San Jacinto neighborhood

The San Jacinto Neighborhood is designated by the City of Galveston as the area bounded by Broadway, Seawall & 23rd Street. The San Jacinto neighborhood forms the shape of a triangle between 23rd Street, Broadway (Avenue J) and Seawall Boulevard. Included in the neighborhood, is the Lost Bayou District, which has its boundaries at 16th and 21st Streets, and Avenues K and M ½. Additionally on Avenue N 1/2 between 2oth and 21street. As the neighborhood with the longest frontage on the Gulf of Mexico, San Jacinto was also the heart of the development on the beach, and Galveston’s tourist industry.

Neighborhood Association Meetings: second Wednesday of the month, 7:00pm at the Galvez Hotel

To get on the mailing list for San Jacinto Newsletter, contact: Rosa Morgan: teabibber@gmail.com

Jan. 2016 San Jac Newsletter

San Jacinto Board Members
President/Chair: Angela Brown
Membership: Fred Huddleston
Treasurer: Tom Schwenk
Sec./Newsletter: Rosa Morgan
At-Large: Karen Geary
Gain Rep: Donna Dees
Garden: Kay Sandor
Lost Bayou: Joanne Griffin