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This webpage is intended to provide information regarding the County's general obligation bond questions (Bond Questions) that will be included on Santa Fe County voters' November general election ballot.

  • General obligation bonds fund critical infrastructure throughout the County in the areas of roads, water and wastewater, and open space, trails and parks. 
  • General obligation bond projects are selected to benefit a broad range of community needs and are leveraged with additional County funds to ensure successful implementation. 
  • Approval of the Bond Questions will not increase property taxes.

On August 9, 2022, the Santa Fe County (County) Board of County Commissioners (Board) adopted Resolution No. 2022-063, which authorized the placement of three Bond Questions on the November 8, 2022, general election ballot. The three Bond Questions ask County voters if they would like to fund up to $25 million in capital infrastructure projects in the following areas:

        · Roads ($13 million);
        · Water and Wastewater ($7 million); and
        · Open Space, Trails and Parks ($5 million)

If voters approve the $25 million in bond questions, property owners will not see an increase to their property taxes.

The Santa Fe County Board of County Commissioners respectfully encourages all Santa Fe County residents to educate themselves about the Bond Questions and be sure to vote on November 8, 2022. If you have any questions regarding the Bond Questions, please contact Deputy County Manager Leandro Cordova at 505-986-6200.

Please visit the County Clerk's Election webpage for more information on the general election. 

 

 

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