Santee, incorporated in 1980, is 16.6 square miles. Santee’s population is 52,975 and its elevation is 350’ above sea level. Santee is the tenth largest of San Diego County’s 18 cities. With approximately half of its land undeveloped, Santee is one of the few cities in the county with space to grow.

Climate - Average Temperature

Period: Minimum Mean Maximum
January 41 55 69
April 47 62

75

July 58 76 93
October 53 69

84

graphicGovernment & Public Services

Santee City Hall (619) 258-4100
10601 Magnolia, Santee

San Diego County Sheriff (619) 258-3100
8811 Cuyamaca

Santee Fire Department (619) 258-4100 x 207

Santee Public Library (619) 448-1863
9225 Carlton Oaks Blvd.

Santee Post Office (800) 275-8777
9518 Mission Gorge Road

Animal Control (619) 448-7883

Business Licenses (619) 258-4100 x 154

Recreation Department (619) 258-4180

Utilities

Electricity & Natural Gas
San Diego Gas & Electric (619) 696-2000

Water
Padre Dam Municipal Water District (619) 448-3111

Local Telephone
Cox Communications (619) 221-4188
Pacific Bell (800) 310-2355

Cable Television
Cox Communications (619) 262-1122

Trash Removal
Waste Management (619) 596-5100

Transportation
Santee Dial-A-Ride 1-800-921-9644
San Diego County Transit (619) 233-3004
(Bus & Trolley Info)
East County Transit System (319) 233-3004

Public Schools

Elementary
Santee Elementary School District (619) 258-2300

Secondary
Grossmont Union High School District (619) 644-8039
For more information, contact the Santee

Chamber of Commerce at (619) 449-6572

Warren Savage, Executive Director

 

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