Sajur (Hebrew: סָג'וּר; Arabic: ساجور) is a predominantly Druze town (local council) in the Galilee region of northern Israel, with an area of 3,000 dunams (3 km²). It achieved recognition as an independent local council in 1992. The population is 3,600 (September 2006), with an annual growth rate of 2%.
According to Israel Central Bureau of Statistics, the town had a low ranking (3 out of 10) on the country's socioeconomic index (December 2001). The average salary that year was NIS 3,531 per month, whereas the national average was NIS 6,835.