The North Pole puts out a lot of resources to track Santa Claus and to answer questions about Christmas, Santa, Elves and life at the North Pole.
Santa’s story is called Operation Merry Christmas – a year-long effort to being Christmas to the world. Each year is a new story. We love to watch them tell it – direct from the North Pole.
Below are resources MyMerryChristmas.com helps Santa to produce so that the commercial-free message of his mission and the story of his Christmas adventure gets told every year. Our connection with the North Pole is at the very heart of our founding back in 1991.
This is the same map on the big screen at North Pole Flight Command. It shows in real time exactly where Santa’s Sleigh is performing test flight maneuvers. The bouncing marker shows the current location of the test flight. On Christmas Eve this same map is used to show Santa’s position:
- Regional Tracking Centers To Be Named Soonby Elf Meg Nogg on March 12, 2021 at 11:09 pm
Everything is happening faster at the North Pole this year – even the scouting and the naming of Regional Tracking Centers. In every service sector North Pole Flight Command sets up a regional tracking center. These tracking centers are basically […]
- Only 300 Days Until Santa Launchesby Elf Meg Nogg on February 26, 2021 at 5:10 pm
Elf Max just shared via SantaUpdate.com that the countdown to Santa’s launch just reached the 300-day mark. What does that mean here in Flight Command? Well, there’s two things really going on right now here: the design phase of Santa’s new […]
- Bedtime Advisory for Pacificby Elf Ernest on December 25, 2020 at 6:00 am
Santa has issued bedtime advisories for all the following locations: – All areas east of the International Dateline.
- Santa Names His Starting Team of Reindeerby SantaUpdate.com on December 22, 2020 at 4:30 pm
Santa Claus, by tradition on this date each year, has named his starting team of nine reindeer. They are, as expected: Rudolph Dasher Dancer Prancer Vixen Comet Cupid Donner Blitzen All of Santa’s reindeer are healthy and ready to go. Rudolph […]
- Rudolph Has a New Noseby SantaUpdate.com on December 21, 2020 at 11:45 pm
Rudolph has a new nose. Sources at North Pole Flight Command told North Pole Radio news in an exclusive report that Rudolph had surgery to install a new halogen lamp in his nose. The procedure was successfully completed more than a week ago and […]
- Scouts Dispatched from the North Poleby SantaUpdate.com on December 21, 2020 at 9:55 am
Santa’s scouts have been dispatched from the North Pole after a weekend of meetings and instruction. These special elves are different from the Tracker Elves you read about at SantaTrackers.net. These are a special team of experienced elves who […]
- Santa Gives Elves the Day Offby SantaUpdate.com on December 20, 2020 at 7:05 am
Santa gave all of his elves the day off today at the North Pole. The final Sunday before Christmas is one where Santa gathers with elves and their families at the North Pole Chapel for a Christmas devotional. That tradition continues here this year […]
- Another Snowy Christmas Eve Forecastby SantaUpdate.com on December 19, 2020 at 7:42 am
Another snowy Christmas Eve is forecast for the North Pole, according to Elf Seymour Snow in the Weather department at North Pole Flight Command. As noted by Elf Frank Myrrh in the North Pole Radio News Report in the player below, today is the 57th […]
- New Struggles at the North Pole Post Officeby SantaUpdate.com on December 18, 2020 at 7:16 pm
New struggles have emerged at the North Pole Post Office in just the past couple of days since our last radio report from there. Elf Hugo says the volume of mail and messages for Santa especially have nearly doubled in just the past two days. We […]
- North Pole Chat Very Active with a Week to Goby SantaUpdate.com on December 17, 2020 at 6:47 pm
North Pole chat will remain very active even though Christmas Eve is just a week away. In fact, Santa’s final chats before Christmas are on the North Pole Chat Calendar so you can plan now. Santa will be in chat later today and again, for the […]
- Santa’s Workshop Production Looks On Targetby SantaUpdate.com on December 16, 2020 at 7:26 am
Santa’s workshop appears to be performing well this year. That is great news. For the last several years the workshop has been plagued by delays that saw crews there working even after Santa left the North Pole. It appears the North Pole travel […]
- Flight Command Goes to 24 Hour Operationby SantaUpdate.com on December 14, 2020 at 9:37 pm
North Pole Flight Command is now operating 24-hours per day. In addition, they have now switched on live tracking telemetry from the test flight of Santa’s sleigh and they are actively testing those systems. “This is totally normal at this point […]
- Record Numbers Signing Up to Become Tracker Elvesby SantaUpdate.com on December 13, 2020 at 9:18 pm
Record numbers of people are signing up to become tracker elves this year. That means they will be tracking Santa for Santa with the North Pole this year. During Christmas-in-July Santa set the goal for 40 million tracker elves for 2020, up from […]
Santa and his team at the North Pole have their own website at SantaUpdate.com.
But they have given us these features and we have remained close friends with all those at the North Pole for many years.
They tell an incredible story each year. We are privileged to be a part of it. We believe in Santa. He is a giver.
That means he doesn’t sell anything or push products or ads on people. You won’t see advertisements tied to what we do with Santa on our pages because these pages come from Santa himself. Those are his terms.
If we want the news about Santa, the North Pole, the elves and everything that goes with all of it we have to serve it just the way he wants. He gives it to us, so we give it to you. That’s the deal. So read on.
MyMerryChristmas.com is proud to support those efforts year round as a certified Santa Tracker Group by North Pole Flight Command.