Federal Opportunity Zones in Santa Fe Information & Update
County Passes Pueblo Land Road Access Agreements
According to the Santa Fe New Mexican on January 30, 2018, Santa Fe County Commissioners unanimously approved settlements with four Northern New Mexico pueblos that establish rights of way for certain roadways through the year 2216, finalizing months of negotiations over long-standing access disputes that have bedeviled Pojoaque Basin property owners and threatened to leave funding for a planned regional water system in limbo. The individual deals with the pueblos of Nambe, Pojoaque, San Ildefonso and Tesuque establish the rights of way for some 34 miles of county-maintained roads that run through tribal land, which the Bureau of Indian Affairs in 2013 asserted were in trespass. A copy of the County Resolution 2018-13 is attached that contains the resolution followed by all of the four agreements. Click here.
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The 2018 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:
City of Santa Fe
- City of Santa Fe Affordable Housing Programs
- Green Building Code
- Green Remodeling Code
- Short Term Rental Control
County of Santa Fe
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