By Santa Fe County
Santa Fe County and the City of Santa Fe in partnership with the World Central Kitchen, Santa Fe Community College, local chefs, Salvation Army, YouthWorks, and Street Food Institute will be expanding meal distribution to more areas of the county. Meals are free of charge and will continue until further notice.
“The County is grateful to be able to serve the residents of Santa Fe by working closely with our amazing partners. Everyone is doing their best to fight COVID-19 and having the opportunity to provide free meals using fresh locally sourced produce, provides a little relief,” said Senior Planner, Lucy Foma. “The most inspiring take-away is that we are a strong and resilient community.”
The County’s meal distribution centers will cover multiple locations around the county, from Edgewood to Espanola. Locations and hours of operation are as follows:
Espanola/La Puebla/Cuartelez/Arroyo Seco/Sombrillo
Abedon Lopez Sr. Community Center
155 A Camino de Quintana, Espanola, SF County
Edgewood Fire Station
1 Municipal Way, Edgewood
La Cienega/La Cieneguilla/La Bajada
I-25 Exit 271
Nambe Community Center
180 A SR 503, Nambe
Meal distribution will comply with all social distancing guidelines issued by the State and there are no qualifications for the free meals or questions asked. Santa Fe County continues to work to promote the health and safety of our residents, and for additional information about the meal distribution, contact Lucy Foma at firstname.lastname@example.org or 505-995-2735. If you are in need of food or other assistance, please contact the CONNECT Network online atwww.santafecountynm.gov/connect or www.santafenm.gov/connect.