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Araceli Sanchez,
Human Resources Manager

South Padre Island City Hall (More Like This)
4601 Padre Blvd
South Padre Island, TX 78597
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  • Office: (956) 761-8100
  • Office Fax: (956) 467-1529
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  • Office Hours:
    Monday - Friday
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Human Resources

The Human Resources Division for the City of South Padre Island serves as a business partner working with all departments within the City to serve our internal and external communities with integrity, professionalism and the highest level of customer service while providing a variety of services. The Human Resources Division is responsible for:
  • Recruitment
  • Employee Benefit Administration
  • Risk Management
  • Employee Relations
  • Training
  • Safety and Project Management
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Mission Statement:
The Human Resources division provides services that promote a work environment characterized by fair treatment of staff, open communication, trust and mutual respect. Recognizing that our employees are our most valuable asset, our division will strive to provide quality service, and support in employment, training, employee relations, benefits and safety for the employees of the City of South Padre Island, which will enable employees to better serve the citizens of South Padre Island.
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News & Notices

  • The City of South Padre Island beach accesses will remain open
    The Island is a popular place to visit and the public should be mindful that the COVID-19 virus is still impacting the Rio Grande Valley. While on the beach, everyone should follow protocols to prevent further spread of this virus.
  • Fourth of July fireworks canceled
    Due to the increase in COVID-19 cases, the City of South Padre Island has canceled the Fourth of July Firework show scheduled for Saturday, July 4, 2020, in the Bay near the Entertainment District.
  • Governor's Strike Force to OPEN TEXAS
    Governor Abbott Announces Phase One To Open Texas, Establishes Statewide Minimum Standard Health Protocols. Read the report here!