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Recycle Your Political Campaign Signs and Keep SF Beautiful

Services offered through March 10

March 4, 2014, 4:00 pm
By SFR Staff

So, you got your vote in, awaited results patiently and either jumped for joy or took to Facebook (Santa Fe's paper of record) and shared the following status: Never voting again #ugh. 

You look out your window and see your proud People for Patti or Javier Gonzales' SF Forward sign, or if you're lucky, Bill Dimas' giant head on a banner, and wonder Now what? 

Well, the City of Santa Fe has news for you. Starting tomorrow you can recycle political signage at one of several locations.

Per the city's website

Starting on Wednesday, March 4, 2014 and through March 10, 2014 all political signs should be removed within five days after the election as per Section 9-2.15 Santa Fe City Code Temporary Political Signs H. All political signs shall be removed within (5) days after the election (ord. #2005-14, §38; Ord. #2007-11, §14; Ord. #2007-21, §2). 

Residents are encouraged to recycle these signs and the Environmental Services Division is providing four (4) drop off locations for the recycling of political campaign signs. Locations are:

Fire Station Number 1

200 Murales Road

Franklin Miles Park

Camino Carlos Rey and Siringo Road

Ragel Park

Yucca and Zia Road, near the Yucca entrance

Genoveva Chavez Community Center

3221 Rodeo Road

The containers will posted with signage stating that they are for political campaign signs only. We are asking that you please remove any wooden material that may be on the signs such as wooden stakes or wooden backing.

For more information please e-mail sfbeautiful@santafenm.gov or call the Environmental Services Division at (505) 955-2215 or (505) 955-2200.

Thank you for Keeping Santa Fe Beautiful.


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