We may be apart right now, but we’re still #AllTogetherSantaFe

As we all adjust to a new normal during the COVID-19 outbreak, we’re mobilizing a team across city and county agencies to answer your questions about impacts, resources, programs, ways to cope and connect, and ways to help others who are impacted by health risks and economic disruption due to COVID-19. Working together, we can help each other minimize negative impacts and optimize the timeline to a full recovery from this unprecedented public health crisis.

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The Network

Thank you to the State of New Mexico Department of Health and Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham for their leadership and for establishing an #AllTogetherNM network, which we’re proud to be a part of, to Mayor Alan Webber and our City Council members for so quickly supporting this project, and for all of our community members and organizations in Santa Fe who have tirelessly compiled and shared many of the resources that appear in these pages.


If circumstances related to COVID-19 have resulted in loss of income or extenuating circumstances that make it difficult to get to your job or perform your work, you may be eligible for community, local, state, and/or federal resources to help support you and your family through this public health emergency.


If your restaurant, retail shop, lodging business, gallery, or other small business has been impacted by COVID-19, you may be eligible for assistance from local, state, and federal governments. We’re also compiling lists of innovative ideas from small businesses around the world to help you adapt and keep connected to and serving your customers when it’s no longer business-as-usual.

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If there’s anything we can say for certain about COVID-19, it’s that it has changed our collective way of life and surfaced our common humanity. None of us in Santa Fe is immune to the challenges it has brought us, though many will be impacted more severely and for longer than others. We’ve put together resources and ideas for ways we can all make the most of this difficult situation, find comfort despite its uncertainty, and help each other get through it.


While COVID-19 does not discriminate—it can infect any one of us—it threatens the lives of our seniors, immunocompromised, and medically-fragile community members. There are steps we can take to ensure that this virus infects as few Santa Feans as possible, and to stay physically and mentally healthy ourselves while we wait out the lifecycle of this disease.

Thank you for helping us stay #AllTogetherSantaFe!