We want you to share your ideas that will help us create a community vision.
What is it about Taos that you love? The connection to heritage? The people? The outdoors? Share it—but don’t forget the WHY. If you love the mountains and recreation, for example, why is that important to you? What personal benefit do you get from them? How does it make your life better?
What are your concerns about our community? About downtown?
What are hopes you have for the future?
All the stories we collect will help us create a set of community value statements. These statements will represent what is most important to the community and serve as the goals for longer term decision making. Please be a part of this important conversation!
The mix of history and hipstery, Hispanos, Anglos, Indians and immigrants, agriculture and snow-making, acequias and condos, centuries and moments. Taos has it all, including a magical landscape with mythology to match!
Taos Mountain, because it welcomes and envelops our cultures in harmony, and the Taos Hum for sending any malevolent souls on their way.
Everything about Taos Pueblo history and culture; I feel
the Turtle Dance feed my soul.
I like the size of the town, even though it is no longer compact. I often see people I know in new places, even though I’m an introvert. There is much good music, theater, dance, and art, and I only expected the art when I moved here.
The traffic is mild in comparison to the big city. People are friendly – everyone waves.
There are three cultures here, although we don’t mix very often.
The air is clean and the climate passable. There are many mountains nearby and plenty of outdoor activities. Taos has provided me with a new challenge in gardening.
Hello – I appreciate your interest in what Taosenos feel about their community.
I am happy to see that Taos still has a small business community. I am concerned that we are losing our local economy as more local money is siphoned to Internet and big box. I would love to see Taos have more employee owned businesses. Mondragon Spain has the most employee owned businesses in the world and have become a model for an alternative to our current system
Taos has the potential to become a hub for regenerative agriculture. This means growing nutrient dense food and restoring our soils. Having a thriving agricultural community will support a healthy and diverse local economy. I see micro dairies, small scale grain growers, cheese makers, etc.
the acequia communities deserve strong protection. In other countries they have been recognized as UNESCO World Heritage areas.
Taos is in an area that offers rich cultural and natural history. Attract people to come here to learn.