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You can review maps associated with the Taos Airport on the Maps page.
The rooms at Civic Center are available for rent during the weekday. They are not open Saturday and Sunday.
Please visit our Meeting Room page for more information regarding reservations.
Please see our Access your Account page to learn more.
Please see our How to Get a Libary Card page to learn more.
Potholes develop when moisture seeps into the pavement, freezes, expands and then thaws. This cycle weakens the pavement. The added weight of vehicular traffic accelerates the problem because it further crumbles the pavement and continues “pop out.”
When spring temperatures warm the pavement, it causes the ice to melt evaporating any water in existing cracks or under the pavement creating air pockets where the ice once was that eventually causes the pavement to break up as vehicles drive over it. Winters of heavy snow or rain coupled with severe freeze-thaw cycles can mean a big pothole season.
The pothole is over excavated and cut to create a straight edge. When the excess asphalt is removed, an adhesive (tack coat) is applied and the new asphalt placed in layers not to exceed 2 inches and compacted with a steel drum roller.
There are several reasons why a newly filled pothole may reopen:
The Town of Taos Public Works Department is responsible for patching potholes on the 44 miles of paved roadways that are owned by the Town of Taos and 13 parking lots within the town proper. The Town is committed to addressing potholes as soon as possible after receiving a report. In addition, any pothole that is reported which is outside of the Town’s responsibility will be reported to the proper authority.
If you encounter a pothole on a Town maintained road you may report it here. For any other road maintenance issues, you may call 575-751-2047. Public Works investigates each report and will schedule repairs as soon as practical.
We are located at 400 Camino de la Placita, in Taos. Our schedule is Mondays through Fridays from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm except on holidays.
Contact the Executive Administrative Assistant at 575-751-2002 or visit the Town Council Page.
The Town of Taos is interested in hearing concerns and suggestions from citizens and businesses. Individuals may address the governing body at Town Council Workshop Meetings, Town Council Regular Meetings during Citizens Forum, public hearings or at any other time via telephone, email or written communication.
If you have documents you want reviewed and/or considered by the Mayor and Council, you may email Francella Garcia or submit them to the Town Clerk's Office located at:400 Camino de la PlacitaTaos, NM 87571
Regular Town Council Meetings of the Town of Taos are held on the second and fourth Tuesday of every month at 4:00 p.m. Workshop Meetings are conducted on Mondays preceding each Regular Town Council Meeting at 4:00 p.m. Meetings will take place at the Town Council Chambers located at 120 Civic Plaza Drive, Taos, New Mexico. Any meetings that falls on an observed holiday or other scheduled closure is held at the same time and place on the next business day or as approved by the Town Council. Special Meetings are scheduled as needed and are also held at the Town Council Chambers unless otherwise noted on the agenda. For more information email Francella Garcia or call the Town Clerk’s Office at (575)751-2004.
All meeting agendas are available on the Town’s website at least 72-hours prior to the meeting. Regular meetings, special meetings and workshop meetings are streamed live and are archived for viewing.
For LIVE STREAMING and to watch previous meetings, click here.
You may view the Town Staff Directory
These resources will provide information about Recreation in Taos:
Please go to the License, Permit & Development Review Applications web page to access the different applications or call Dinah Gonzales at 575-751-2034.
The Treasurer’s Office is the property tax collector for the Taos County, Municipalities, School Districts, Special Districts and the State of New Mexico; and acts as a Fiscal Agent for other agencies within Taos County.
Contact that office by calling 575-737-6340, or visit:
105 Albright StreetSuite FTaos, NM 87571Taos County Treasure's Office Website
Regular Municipal Elections are held the first Tuesday in March of even-numbered years. At the regular municipal elections, the main purpose is to elect the Mayor, Councilmembers and Municipal Judge, although sometimes a question
Regular Municipal Elections are held the first Tuesday in March of even-numbered years. At the regular municipal elections, the main purpose is to elect the Mayor, Councilmembers and Municipal Judge, although sometimes a question may be placed on the regular election ballot. The Town Clerk is statutorily responsible for administering the Municipal Election.
The 2020 Regular Municipal Election will be for the election of:
Two Council Members, for a four year term
The 2022 Regular Municipal Election will be for the election of:
View the local voting requirements.
Register to Vote
For instructions on how to register to vote, please visit the New Mexico Secretary of State Voter Services webpage, linked below:
Link: New Mexico Online Voter Registration
For further information, contact the Town Clerk's office at 575-751-2004 or email Francella Garcia
The proposed budget and budget message, and all supporting schedules shall be a public record in the office of the Finance Director, open to public inspection by any interested citizen. The Finance Director shall cause the proposed budget to be printed or otherwise reproduced and sufficient copies thereof made available for use in all line departments. Interested citizens may obtain a copy of the budget from the Town at a cost to cover the fee for printing or view online.
View the Town of Taos Budget for this year.
Taos Municipal Courts have partnered with CitePayUSA to provide secure online payments.
Make a Taos Municipal Court Online Payment.
Report a stray animal within:
Ancianos is a non-profit organization that provides a variety of services to senior citizens 60 years of age and older, and their spouses, regardless of age in Taos County.
The Program is governed by an 11 member board which is made up of:
View the Ancianos Organization Website.
Visit Utility Billing and review the service forms available. Download required application forms and other important forms. You may also pick up the forms you need by visiting the Utility Billing office located at:Town of Taos Hall400 Camino de la PlacitaTaos, NM 87571
For information about scheduling an event at a Town Park or the Plaza Email Moises Sanchez with the Facilities Department or call 575-770-3419.
The Town of Taos and the Taos Police Department have implemented an online public records request portal. Please submit your request at the following link: Taos NM Public Records Center. This portal assists the Town Clerk’s Office and the Taos Police Department with ensuring the quickest and most efficient response to our citizens.
You can also visit the Office of the Town Clerk located at:
Taos Town Hall400 Camino de la PlacitaTaos, NM 87571Phone: 575-751-2004
The Town of Taos Recycling Center is located at:201 Bertha StreetTaos, NM 87571
For more information, call 575-758-9679 or visit the Town of Taos Recycling Center Page.
Access the Municipal Code Online or visit the Town Clerk's office located at:400 Camino de la PlacitaTaos, NM 87571
Complete an Employment Application (PDF). A completed application may be mailed or hand delivered to:Human ResourcesTown of Taos400 Camino de la PlacitaTaos, NM 87571Phone: 575-751-2009
To learn more about current job opportunities visit our online job posting.
Read about obtaining a Liquor License.
Please visit the New Mexico Alcohol and Gaming Division Link to the New Mexico Alcohol and Gaming Division to apply for a license.
Link: New Mexico Alcohol and Gaming Division License Applications
Learn how to get a Special Dispenser Permit.
Please visit the New Mexico Alcohol and Gaming Division to obtain a special dispenser permit application.
Link: New Mexico Alcohol and Gaming Division Special Dispenser Permit Application
Learn how to get a Public Celebration Permit.
Please visit the New Mexico Alcohol and Gaming Division to obtain a public celebration permit application.
Link: New Mexico Alcohol and Gaming Division Public Celebration Permit Application
To be placed on the Town Council Regular Meeting agenda you must submit this request 11 days prior to the date of the Council Meeting. Regular meetings are held the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month at 4:00 p.m. Please provide the following:
You may submit the request by email to Town Clerk Francella Garcia or bring the request to the Town Clerk's Office located at:400 Camino de la PlacitaTaos, NM 87571(575)751-2004
Upon the approval of your request you will be contacted.
Workshop meetings are conducted on Mondays preceding each Regular Town Council Meeting at 4:00 p.m. The public is encouraged to attend to discuss concerns and ideas to the governing body.