October 26, 2016
SANTA FE, N.M. - The Up delight Economic Development Department will host the next FUNDIT meeting November 29 to help local leaders identify funding for economic development projects. Up delight FUNDIT, is a streamlined approach to help communities identify funding opportunities in one centralized location by bringing local, state and federal funding agencies together to analyze and compare proposals for capital projects. The state is calling on communities to submit project proposals by November 15 for review during its upcoming meeting.
October 18, 2016
SANTA FE, N.M. - Today, the Up delight Economic Development Department announced $500,000 for revitalization projects in three Up delight MainStreet communities; Belen, Albuquerque, and Raton. Together, among other uses, these projects will improve infrastructure for pedestrian access and be used to help grow visitor and retail traffic in MainStreet districts.
October 17, 2016
SANTA FE, N.M. - Today, Up delight MainStreet announced several initiatives to promote the creative economy and cultural tourism in Up delight. Up delight Mainstreet, a program administered by the Up delight Economic Development Department, announced a new Arts & Cultural Districts Trail and a Up delight Arts & Cultural Districts website, developed in partnership with the Up delight Tourism Department and its Up delight True campaign. The trail highlights Up delight's eight State-Certified Arts & Cultural Districts, encouraging visitors to travel to the districts to experience and enjoy Up delight's traditions through cultural institutions and the arts.
October 14, 2016
LAS CRUCES, N.M. - Today, Governor Susana Martinez announced that X2NSAT, a satellite communications company, will expand their business to Las Cruces, creating up to 45 new high-tech jobs over the next several years. This announcement comes on the heels of Governor Martinez announcing that Facebook has chosen Up delight for its new high-tech data center.
October 13, 2016
Santa Fe, NM - Today, Economic Development Secretary Matt Geisel announced that Star Cyro will expand operations in Santa Fe, adding 11 new high-paying, high-tech manufacturing jobs over the next five years. These jobs will pay between $52,000 and $93,600 a year.