Get up to $200 Prepaid Card*

Get up to $200 Prepaid Card* with select triple play orders

Tap to Call

Enjoy the best On Demand experience, the most WiFi coverage for your home1, and unlimited nationwide talk and text when you switch to XFINITY from Comcast.

Moving to santa fe, new mexico?
Here are some helpful links to get you started.

About: santa fe, new mexico

Located approximately 64 miles northeast of Albuquerque, New Mexico, The Spanish laid out the city according to the "Laws of the Indies," town planning rules and ordinances which had been established in 1573 by King Philip II. The fundamental principle was that the town be laid out around a central plaza. An important style implemented in planning the city was the radiating grid of streets centering from the central Plaza.

Population: 72056
Local Newspapers: Santa Fe New Mexican
Local Sports Teams:
Local Colleges: St. John's College Santa Fe University of Art and Design

Zip Codes associated with santa fe, new mexico: 87501 87505
Towns/Cities near santa fe, new mexico : Espanola Tesuque La Cienega Las Vegas Glorietta White Rock Chimayo

Santa Fe News
Mother accused of second DWI after wreck with child in backseat

Police say they have arrested a Santa Fe mother on her second charge of DWI after finding her passed out and covered in blood in the driver's seat of a crashed van, with her young daughter strapped in a child seat behind her. According to a criminal complaint, the back windows were down in the van as officers arrived early Wednesday morning - a time when temperatures were well below freezing, with lows in the mid-20s - and the child, wearing only thin pajamas, was cold to the touch.

Family in new apartment requests assistance

While her partner has a part-time job, she devotes all of her time to her children, including her youngest son, who suffers from absence seizures. She says they need furnishings, including beds and a kitchen table.

For art's sake: Supporting the Santa Fe Artists Medical Fund

Santa Fe is known as one of the artsiest cities in the United States, with tourists and collectors traveling from all over the world to gallery-hop on Canyon Road and soak up the creative atmosphere in the Railyard. But even though Santa Fe's mystique - and portions of its economy - rely heavily on painters and sculptors, there isn't much of a safety net in place for them.

The Santa Fe Community Farm to produce no more

Donna Clark, who has been volunteering at the Santa Fe Community Farm for 15 years, sprays squash plants to help fight a mildew disease on the leaves. Kerry Sherck/For The New Mexican Freshly harvested turnips at the Santa Fe Community Garden on Sunday June 25, 2017.

Colorado, New Mexico lawmakers alter sex misconduct policies

New Mexico state Reps. Jim Dines, R-Bernalillo, left, and. Kelly Fajardo, R-Belen, attend a meeting of state lawmakers on Friday, Dec. 15, 2017, in Santa Fe, N.M., about proposed revisions to the state Legislature's policy against sexual harassment.

Man accused in stabbing to remain in jail until hearing

A Santa Fe County magistrate on Thursday ordered an Albuquerque man accused of battering a family member to remain behind bars as prosecutors investigate whether he should be held in jail until the outcome of his criminal case. Troy Fontenelle, 29, faces two felony charges of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon and tampering with evidence, as well as a misdemeanor charge of evading arrest, after allegedly stabbing a female relative.

The children prepare: Aspen Santa Fe Ballet's "The Nutcracker"

Gisela Genschow, director the School of Aspen Santa Fe Ballet , rehearsing student dancers; photo Gabriela Campos/The New Mexican Gisela Genschow, director the School of Aspen Santa Fe Ballet , rehearsing student dancers; photo Gabriela Campos/The New Mexican Can a seventeen-year-old feel a sense of nostalgia? Giovanni Echave, who is one of the oldest - and tallest - of the soldiers appearing in Aspen Santa Fe Ballet's The Nutcracker , fondly remembers every part he has danced since he was seven.

New Mexico lawmakers introduce proposed anti-harassment rules

SANTA FE, N.M. With sexual harassment at center stage across the United States, the New Mexico lawmakers have proposed new anti-harassment rules. A group of lawmakers published their first draft of the proposed rules and disciplinary actions today in Santa Fe in response to concerns that sexual harassment has gone unchecked.

Albuquerque baker wins Food Network 'Christmas Cookie Challenge'

Some call Kristin Dowling an artist, but her creations don't last long. Now she's rolling in some extra Christmas dough after her talents earned her some big money and a first-place finish on a popular Food Network show.

S.F. woman tells police intruder entered bedroom as she slept

Santa Fe police are holding a man accused of aggravated burglary and intent to commit a violent felony after a woman said he entered her apartment while she was sleeping in her bedroom, where she woke up when he began pulling the bed covers off her, police reports say. Officers arrested Asaias Menjivar, 21, on Thursday at an apartment complex on Calle Lorca near St. Michael's Drive after a woman called to report the stranger was in her apartment and wouldn't leave.

Advocates say they want a choice in solar companies

A proposed partnership between the city of Santa Fe and Public Service Company of New Mexico to create a solar array that would provide more renewable energy for city-owned facilities should be restructured to give other solar outfits a chance to bid on the deal, solar advocates on Monday told the city Public Works Committee. City councilors on the committee appeared receptive to the roughly 10 people who testified that the resolution, introduced by Mayor Javier Gonzales, does not do enough to determine whether PNM would provide the city with the best possible and most cost effective partnership.

A history of N.M. lieutenant governors

In 1917, Ezequiel Cabeza De Baca died a few weeks into his term as governor. Republican Lt.

Inspector general ballot question advances to council

A proposed ballot question that would ask Santa Fe voters about adding an independent office of the inspector general to the city charter advanced out of the city committee review process Monday at the Public Works Committee. But councilors, who voted 3-1 to endorse the item, still appear lukewarm on the idea.

Downtown cell service relief on the way

Geoff Hunnicutt of Portland, Ore., uses his cellphone in August under the portal on Palace Avenue. Mayor Javier Gonzales proclaimed an 'insufficient telecommunications capacity in the city' had endangered the public and authorized city staff to install temporary telecommunications facilities on city property.

Espa ola man arrested after he shoots friend in right buttock

Police charged an Espanola man with the negligent use of a deadly weapon after he was accused of accidentally shooting a friend in the bottom Sunday night. Dominic Lujan, 18, was arrested early Monday morning, after police found him and the gunshot victim at Christus St. Vincent Regional Medical Center.

Santa Fe man sentenced for crimes committed after drug binge

A 23-year-old Santa Fe man who committed a series of felony crimes while crashing from a methamphetamine-fueled binge received a 10-year prison sentence on Monday. Jude Solis had pleaded guilty in September to snatching a woman's purse in a south-side Starbucks store, stabbing a bystander who tried to stop him, carjacking a getaway vehicle and then leading police on a high-speed chase.

Santa Fe mayor declares emergency over 'non-existent cell service'

Cell service can be pretty bad in parts of New Mexico, including Santa Fe. The problem has apparently gotten so bad that Mayor Javier Gonzales declared a state of emergency.

XFINITY Bundles are available in Santa Fe, New Mexico. You can now bundle your digital TV, high speed Internet and Home Phone services into one package, and enjoy great discounts and the convenience of just one monthly bill. XFINITY offers residents of Santa Fe, New Mexico the chance to save big while enjoying the latest digital home service technology. If you're in the market for Internet, TV and Phone and live in Santa Fe, you can take advantage of XFINITY deals. Search and compare XFINITY offers in Santa Fe and start saving on digital home services today. With XFINITY TV, residents of Santa Fe, New Mexico can access all the latest entertainment, including an extensive On Demand service with thousands of programming options. Catch up on reality TV shows, movie classics and all the latest family-friendly TV entertainment. XFINITY Internet lets you surf and stream the way you want to. Residents of Santa Fe can enjoy buffer-free Internet access and even watch live TV. There are a number of high speed internet packages available. Plus, XFINITY Internet is reliable and secure. XFINITY Home Phone service is a great addition to XFINITY TV and Internet bundles, allowing Santa Fe residents to talk more for less. What's more, XFINITY Home Phone comes with unlimited nationwide text, a feature that saves you money on cell phone messaging. When you bundle all three digital home services, you enjoy bigger savings and all the benefits of XFINITY TV, Internet and Phone.

XFINITY High Speed Internet service is available in Santa Fe, New Mexico. With XFINITY Internet it's more affordable than ever before to stay connected, surf, stream and game without breaking the bank or worrying about Internet Security. Residents of Santa Fe, New Mexico can sign up for XFINITY Internet and enjoy fast speeds, big savings and the comfort of Internet Security software. What's more, XFINITY High Speed Internet service enables Santa Fe residents to select the Internet Package that best suits their needs. Whether you and your family simply require a basic connection to surf the web and check email, or you like to stream, game and watch TV online, XFINITY Internet service has the package for you. Plus, With the freedom to choose a great Internet package and the peace of mind of knowing that your connection is secure, XFINITY Internet offers Santa Fe a great Internet product, for less.

Entertainment for less from XFINITY TV is available in Santa Fe, New Mexico. XFINITY TV packages bring Santa Fe residents all the latest shows, sports and hit movies, directly to their own home. Gone are the days when you wait weeks if you miss an episode of your favorite series, or you can't find anything to watch - XFINITY TV has a wide selection of programming for the whole family, as well as an extensive On Demand service with thousands of entertainment options. Whether you enjoy classics, reality TV, blockbuster movies or just want to keep your kids entertained, XFINITY TV service has something for you. Residents of Santa Fe, New Mexico can now pick the XFINITY TV package that meets their entertainment needs, and enjoy advanced technology including TV apps, while saving.