Government services in Espanola, NM

Find government services in Espanola, NM. Listings include Tewa Women United, Espanola Police Department, Rio Arriba Sheriff's Office - RASO Offical, Española Valley Fiesta, The City of Española and Leo Jaramillo Rio Arriba County Commissioner Dist. 2. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

  • 01/14/21
    Not all rivers and streams are protected under the Trump administration’s new definition of “water.” https://youtu.be/ArffMWtdu-s
    > Tewa Women United
  • 01/08/21
    IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 7, 2021 State offers call center support for vaccine registration New option on Department of Health hotline SANTA FE – The New Mexico Department of Health today anno...
    > The City of Española
  • 01/06/21
    PSA Water Service has been shut off from the Oñate Bridge headed south due to repairs on a PRESSURE RELEASE VALVE. This will affect some businesses to include Stop & Eat. Crews are working diligently...
    > The City of Española
  • 01/06/21
    We're happy to welcome Kevin Beltran to our team to help with advancing policy and change-making strategies, particularly during the upcoming New Mexico state legislative session which begins on Janua...
    > Tewa Women United
  • 01/05/21
    ACTION ALERT Oak Flat is Apache holy ground. The Trump administration is turning over Oak Flat (in southeast Arizona) to mining giant Rio Tinto 5 days before Biden takes office, on January 15. This d...
    > Tewa Women United
  • 01/05/21
    A reminder: our office is closed until January 11 as our staff continue their much deserved holiday break. We'll be back up to full speed after the 11th!
    > Tewa Women United
  • 01/04/21
    January is National Stalking Awareness, Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery Prevention Month. Statement from the National Indigenous Women's Resource Center: "The National Indigenous Women’s Resourc...
    > Tewa Women United
  • 01/02/21
    Fighting the good fight... “...People need to take the precautions necessary to protect themselves, as well as the lands and the waters, and do what our ancestors taught us. We’re obligated to the la...
    > Tewa Women United
  • 12/31/20
    Reasons to Give Today... Fierce Advocacy TWU has always engaged in impacting policy and developing multi-disciplinary teams in response to concerns in our Tewa homelands. You can count on us to be a ...
    > Tewa Women United
  • 12/31/20
    Reasons to Give Today.... Since its founding in 1989, Tewa Women United has built a long history of well-respected, holistic, community-based work that gets results. Some of these achievements includ...
    > Tewa Women United
  • 12/30/20
    “Working from the premise that Indigenous women have ancestral knowledge that embeds resilience and love into their work, Tewa Women United not only addresses intergenerational trauma, it centers inte...
    > Tewa Women United
  • 12/29/20
    On December 27, a Diné relative was terrorized by two National Park Service rangers at the Petroglyph National Monument in Tiwa Territory. Pueblo Action Alliance has put together this account of the i...
    > Tewa Women United
  • 12/29/20
    Deb Haaland's nomination to the position of Secretary of the Interior is extraordinary for many reasons, and particularly significant to Native communities. Some reflections from Dr. Corrine Sanchez a...
    > Tewa Women United
  • 12/27/20
    A look back at a year that has called us to practice one of our core values: Seegi Ma Vay Yi: Loving, caring responsibility for self and other. Learn more about our work and donate to support Tewa Wo...
    > Tewa Women United