The Santa Clarita City Council will be holding a Special Meeting Tuesday, July 9, at 5:30 p.m. Following the Special Meeting, the City Council will hold its regular meeting beginning at 6:00 p.m.
Items on the regular meeting agenda include adoption of ordinance to provide regulations regarding Water Recycling requirements, shade updates and improvements to Mountain View Park and award the design contract for Dockweiler Drive extension.
The meetings will take place on the 1st Floor in Council Chambers at City Hall, located at 23920 Valencia Blvd., Santa Clarita, 91355.
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Call to Order
Approval of Agenda
Awards and Recognitions
Recognition of Malia Brauer for Being a Master Chef Junior Finalist
Recognition of Aquatics Staff for Receiving an American Red Cross Top Training Provider Award
Proclaim July 2019 as Park and Recreation Month
Presentation on South Coast Air Quality Management District
Government Code Section 36934 requires that all ordinances be read in full prior to Council taking action on the ordinance. By listing the ordinance title on the Council agenda, Council may determine that the title has been read.
Authored by Assembly Member David Chiu (D-17-San Francisco), Assembly Bill 516 proposes to repeal existing law that authorizes local agencies to immobilize or tow vehicles that are in violation of specific parking or traffic laws.
Authored by Assembly Member Al Muratsuchi (D-66-Torrance), Assembly Bill 1286 proposes to require shared mobility providers to enter into an agreement with a local authority, prior to the operation of shared mobility devices within a jurisdictional area.
Authored by Senator Nancy Skinner (D-9-Berkeley), Senate Bill 330 proposes to declare a statewide housing emergency to be in effect until January 1, 2025, and restricts certain local land use authority, including: zoning, design standards, parking, and overall application standards related to specific residential developments.
Approval of contract expenditure authority to five (5) existing landscape maintenance contracts for re-occurring, unanticipated, and one-time work associated with operational management of various Landscape Maintenance Zones.
This project will update and improve Mountain View Park on the east and west sides of Seco Canyon Road. Identified improvements include the removal and replacement of the current play areas, the addition of a play structure for children ages 2-5, a play structure for children ages 5-12, and a swing area. Additionally, this project will install rubberized and wood fiber play surfacing, four new shade structures, and a picnic pavilion.
The City of Santa Clarita utilizes a Mitel Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone system to communicate with residents and staff. This item makes a recommendation to award a three-year contract for the maintenance and support required to keep the phone system functioning properly and efficiently.
This design contract will provide for design services for the extension of Dockweiler Drive, which will provide a connection along the approved alignment from the existing terminus of Dockweiler Drive to Railroad Avenue at 13th Street.
The League of California Cities Annual Conference is scheduled for October 16-18, 2019, in Long Beach. In order to vote at the General Assembly Meeting, the City Council is asked to designate a voting delegate. The City Council may also appoint up to two alternate voting delegates.
Organized sports, gyms and faith-based organizations can now reserve field space at Santa Clarita parks, Mayor Cameron Smyth said Friday after Los Angeles County issued an update on guidelines allowing youth sports to resume.
The 2020 Santa Clarita Marathon, presented by Parkway Motorcars, has been canceled due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and related public health concerns for runners, spectators, volunteers, staff and event partners.
Los Angeles County Supervisor Kathryn Barger has released a statement regarding a recent incident involving deputies from the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station - an incident, which was recorded by bystanders, and has since gone viral.
The U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA) announced the award of $38 million in Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act Recovery Assistance grants to 14 Revolving Loan Funds (RLF) grantees, including the Los Angeles County Development Authority (LACDA).
Circle of Hope has announced their 16th annual signature Tea fundraiser, which will be held Saturday, Oct. 3, will feature something new and different with an internationally themed dinner and program.
Los Angeles County Chief Executive Officer Sachi A. Hamai, who agreed to temporarily postpone her retirement to help lead the County through the initial phase of the COVID-19 emergency, announced that she will retire at the end of August 2020.
Children’s Bureau is now offering an online foster-adoption orientation for individuals and/or couples who are interested helping children in foster care while reunifying with birth families or to provide legal permanency by adoption.
Los Angeles County Public Health on Monday confirmed 19 new deaths and 1,920 new cases of COVID-19 countywide, as officials see signs of stability in key indicators, including daily hospitalizations and deaths.
Along with added stress for struggling businesses and a failing unemployment agency, California Governor Gavin Newsom estimated Monday it would cost the state $700 million per week to implement the president’s proposed unemployment plan.
In an effort to assist renters with limited means affected by the COVID-19 crisis, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has provided $100 million in CARES Act funds to create a COVID-19 Rent Relief program, operated by the Los Angeles County Development Authority.
In a socially distanced, drive-thru event, a number of Santa Clarita Valley organizations came together Thursday to distribute “peace bags” to students, with the hopes of spreading joy, positivity and community engagement.
In separate incidents, Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station deputies arrested a wanted felon and his companion on felony warrants last week and three suspects on auto theft charges Friday and over the weekend.
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