Santa Fe Public Schools and local government offices and services in Santa Fe are implementing a weather-related two-hour delay Monday, Feb. 25. Driving conditions were severe on Interstate 25 between Cochiti and Pecos and along N.M. 599 on Monday morning, the state Department of Transportation
Classes at Santa Fe Public Schools will start two hours later than usual and buses will run two hours after the scheduled time. Municipal Court, all city offices, recreation centers and libraries will open at 10 a.m. Monday. Santa Fe County is also on a two-hour delay, according to its website. First Judicial District Court is following the same schedule.
City road crews have been working since late Sunday night to clear roads in high-priority areas,
said a city press release. Driving conditions were classified Monday morning as "difficult" on St. Francis Drive and Cerrillos Road, both maintained by the state.
For updates or more information, visit the district's website
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