The California Retail Survey, which compares retail sales activity for each of California’s 58 counties and 480 cities, ranked the city of Santa Clarita 21st in retail sales in the recently released 2016 California Retail Survey.
Santa Clarita was ranked higher than Beverly Hills, Burbank, and Pasadena and is one of only 42 cities with a retail market above $2 billion. Santa Clarita was ranked 20th in retail sales in the 2015 California Retail Survey.
Now Los Angeles County’s third largest city, with a population of more than 219,000, Santa Clarita continues to attract top retailers, like The Cheesecake Factory, Saddle Ranch Chop House, and Hobby Lobby. Santa Clarita is also home to Southern California’s largest auto center – the Valencia Auto Center. In the last year, the city of Santa Clarita has seen a steady increase in retail sales as new businesses open.
“As a City, we continue to attract businesses to the area to maintain a strong economy,” said Mayor Bob Kellar. “By staying business friendly, we are seeing new businesses open throughout the City and add to our diverse retail market.”
The California Retail Survey ranks the largest cities in California based on dollar volume, growth rates, and sales per outlet. The publication is a respected source of market intelligence for corporate and government executives with analysis and rankings based on actual sales results from retailers in the state.
Due to L.A. County Department of Public Health restrictions and the recent surge in COVID-19 cases, the city of Santa Clarita "regretfully" is announcing the cancellation of the 2022 Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival, reported Santa Clarita PIO Carrie Lujan in a statement released to the press.
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Experience Helen Hunt Jackson’s January 23, 1882 visit to Rancho Camulos which inspired her to include this vestige of the Californio lifestyle as one of the settings for her novel Ramona. Reenactors will engage and delight you as they portray this event which forever changed the peaceful life at Rancho Camulos.
Coming off a first-place winning streak at competitions in New York and Washington, D.C., earlier in 2021, the CSUN Model United Nations team continues to accumulate achievements after scoring another first place finish with the Outstanding Delegation Award in the Northwest Model UN Conference, which took place Nov. 19-21 in Seattle.