The funding will be used to assist in humanitarian relief, public health measures and to benefit families and children impacted by school closures.
Beginning today March 16, at 9 a.m. the amended public health order directs that all restaurants, bars, breweries, eateries and other food establishments shall operate at no greater than 50 percent of maximum occupancy and no greater than 50 percent of seating capacity.
Where possible, please consider paying your bill by postal mail, by phone or on our website (www.nmgco.com) at the “My Account” tab at the top of the page.
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham announced Friday that New Mexico K-12 public schools will close for three weeks, effective Monday, March 16, to mitigate the risk of community spread of COVID-19.
"Increasing prices on necessities like medical supplies, hand sanitizer, masks, and other items because our citizens are in fear of the coronavirus is simply unconscionable," said Balderas.
Santa Fe County will remain open for business. We ask that our residents work with us to reduce face-to-face interactions as much as possible during this public health crisis.
UNM-Los Alamos, in coordination with UNM, will not conduct face-to-face classes during the period from March 14 - April 5, 2020. This will extend the "spring break" period by two weeks.
Showers and thunderstorms will increase over far southwestern and south central New Mexico late today. Temperatures will generally be a few to several degrees above average with mostly cloudy skies. Courtesy/NWS
Due to growing concerns among tribal nations and communities regarding the spread of the COVID-19 virus, NCAI has decided to postpone its “Water Policy and Food Sovereignty” symposium, slated for Friday, April 3 in Phoenix, Arizona.
Only team members, officials, and essential facility and tournament workers will be allowed in the buildings. Members of the media will not be allowed entrance to either facility.
ORDER DECLARING A STATE OF PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY AND INVOKING THE POWERS PROVIDED BY THE ALL HAZARD EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT ACT AND THE EMERGENCY LICENSING ACT.