Fe University of Art and Design

Zip Codes associated with santa fe, new mexico: 87501 87505
Towns/Cities near santa fe, new mexico : Espanola Tesuque La Cienega Las Vegas Glorietta White Rock Chimayo

Santa Fe News
Funds could be used for cleaning up Santa Fe Plaza

Funds designated to reopen a local visitor's center could be re-purposed in an effort to clean up Santa Fe's plaza. Originally, $61,000 were budgeted to reopen the La Bajada Visitor's Center south of Santa Fe, however, the tourism department wants the money to go towards creating two new 'Litter Clean-Up' jobs instead.

Gabor L. Vida

Rosewood Hotels & ResortsA has appointed Gabor L. Vida as managing director of Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi. In his new role, Vida will oversee and lead all facets of business operations at the historic boutique hotel in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Using city dollars for federal tax credits meets resistance

A proposal to sweeten an application for federal low-income housing tax credits with city funds encountered stiff resistance Monday night at the city Finance Committee meeting, with councilors making clear they would have difficulty swallowing the request for an additional financial commitment that the project's proponents say would all but ensure the Arts and Creativity Complex on Siler Road receives the credits. The sticking point is the developers' request to effectively shift $200,000 from a capital improvement project or projects elsewhere in Santa Fe to the Arts and Creativity Center proposal, a 60-unit affordable live-work development targeted at workers in the local creative industries.

Parks planning gets serious

Oh, plans! The city of Santa Fe loves to have plans. Most recently released, a 10-year-master plan describing how best to meet the needs of the city's Parks and Recreation Department.

After weekend storm, dry and cold weather returns

A weekend storm finally added to the snowpack in the mountains near Santa Fe, which remains well below average as dry, chilly conditions return for the remainder of the week, the National Weather Service said Monday. The snow water equivalent recorded at the Santa Fe Snotel, a measuring station located at 11,445 feet elevation in the Sangre de Cristos, doubled from 0.7 inches on Saturday morning to 1.16 inches on Monday, the agency said.

Carjacking on Cerrillos has semi-happy ending

A local man was driving down Cerrillos Road on Friday afternoon when his 2000 Hyundai Sonata began making a strange noise. He had recently had the power steering pump fixed, but it had still been acting up.

For owner of op.cit. books in Santa Fe and two other stores in Northern New Mexico, future is bright

Noemi de Bodisco does not hesitate to answer when asked whether physical books are winning or losing the competition against digital rivals. She should know.

Does everyone need a lobbyist?

The mountain town known as a vacation destination pays $2,000 each month plus tax for the services of Gabriel Cisneros, who represents a short list of local governments at the state Capitol. He is just one in a small army of lobbyists at work in Santa Fe during this year's 30-day legislative session representing towns, counties, villages, school districts, colleges and even charter schools - mostly if not entirely on the taxpayers' dime.

Where to get help on your taxes

There are two free or low-cost income-tax preparation services available to residents of New Mexico starting up this month. The AARP organization is operating its yearly free tax help service at both Santa Fe Community College and Our Lady of Guadalupe Church.

New Mexico considers pension forfeiture in corruption cases

New Mexico lawmakers are proposing a pension-forfeiture law aimed at elected officials who are convicted or plead guilty to corruption charges. The bill from Democratic Rep. Matthew McQueen of Santa Fe and Republican Sen. Mark Moores of Albuquerque responds to a string of high profile corruption cases against New Mexico elected officials.

Women's marches organizers hope to keep building momentum

The group Tewa Women United addresses the crowd during the women's march in Santa Fe, N.M., Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018. Idaho state Rep. Paulette Jordan speaks during a women's march rally Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018, in Las Vegas.

As state and federal agencies fight over pre-K students, funds and children get lost

Students Ava Collazo and Genesis Villegas scoop seeds from a pumpkin as part of a class project at the Anthony Elementary "On Track" pre-K program. The Gadsden Independent School District serves 500 4-year-olds in southern DoA a Ana county.

Memories of flu epidemic linger in Santa Fe

This year marks the 100th anniversary the influenza pandemic of 1918, known as the Spanish flu, that killed one out of every 20 people in the world and over 1,000 people in New Mexico. As the flu swept across the country, officials in New Mexico tried to minimize the threat, thinking it might damage the booming tuberculosis sanatorium industry, which had enticed thousands of eastern Anglos to move to the state, according to a 2016 book, Chasing the Cure in New Mexico: Tuberculosis and the Quest for Health by Nancy Owen Lewis.

Proposed bill seeks to give taxpayer-funded Spaceport a route to keeping secret records

SANTA FE, N.M. Lawmakers are considering carving out a space in New Mexico's open record laws that would allow Spaceport America to keep information secret. According to the Santa Fe New Mexican, that information would relate to companies or government agencies that are launching rockets from the Spaceport.

Ex-AG criticized for quitting Interior Department advisory board

Last week's resignation of 10 out of 12 members of a U.S. Interior Department advisory board in protest of actions by Secretary Ryan Zinke and the policies of President Donald Trump involved two men with deep ties to New Mexico politics. But the men are on opposite sides of the controversy, in which the former members of the National Park Service Advisory Board say the Interior Department has shut them out of the policymaking process and agency officials have fired back, accusing the board of ignoring ethics failures that occurred on their watch.

Parks plan calls for growing staff to better maintain city's green spaces

Danny Griego, a maintenance worker with the city's Parks Division, cleans clippings Friday at Monsignor Patrick Smith Park. Luis SA nchez Saturno/The New Mexican Danny Griego, a maintenance worker with the city's Parks Division, cleans clippings Friday at Monsignor Patrick Smith Park.

New Executive Director named at Tacoma Art Museum

Tacoma Art Museum welcomes David Setford as its new Executive Director. Setford brings over 30 years of experience in museums and other arts organizations in the United States and the United Kingdom as a curator, director/administrator, and fundraiser.

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