Welcome to Eldorado at Santa Fe

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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Mistletoe in Junipers

Now is the time to tend (prune out) the mistletoe parasite that will eventually kill our trees if left to thrive. Learn more about this parasite in the January 2013 Vistas.

Beetle Control

Announcement of Recent Insecticide Use at Community Center

Recently, the ECIA’s tree consultant advised us that the stately old piƱon pines surrounding the Community Center were suffering from a twig beetle infestation. In order to save the trees we were told that a spraying of insecticide needed to be conducted as soon as possible. A bid was solicited and subsequently accepted from Bugman Pest Control to conduct the treatment. A spraying of the pesticide permethrin was done on the morning of Thursday, August 7.

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Resident of the Year: Fred Raznick

In June 1977, Fred and Barbara Raznick brought their family to Santa Fe on a vacation, which they found was a very magical experience. They came back in March 1978 to see if it was still the same and moved here in June.

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Stable Available

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

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