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    Through partnership with the Whittier Police Department,

    the City works towards maintaining a safe community for the citizens of Santa Fe Springs.

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    The Department of Fire-Rescue

    extended services across California for massive wildfires and storms.

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    The City of Santa Fe Springs salutes

    the brave men and women that serve and have served in the Armed Forces.

6:00 PMTraffic Commission MeetingTraffic Commission Meeting - Council Chambers
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March/April The Santa Fe Springs Telegraph

March 9, 2023 

The latest issue of the Santa Fe Springs Telegraph has arrived! In this newsletter, you can access the latest news and business news for the months of March and April. Residents are encouraged to stay informed about what is happening in the City of Santa Fe Springs.

The SFS Telegraph

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Meet the Mayor

March 9, 2023 

Have a private conversation with Mayor Juanita Martin to discuss your ideas and concerns.

Second Thursday of each month in the Library Study Room

6 p.m. - 7 p.m.

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Art Fest

March 9, 2023 

4-28-2023 - The annual Art Fest, held at the Clarke Estate, 10211 Pioneer Blvd., provides residents, business residents and surrounding community members of all ages with a wide range of cultural and artistic experiences.

The Preview and Art Showcase on Thursday, April 27th, provides business residents and interested community members an exclusive opportunity to personally meet the featured and guest artists.

For more information, please visit

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All Things Santa Fe Springs - Spring

February 7, 2023 

Spring has sprung in the City of Santa Fe Springs! The City has organized a variety of spring events and programs to enjoy! Don't miss out on the Penny Carnival, Shamrock 5K Fun Run/Walk, or the annual Easter Egg-stravaganza!

Take a look around and see what Santa Fe Springs has planned this spring!

ATSFS - Spring

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The City Has a Mobile App!

May 18, 2022 

The Mobile App is for Android or iPhones with these features:

• Send service requests directly to Public Works staff via mobile phones/iPad

• Report issues with sidewalks, trees, traffic signals, street lights, potholes, illegal dumping and/or graffiti

• Photo and geo-location technology will route the exact location of the issue to the Public Works Department

• Submitted service request(s) are tracked

• Receive updates and notifications once issues are resolved

The GoSFS App is FREE and available for download through iPhone and Android app stores only.

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