Important Messages:

REMINDER: FREE Tire Recycle Feb 7th 7am-4:30pm Rims must be removed from the tires, 8 tires per vehice, Must be a Galveston County Resident, LOCATION: Laydown yard next to the West County Bldg 11730 Hwy 6, Santa Fe, Texas

Please refer to the Emergency Management tab on the left of the screen for important weather informaton and/or the City of Santa Fe City Hall Facebook page.

The Santa Fe Strong Resiliency Center is now open. Please click here for further information. 409-925-2552 or Director Carol Gaylord 409-218-7129. Visit the Facebook page

Helping Kids to Cope with Trauma and Loss Reminders After a School Shooting flyer. Click here for a copy.

 Please refer to the Newsletter tab regarding street repair, ditch cleaning, mowing and drainage projects.

Please contact the Santa Fe ISD command center for questions and/or concerns regarding the shooting at SFISD.

SF Education Foundation and National Compassion Fund to distribute SF Strong fund. Click here for info.   

 SFISD crisis hotline 1-800-595-0869

FBI tip/information hotline 1-800-CALL-FBI

Please visit the City of Santa Fe City Hall Facebook page for the event and fundraiser schedule. It will be updated daily as new information is received.


Honor The Past...
  Imagine The Future!

Welcome to Santa Fe, Texas, a growing community in the heart of Galveston County. Santa Fe is the ideal place to raise your family or grow your business.

* Location:
* Santa Fe is located five miles west of Interstate 45 between Houston and Galveston, offering a rural bedroom community free of the congestion of the big city
* 20 minutes from the beaches, seasonal events, and tropical lifestyles of Galveston Island
* 20 minutes from the culture, shopping, and commerce of third largest city in the nation, Houston, Texas

* Living in Santa Fe:
* Low property tax rate
* Excellent schools
* Beautiful library
* Low crime rate
* Clean air, open spaces, and friendly people

* Grow your business:
* 20 minutes from Hobby Airport and 45 minutes from the Bush Intercontinental Airport of Houston
* Crossroads of three major state highways
* In the epicenter of six other cities

The city of Santa Fe covers 15.7 square miles with an estimated population of 12,222 people.

A city that Honors the Past and Imagines the Future.