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Wayne Morrell, Director of Planning
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News! Santa Fe Springs Named as 2009 Most Business-Friendly City Info/Video
The City of Santa Fe Springs is 8.7 square miles in size. It is a pro-businesses community which has steadily grown into one of the key industrial cities of Southern California. Approximately 90% of the City is zoned for commercial and industrial use. Its progressive local government practices are designed to avoid red tape while maintaining a safe and productive environment. That is why 3,500 businesses call Santa Fe Springs home and eight out of ten businesses have operated in the community for more than 15 years. Yet, Santa Fe Springs isn't all about business. It is a city with great civic participation and 98 acres of attractive recreation space, at 19 park sites, with miles of green belts.
Location and Transportation
- Equal distances from downtown Los Angeles and Orange County Business Centers
- Easy access to freeway, rail, air, and sea port transportation corridors
- Convenient access to the Pacific Rim markets
Affordable building sites ranging from 1-20 acres are ready for build-to-suit requirements. New buildings with up to 200,000 square feet are available for occupancy at competitive rates. Developed industrial and commercial sites are available for purchase with an average price of $90-170 per square foot. Undeveloped industrial and commercial land site are available for purchase with an average price of $20-$30 per square foot. To learn more about available sites: click here to obtain a list of active real estate brokers or contact the Santa Fe Springs Chamber of Commerce at http://www.sfschamber.com/
The annual valuation of building permits issued for new construction has averaged over $60 Million in the last 10 years.
Taxes & Licenses
Santa Fe Springs has low property taxes. The average business license is $100. Building permits are among the lowest in the County.
- City water systems meet or exceed State and Federal standards for potable and reclaimed water.
- The Santa Fe Springs Fire Department is a Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA) for health/environmental regulation license and inspection ease. The department also maintains a class "2" rating for greater safety and lower insurance rates.
- Community-based policing maintains low crime rates and personalized service.
Active Chamber of Commerce
The Santa Fe Springs Chamber of Commerce and Industrial League, Inc. boasts nearly 1,000 members making it the 7th largest Chamber of Commerce in the Los Angeles County. Contact the Chamber at http://www.sfschamber.com/.
Building Permit Valuations
Sales Tax Revenues
Community Residents - 17,780
Business Residents - 100,000
Available labor force of more than 5 million people in surrounding communities.
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Source: U.S. Weather Bureau
Elevation: Average 130' High 161' Low 65'
Prevailing Wind Direction: NE; Mean Hourly Speed: 9 MPH
Other Important Local Job Training and Business Assistance Resources:
Partners for Progress Work-Source Center (SASSFA)
1040 Pioneer Blvd., Suite 8 & 9
Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670
Phone: (562) 946-2237
Small Business Development Center
The Small Business Development Center is dedicated to providing resources,
knowledge and technical assistance to help business owners and entrepreneurs
succeed in today’s challenging business environment.
Mt. San Antonio College Small Business Development Center
363 S. Park Avenue, #101, Pomona, CA 91766
Telephone: 800-450-7232, Fax: 909-629-8310
Website: www.companyhelp.org or http://www.smallbizla.org/
The Santa Fe Springs Chamber of Commerce & Industrial League
12016 E. Telegraph Road, Suite 100
Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670
Phone: (562) 944-1616
Fax: (562) 946-3976
Tri-Cities Regional Occupational Program
Center for Career and Technical Education
12519 E. Washington Blvd
Whittier, CA 90602
Phone: (562) 698-9571
Los Angeles Economic Development Corporation
Resources for Business Assistance, Retention,
Expansion, and Attraction
Southern California Edison
Site Search, Business Assistance, Incentives,
Rebates, and "Savings by Design" Programs
CMTC (California Manufacturing Technology Consulting)
CMTC is a non-profit management consulting organization and is the largest affiliate of the Hollings Manufacturing Extension Partnership, a nationwide program under NIST and the Department of Commerce, with a mission to assist U.S. businesses become more competitive. We provide assessments, improvement plans, training, and consulting services to small and medium companies in all industries and our focus is on helping our clients grow through improving their people, processes, and technologies. CMTC offers complimentary assessments in the areas of manufacturing and distribution efficiencies, energy savings, organizational culture, quality management systems, and information technology
. Please visit our website at http://www.www.cmtc.com
, or, call (800) 300-CMTC.
Other Resources and Downloads
|Restaurant Guide With Map Links Page |
Restaurant Guide Download without links Flyer
|Traffic Volume ADT Count Map 2009 Santa Fe Springs Citywide View |
|Commercial/Industrial Real Estate Broker List in Santa Fe Springs List |
|Santa Fe Springs named as 2009 Most Business-Friendly City Info/Video |
|Top Ten Cities of the Future 2009, Santa Fe Springs Ranking Cities |
|Santa Fe Springs Buxton Retail Demographic Report 2008 Report |
|Santa Fe Springs Retail Marketing Flyer |
|Santa Fe Springs-Norwalk Blvd. & Telegraph Rd. Site Opportunities Map |
|Santa Fe Springs Site Opportunities Map |
Community Development Commission of the City of Santa Fe Springs Five-Year Redevelopment Implementation Plan (Plan)
|Redevelopment Project Area Map |
FAQs-Frequently Asked Questions for Economic Development FAQs
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