Alley Cantina
Pueblo de los Suenos
The Alley Cantina, near Historic Taos Plaza, contains the oldest existing structure in Taos.
Pueblo de los Suenos, on Kit Carson Road, is a more recent addition to Taos' architectural scene.

We have established this web site to keep the community informed about planning activities here in the Taos Valley,
and to provide a way for residents, and other interested folks, to comment on those plans. 

Additional information may be found at both the Town and County planning departments.

"I am so proud that the Senate just passed a landmark package of bipartisan legislation that I have championed to protect our public lands,
create new outdoor recreation opportunities, and build on the success of our nation's most effective conservation programs."  Senator Martin Henrich, Feb. 12, 2019

Read the rest of Martin's letter here.

These are the major planning efforts planned and/or underway in the Taos area (click on plan to see details):

Recent articles from the Taos News:

Taos County OKs $500K to help restart local detox
By Cody Hooks
The Taos News, 7 Mar 2019

The New Mexico energy plan doesn’t go nearly far enough
By Suzie Schwartz
The Taos News, 7 Mar 2019
Renewable energy bill headed to Senate
By Steve Terrell
The Taos News, 7 Mar 2019

Taos Canyon fire substation will help homeowners
Volunteer fire district eyes spring opening   

By Cody Hooks
The Taos News, 28 Feb 2019

U.S. Senate approves permanent money for conservation fund
By Rebecca Moss
The Taos News, 21 Feb 2019

Taking care of Taos trees helps community flourish
By Staci Matlock
The Taos News, 21 Feb 2019

Taos County Commission postpones action on ‘Second Amendment Sanctuary’
By John Miller
The Taos News, 21 Feb 2019

House passes bill to draw more state funds for pre-K
By Robert Nott
The Taos News, 21 Feb 2019

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