The Santa Clarita City Council will cut the ribbon to the Golden Valley Road Bike Trail Extension on Thursday, Feb. 13, at 9 a.m.
The extension expands the trail by approximately 4 miles from River Village in Saugus to State Route 14, providing convenient access to the south side of Soledad Canyon Road...
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City officials broke ground...
[KHTS] – Adding to the more than 70 miles of bike trails in the Santa Clarita Valley, Mayor Bob Kellar and city staff, in partnership with Spirit Properties, broke ground on Tuesday for a new four-mile extension from River Village in Saugus to State Route 14.
The new bike trail will be installed...
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