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Santa Fe County to Continue to Provide Services to Residents

By Santa Fe County 

The Public Health Order announced by Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham yesterday, set out enhanced rules for groups of five or more and instructions for all New Mexicans to stay home, in addition it allows for essential functions to continue. Santa Fe County recognizes the necessity of services we provide on a daily basis, and will strive to continue serving the public to the best of our ability. Working within that Order, Santa Fe County will continue to provide essential services to county residents electronically, telephonically, and by appointment, with the following changes taking effect on Friday, March 27, 2020:

  • All Santa Fe County buildings and facilities will be open to the public by appointment only
  • Satellite offices will implement reduced hours with Eldorado continuing to be closed, and Pojoaque and Edgewood open Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 10:00 a.m. to noon

County staff will continue to provide assistance to residents online or via telephone, Public Safety services will continue as an essential function, senior meal delivery will continue in order to take care of our venerable population, transfer stations will remain open, and Public Works activities will continue to serve the county’s needs.

Please help Santa Fe County practice social distancing by contacting the County through ouronline chat or by calling 995-6533, Monday – Friday between 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Thank you for your patience as we all get through the COVID-19 pandemic together.

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