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Home to great folks, rich culture and beautiful views, Eldorado at Santa Fe is a community of 2650 homes situated at the foot of the Sangre de Cristo mountains, approximately 25 minutes from the Santa Fe Plaza.

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Burn Ban

Santa Fe County Firework Ban in Effect

Santa Fe county has declared a a county wide burn  ban.  The ban prohibits

  • Open fires of any kind;
  • Open burning of vegetation or rubbish;
  • Littering on public roadways/areas with ignited smoking materials;
  • Campfires;
  • Smoking within a County park campground or any wild land area, except within an enclosed vehicle or in a building which is specifically authorized for such and is exempt from the NM No Smoking in Public Facilities Act;
  • Use of off-road vehicles, motor bikes, or other motorized apparatus within county parks, campgrounds and wild land areas;
  • The issuance of licenses or permits for open burning of any kind.

For more information visit http://www.santafecountynm.gov/fire/fire_prevention/open_burn_restrictions

Greenbelt Trail Work this year in Eldorado

    Greenbelt Trail Pilot Project Notice             August 18th, 2014

The Eldorado Community Improvement Association (ECIA) and the ECIA Conservation Committee has been tasked to examine and improve existing green belt trails in an effort to make these trails user friendly for our older and younger residents. The Conservation Committee decided the accepted standard for multiple use trail design would achieve the primary goals of easier and continued erosion maintenance, a non-technical safer tread for more users, efficient access for fire prevention apparatus, and a much improved scenic aesthetic for hikers and cyclists. 


The Pueblo Canyon Greenbelt was chosen for a 2.3 mile community pilot project loop this year.  Grading, grooming, and reseeding are almost completed except for the last 6/10th mile.  The Santa Fe County Fire Inspector and County development officials are reviewing our current upgrades, before assigning the required Santa Fe County Development permit to finish the pilot loop. 


The Committee has made every effort to keep the new trail design as close as possible to the existing trail, while ensuring that it is built in as sustainable a design as possible.  The final proposed tread has been flagged with red, orange and yellow flags and is detailed in the map below.


We invite neighbors and all El Dorado residents to explore the pilot project loop to view, compare the difference between the old and new path, and respond to the ECIA, 466-4248 with comments or suggestions. Further information on this project can be found at http://eldoradosf.org/index.php/Page-3.html.  


Additionally, the Rail Trail Steward will be conducting guided walks along this new trail and he will be explaining the multi-use trail design philosophy as well as describing the many erosion control features that have been installed.  These guided talks will take place at 9 AM on both Saturday August 23rd and Sunday August 24th.  Interested residents should meet at the rail trail parking area on Vista Grande.   Please call the ECIA at466-4248 if you wish to attend either of these walks.


 Thank you, 

The ECIA Conservation Committee

Stable Available

Contact the ECIA office at 466-4248 for more information.

What's Happening in Your Neighborhood?

The minutes of the ECIA Board and Architecture Committee are great resources for learning about what's happening in Eldorado.

Read them here:

Board Minutes

Architectural Committee Minutes

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