The City of Roswell is working with a landscape-architecture design company to further develop the city’s plan to establish and enhance wayfinding signage. Roswell citizens are encouraged to be part of this important process by contributing their input through a survey. Complete the survey...
City maintenance and streets crews are out in the City's roadways repairing or improving our infrastructure and they rely on citizens to keep them safe. Drive safely through work zones this week and every week!
The city is hiring for multiple positions. Don't miss out and join our team. The city has steady pay, benefits and more! View vacancies...
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The City is now hiring for multiple positions! Looking for a place with career advancement, steady pay and great benefits? We could be the right fit for you! Visit our employment page to learn more.
Money Matters: Lodgers' Tax
Director of Administrative Service Juan Fuentes sits down to discuss lodgers' tax. Lodgers’ tax is a 5-percent tax paid by customers of hotels, motels and other lodging establishments. State law allows municipalities to collect this tax through lodging businesses. The revenue from this tax is used on tourism-related promotion of the city and for expenses related to tourism events and certain facilities. Learn more in this video.
Roswell is home to 48,754 people (as of 2015) and centrally located in the Pecos Valley, nestled below the most southern outskirts of the Rocky Mountains, and serves as the hub of Southeastern New Mexico. Watch the video tour and learn about Roswell. Watch Videos
This survey is an opportunity for Roswell residents and business owners to tell the city how it is doing in taking care of the needs of the community. All citizens are asked to contribute their thoughts by completing the survey. Complete the Survey