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Government Affairs

The Santa Fe Association of REALTORS® encourages members and the public to be actively engaged in local government by working to protect private property rights. SFAR has adopted Guiding Principles to guide its public policy actions. Whether you are a Realtor member, Affiliate member, local homeowner, part-time resident, or member of the public, we hope you will use the information provided to take action on local issues.

For legislative information for the New Mexico Association of Realtors (NMAR) and National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) which includes information on NMAR's State Political Coordinator Program and Federal Issues Information Center click on the links.

For information from the City of Santa Fe and Santa Fe County  which includes information on Elected Officials, Upcoming Elections, Public Meeting schedules, and important Water and Fire information, click on the links.

The 2020 Government Affairs Committee works to keep you abreast of the many issues that affect our private property rights.  Listed below are a number of local issues, laws and projects of importance to Realtors® and their customers:

St. Michael's Drive Project January 2020

Affordable Housing Background January 2020

City of Santa Fe

County of Santa Fe

  • Aamodt Settlement
  • Affordable Housing Programs
  • Community Plans
    • The Community Planning process utilizes community knowledge and leadership as a mechanism to design land use plans specific to an unincorporated community area. After approval by the Board of County Commissioners (BCC), community plans constitute an amendment to the SGMP for the specified geographic area. The BCC has adopted Community, District and Corridor Plans and ordinances for communities throughout Santa Fe County.  These plans and ordinances have been developed in accordance with the Sustainable Land Development Code (SLDC) in coordination with planning committees and community members to create plans that serve as a guide for future development, land use, community facilities, projects and programs for the specific community.  Here’s a list of existing community plans:  San Marcos; La Bajada; Tesuque; Galisteo; Los Cerrillos; Madrid: San Pedro; La Cienega and La Cieneguilla; El  Valle de Arroyo Seco; U.S. 285 South Highway Corridor; Tres Arroyos del Poniente; Village of Agua Fria; Pojoaque Valle; and Chimayo.  Click community plans to access the individual plans.
  • Pueblo Settlement Agreements
  • Sustainable Land Use Code

National Association of REALTORS® Hot Topics  The National Association of REALTORS® offers information to a variety of land use topics and issues.

How to Register to Vote

Do you need to register or help your client who has moved? Individuals can register to vote at the Santa Fe County Courthouse located at 102 Grant Avenue or you can contact the County Clerk’s office at 986-6280 and they will mail a registration form to you. Or stop by the Santa Fe Association of REALTORS® office to register to vote. More information on Registering to Vote