See Sandoval Virtually
Enjoy the wealth of natural beauty of Sandoval County, New Mexico. We invite you to peruse our virtual library of local wonders!
Sandoval County. Home to nearly 3,700 square miles of culture, tradition and expansion. From the 4oo-year old promise of the Las Fiesta de San Lorenzo, to the awe inspiring traditions of the Jemez Native Americans - our historical roots run deep and true. .#NewMexicoTRUE
This rural village sits on the banks of the Rio Grande, nestled tightly between the first and third largest cities in New Mexico. Despite the metropolis surrounding it Corrales maintains a lifestyle that is slower and quieter. And the attributes of a small farming community still thrive, with a popular growers market, horseback riding, and quaint village shops and restaurants. #NewMexicoTRUE
This national monument offers a relatively easy hike to a surprisingly stunning overlook. The tent rocks are cones of volcanic material worn into their unusual shapes over eons. And the trip to the top includes a slot canyon and multiple stops you will have to make to pull out your camera. #NewMexicoTRUE
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American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Funding
Sandoval County currently has $1 million of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding, which can be used to address the negative economic impacts caused by the public health emergency. Grants will first be prioritized to those businesses that did not receive County CARES Act Funds due to unavailability of funds or for businesses with costs that exceeded the $20,000 limit set during the county’s last round of CARES Act Continuity Grants. Read Full Article
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Experiences Abound in Sandoval County
Fun for the Entire Family
From historical and cultural sites to unique experiences, Expanses of beautiful wilderness and peaceful lakes. Sandoval County is a Playground of New Mexican wonders.
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