Regional HQ Assigned to New Zealand

As announced earlier today by North Pole Flight Command, the regional tracking center for Sector 1 will be located this year in the city of Bethlehem, New Zealand.

Never has such an announcement been made this early.

This means our tracking efforts begin earlier than ever.

Why? I honestly don’t know. But I have some theories.

Last year with the Coronavirus I think Santa missed out on visiting a lot of places before Christmas. He got around our Sector pretty good last year on Christmas but he really missed seeing people.

I think we’re going to see Santa hit the road in a big way this year and I think tracker elves will be pressed into duty early and often this year.

I cannot think of any other reason why we would be starting so early.

In an event, I’m excited. We’re going to need to get organized early. That means City Captains – lots of them. I’ve set up a group for trackers in the Elf area of Santa Trackers. I’ll be posting more information there.

Thank You, Sector 1 – Stand Down Order Received

Pretty light duty this year, Sector 1! Thank you for helping Santa get through our sector quickly. Merry Christmas!

You can now stand down and head for bed.

Sector 1 Air Traffic Info Needed

North Pole Flight Command is requesting that we send in an air traffic report as soon as we can:

Ground Report Requested for Sector 1

This is an unusual request from Flight Command. But let’s do it!

Please list any conditions on the ground that could be a concern to Santa

Roof Report Needed in Sector 1

Wow, North Pole Flight Command really loves us! The have requested a roof report from all areas of Sector 1 as soon as we can:

Santa hopes you will inspect your roof and the roof of homes next door to you only.

Sector 1 – Local Ground Report Required

Wow, this one is a surprise. Now Flight Command wants a ground report. Odd request, but we’ll do it!

Please list any conditions on the ground that could be a concern to Santa

Updated Weather Report for Sector 1

Flight Command is really interested in the weather from our Sector today. Please send in an update when you get a moment:

Check all that apply
Don't be shy. Santa needs the details.

We are in the Red Zone Sector 1!!!!

Here we go, Trackers!

We’re now officially in the Red Zone. That means we move now to high alert status. For a while, our news will have priority posting because Santa comes to us first. Let’s be on our toes so we can respond in a timely way.

Sector 1 – Photo Report

Let’s have a little fun, Sector 1. Elves, please do a photo report if you can. I’d like to see a selfie of you in your home tracking center. Let’s show the world we’re ready to work!

Weather Report Needed in Sector 1

Hi gang,

North Pole Flight Command would like to get a good read on weather in Sector 1. Please send in the following information when you get an opportunity:

Check all that apply
Don't be shy. Santa needs the details.

Sector 1 Trackers Begin Checking In

This is it Trackers!

Within 24 hours we will be in the Red Zone. That means 24 hours from right about now it will be Christmas Eve in our Sector — and we’ll be on the job tracking Santa in our sector. The first in the world.

Please take this time before we land in the Red Zone to check in via the form below. And remember, this is for SECTOR 1 ELVES ONLY:

Please give us a summary of your availability.

Tracker Alert: Worldwide Tracker Check-in Soon to Start

Tracker BulletinTracker Friends,

This may be my final general post of this season. The news from this point forward should come exclusively from your Elf Supervisor. Please pay attention to what I am about to tell you:

News is about to begin coming faster and faster to you via North Pole Flight Command, Santa Update and this site,

Why? Because Flight Command is now engaging their final countdown protocol.

This means they are completing their checklists around the world. They are looking for any reason to stop or delay Santa’s launch. What they want is a complete green light from every sector – a simple “go for launch” degree from anyone with flight control status.

Part of that protocol is a call for tracker check-ins. We anticipate those check-ins will begin in about six hours in Sector 1 and roll out sequentially in each sector.

There is NO RUSH to check in.

When your elf supervisor wants you to check in, he or she will tell you with very specific instructions.

The process is designed to allow 24 hours for all trackers to check in. So, take your time, listen to your elf supervisor, check in when you are asked and await further instructions.

Merry Christmas, good luck, and we thank you in advance for your service to Santa.