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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.

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    The Department of Fire-Rescue

    extended services across California for massive wildfires and storms.

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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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    ReimagineSantaFeSprings.Org

    Stay informed with our General Plan update.

Jan28
6:00 PMCity Council MeetingPublic Financing Authority, Water Utility Authority, Housing...
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6:00 PMPlanning Commission MeetingPlanning Commission Meeting
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6:00 PMTraffic Commission MeetingTraffic Commission Meeting
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City Council Statement

January 8, 2021 

On behalf of the City of Santa Fe Springs, a message from Mayor Mora and Mayor Pro Tem Rodriguez on the events that took place at the U.S Capitol on Wednesday.


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Former Fire Chief Bob Wilson Passes

December 16, 2020 

The City is deeply saddened by the news of the recent passing of former Santa Fe Springs Fire Chief Bob Wilson. Mr. Wilson was hired by the Santa Fe Springs Fire Department on September 2nd, 1960. He was promoted to Engineer in 1968 and Captain in 1970. Mr. Wilson was promoted to Battalion Chief in 1976 and was selected by former City Manager Don Powell to be the Fire Chief in 1985. Chief Wilson retired in 1993. During his tenure, Chief Wilson developed the department's Environmental Protection Division, and also was instrumental in starting the department’s HazMat Response Team. That team still exists today and is a Type-I State resource for Hazardous Materials response. Mr. Wilson was the son of former Santa Fe Springs Mayor and Councilmember Betty Wilson, whose legacy is a significant part of the City’s history.

Chief Wilson is survived by his wife Cheryl, two children, and multiple grandchildren. The City of Santa Fe Springs and Fire-Rescue Department appreciate his contributions that are still etched in the Department to this day. On behalf of the City, we send our most sincere condolences to Chief Wilson’s family and friends.


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The City's Winter Quarterly Brochure is here!

October 29, 2020 

The City's Winter Quarterly Brochure has arrived! Please click the link below for more information on City news, virtual programs and activities.

Winter Quarterly

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Clarification on Water Quality Notice

October 21, 2020 

The City recently sent its water customers a State mandated notice in the mail that gave some customers the impression the City’s drinking water did not meet water quality standards—that is not accurate. The Santa Fe Springs Water Utility Authority is required to monitor your drinking water for lead and copper on a regular basis. During 2019, we did not collect three of the required 30 lead and copper samples during the June 1 to September 30 monitoring period; three of the required lead and copper samples were collected late, in October 2019. At no time was the water quality impaired or in question.

The collected samples show we are meeting drinking water standards. This sampling effort is required by the State of California, and is being accomplished through the cooperation of homeowners and residents. Unlike other contaminant monitoring, the samples for lead and copper testing must come from regularly used cold water taps inside customers’ homes, thus the City relies on the residents to collect and return water samples in a timely manner. The notice letter that was sent to each customer had confusing language that was required by the State of California and could not be amended in any way. Sorry for the confusion and it is hoped that this clarification is helpful in illustrating that your drinking water has always met water quality standards


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Whittier Police Department's Newly Appointed Chief

October 14, 2020 

The City of Santa Fe Springs congratulates newly appointed Chief of Police, Chief Aviv Bar. Chief Bar is proud to continue to serve the City of Santa Fe Springs and maintain a safe community for all.


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