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 Santa Fe Trends Report

The Santa Fe Trends 2014 Report is a 30-page document that provides a statistical view of how the city of Santa Fe is progressing on various issues.

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Statistical Snapshot from Santa Fe Trends

 

2010 US Census

Estimated Population
01/01/2013

City 67,947 82,800*

Metro Area

(includes city)

117,651 119,200
County 144,170 146,200

*Includes city's annexation of 13,000+ residents effective January 1, 2014

City size:  33,591 acres (52.5 square miles)

City housing growth rate:  0.5% (175 new housing units)

Metro housing growth rate:  0.4% (276 new housing units including city)

Tierra Contenta: 25 new housing units (14% of all new residential construction in the city, and 9% of all new residential construction in the metro area during 2013)

Median sales price, single-family house:

City $289,000
(MLS listings only)
County $393,500
(MLS listings only)
U.S. $199,500

2012 Median household income:

City $47,348
New Mexico $42,588
U.S. $51,371

Sources:  Census Bureau, 2012 5-year estimate and American Community Survey (ACS)

City water system demand:  9,703 acre feet, 108 gallons per person daily (An estimated 80,500 residents are city water system customers)

Water system available annual supply up to:  15,730 acre feet

Transit ridership:  1,074,024 passenger trips (3.5% increase over 2012)

Public high schools 4-year cohort graduation rate:
Santa Fe Public Schools - 60% (class of 2013)
Statewide graduation rate - 70%

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