The city of Santa Clarita increased the frequency of street sweeping throughout the city on Monday for the fall and winter seasons.
Sweeping will take place every week, following trash pickup days, between the hours of 7 a.m. and 5 p.m.
The change is made each fall and winter to remove leaves and other...
The city of Santa Clarita website’s emergency page is keeping local residents up to date on school and road closures and other impacts of the Saddleridge Fire.
Here’s what’s happening on the emergency page as of Friday mid-afternoon:
Update 3:21 p.m.
CHP reports that southbound lanes...
What are the most pressing issues affecting housing, infrastructure and services offered in Santa Clarita?
The city invites residents to participate in the annual Housing and Community Development Needs Assessment Survey.
Results are used by the city to help determine how to best allocate Community Development...
New sales of flavored tobacco products in Santa Clarita are now temporarily banned amid an upsurge in popularity among young people, following a unanimous vote by the City Council Tuesday.
Their direction approved the adoption of an urgency ordinance that has immediately placed a 45-day tobacco retail...
The Santa Clarita Public Library is requesting resident feedback through their community survey during the month of October. Feedback from the survey will be used to guide the Library’s future strategic plan. Community members can access the survey at santaclaritalibrary.com through Oct. 31, 2019,...
The city of Santa Clarita has released the list of what is filming in the SCV for the week of Monday, Oct. 7 – Sunday, Oct. 13, 2019.
Filming this week includes:
· “Party of Five” – Television Show
· “Good Trouble” – Television Show
· “68 Whiskey” –...
On Thursday, Oct. 17, at 10:17 a.m., join millions of Californians in the Great California ShakeOut.
ShakeOuts are earthquake preparedness drills that remind us what we need to do when the earth begins to shake. The drill is also an opportunity for the community to review emergency preparedness plans...
The Santa Clarita Arts Commission will hold its regular meeting, Thursday, Oct. 10, at 6:30 p.m.
Items on the agenda include spotlights on the Major Impact Theater and Santa Clarita Master Chorale, as well as an update on the Arts Master Plan, which addresses the community’s increasing culturally...
The Santa Clarita City Council has posted its agendas for special and regular meetings on Tuesday, October 8 at City Hall.
The special meeting, to start at 5:15 p.m., will be a closed session in Council Chambers, followed by councilmembers’ conference in the Century Room with legal counsel regarding...
The city of Santa Clarita is celebrating ARTober in October, a month-long arts extravaganza in honor of National Arts and Humanities Month.
Santa Clarita community members are invited to participate in a variety of arts and humanities-related events.
ARTober will bring enriching cultural events to Santa...
Due to the amazing generosity of a local resident, the Santa Clarita Veteran Services Collaborative has been chosen to preside over the selection of a local veteran who is to receive full title to a family residence in the near-in portion of the Canyon Country area.
Thanks to the efforts of California Senator Scott Wilk and Assemblywoman Christy Smith, College of the Canyons received $397,000 in state funding necessary to begin planning much-needed renovations to Boykin Hall.
Governor Gavin Newsom has signed Senate Bill 153 into law, ensuring California law is in full compliance with changes to federal law regarding the cultivation of industrial hemp, Senator Scott Wilk, 21st Senate District representative and the bill's author announced Monday.
Building on the state’s efforts to support its immigrant communities, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed a package of bills on Saturday to help foster a more inclusive state and create new opportunities for immigrants to contribute to our society.
Samuel Dixon Family Health Center, Inc. has announced the unfortunate cancellation of its 17th Annual Duck Dash - Rubber Ducky Festival on Saturday due to the rapidly growing fires and poor air quality.
As firefighters continued to battle the Saddleridge Fire from Sylmar to Reseda, a brush fire sparked by a car fire in the Newhall Pass diverted some of their attention on Sierra Highway close to where Highway 14 and Interstate 5 meet.
The wind-blown Saddleridge fire quickly grew from 15-20 acres to more than 4,700 acres — with zero percent containment — Thursday night into Friday morning, prompting evacuations in the Sylmar, Granada Hills and Porter Ranch areas as an unknown number of homes burned overnight.