The Santa Clarita City Council will hold its regular meeting Tuesday, Sept. 27, beginning with a special meeting/closed session at 5:30 p.m., followed immediately by open session at 6 p.m.
The meeting will take place on the first floor of City Hall in Council Chambers, located at 23920 Valencia Blvd. in Santa Clarita.
Items on the agenda include a proposed sponsorship agreement between Kaiser Permanente and the Santa Clarita Aquatic Center, the protection of Santa Clarita’s information systems infrastructure and updates to the City’s purchasing policy.
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City Council Special Meeting 9/27/2022 5:30 PM
City Council Chambers
23920 Valencia Blvd. 1st Floor Santa Clarita, CA 91355
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City Council enter into agreements to Climatec, LLC to design and implement comprehensive energy efficient infrastructure modernizations throughout City facilities and parks and approve the proposed issuance of Public Financing Authority Lease Revenue Bonds (Energy Efficiency Program) Series 2022A and Series 2022B and approval of documents, and the taking of certain actions in connection therewith.
Cybersecurity and disaster recovery are top priorities for the City of Santa Clarita. The cornerstone of an effective disaster recovery plan is a reliable and effective backup and recovery system. This item makes a recommendation to award a three-year contract for a backup and recovery solution to ensure the City’s information systems infrastructure is well protected.
The City of Santa Clarita’s Purchasing Policy, last updated in 2020, serves to direct the City’s procurement processes and ensure fiscally responsible purchasing activities. The proposed updates primarily include contractual signing authority processes, procurement approaches, and a few clarifying items.
SEIU Local 721, CTW, CLC is the exclusive bargaining agent for approximately 90 positions in the field and maintenance classifications. The term of the proposed MOU is for three years and runs from July 1, 2022, through June 30, 2025.
First launched in 1985, Breast Cancer Awareness Month became the first organized effort to bring widespread attention to breast cancer. Each October Circle of Hope recognizes Breast Cancer Awareness Month with its’ annual event, 31 Days of Hope, to help increase attention and support for the awareness, early detection and treatment of this disease.
Welcome back, UCLA Hockey! The city of Santa Clarita and The Cube – Ice and Entertainment Center | Powered by FivePoint, are excited to announce the return of the UCLA Men’s Hockey Team for the 2022-23 season.
October is National Pedestrian Safety Month and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department will raise awareness about the safety of people walking throughout the month, emphasizing that “safe drivers, safe speeds and safe vehicles save lives.”
You can’t go far in our city without discovering public art or art spaces. Whether you stumble upon the poetry printed on our sidewalks, discover the vibrant colors of the Communitree at the Canyon Country Community Center, find one of the many Art Bears or enjoy the latest exhibit at one of the City’s eight galleries, there is much art to appreciate this month and year-round in Santa Clarita.
"Groundworks," a new documentary by Justine Garrett (Critical Studies MFA 2006) and Ian Garrett (Theater MFA 2008), airs on multiple U.S. public television stations this month. In Southern California, the film was broadcast on KCET on Tuesday, Oct. 4 and will air on PBS SoCal on Oct. 10-11, coinciding with Indigenous People’s Day.
The Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station, with the help of Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Tactics and Survival unit, LASD Special Enforcement Bureau, and the Los Angeles County Fire Department, will be taking part in active shooter training Monday at Valencia High School.
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health confirmed Monday no additional deaths and 48 new cases in the Santa Clarita Valley over the weekend, with a total of 29 deaths and 2,615 new cases countywide.
The California Nurses Association, a union with more than 100,000 members in the state, applauds California Govenor Gavin Newsom’s decision to sign S.B. 1334 into law, guaranteeing enforceable breaks for public-sector and University of California workers who provide or support direct patient care in a hospital, clinic, or public health setting.