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The Community

Nestled at an altitude of 7,000 feet in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Santa Fe with a population of 68,000 is the oldest continuously inhabited capital city of the 50 states. This sense of history, along with its multicultural heritage of Native American, Hispanic, and Northern European, unique adobe architecture, and four-season climate with predominately blue skies and sunny weather, makes the city an increasingly appealing site to begin one’s career.

The world-renowned Santa Fe Opera highlights a performance-packed summer of cultural events. The Santa Fe Ski Basin, just minutes from downtown, caters to winter sports enthusiasts.  Each season provides an invigorating selection of outdoor sports and recreation. Above all, visitors to Santa Fe and the surrounding areas in northern New Mexico usually comment that this place possesses a special spiritual aura that catches the soul of the visitor and does not let go.

City at a Glance

  • Adobe Style
  • Climate and Geography
  • Outdoors at Hand
  • Historic Landmarks