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Select the Best Ideas for Santa Fe’s Midtown Campus

By City of Santa Fe

Santa Fe, NM – More than 400 people signed up to participate in the first phase of the public process to re-imagine the Midtown Campus, and now City staff are asking an even broader public audience for feedback on the ideas, priorities and suggestions generated in that initial stage.

Online and in-person surveys will be conducted February 17th – February 20th. The survey results will serve as guidelines for designers, planners, and architects who will present the city with representations and strategies of what the space could be.

Throughout the process, the city will continue to reach out to its diverse community. This is an opportunity for Santa Feans to voice their point of view and help shape the city landscape as well as the social and economic impact of the Midtown Campus on Santa Fe’s future.

After the surveys are collected, there will be a Visioning and Evaluation phase:

· Visioning (2/22 to 4/9): five teams of architect, landscaped designer and designers will develop concepts and may engage with residents to refine their ideas.

· Evaluation (4/10 to 5/1): residents will be invited to comment, improve and vote on their favorite ideas, concepts and visions from the five teams. This will be done online as well as in-person at three locations in the center and south side of the city to encourage maximum participation.

We will continue to update residents on the Midtown Campus Project at the city of Santa Fe’s website. Our goal is to create a strategic vision for the property that will be used by the city and any of its partners to improve, develop and otherwise evolve the property.

To participate in the survey starting 2/17, please go to: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MidtownCampus

The survey is also available in Spanish at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MidtownCampus-S

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