In a recent ruling, the Los Angeles Superior Court denied a legal challenge to block implementation of the Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District’s project to meet state‐mandated chloride (salt) limits on water discharged into the Santa Clara River from its Valencia and Saugus wastewater (sewage)...
Members of the local sanitation board approved $160,000 worth of extra work pursuing their four-year chloride compliance plan.
On Monday, members of the Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District board voted in favor of a recommendation to pay for the extra work.
Construction of an ultraviolet disinfection...
State water regulators gave local sanitation officials three more years to carry out their plan to reduce the amount of chloride that ends up in the Santa Clara River.
On Thursday, officials with the Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District met with members of the Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control...
In light of back-to-back lawsuits that stalled construction, state water regulators have granted the Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District more time to complete its four-year plan to reduce the amount of chloride discharged into the Santa Clara River watershed.
On March 12, the Los Angeles Regional...
Marking a major milestone in a process that’s taken 20 years, the Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District of Los Angeles County Board of Directors has hired a contractor to build a new $87.3 million water treatment plant to remove salt and other contaminants from wastewater the city discharges...
The Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District’s Board of Directors will hold a special meeting on Thursday at 11:30 a.m.
The meeting will be held at Santa Clarita City Hall, located at 23920 Valencia Blvd., Santa Clarita, CA 91355.
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The Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District can move forward with its state-mandated chloride compliance plan to remove environmentally harmful salts from its wastewater, a Los Angeles Superior Court judge ruled Tuesday.
In case #BS145869, Judge James C. Chalfant ruled to partially discharge a complaint...
On Wednesday, the Santa Clarita Valley (SCV) Sanitation District’s Board of Directors certified the Final Recirculated Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District Chloride Compliance Project Environmental Impact Report – Separation of Recycled Water Project.
This is the next step in complying with...
The Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District Board of Directors has provided an update in its efforts to comply with the state-mandated chloride limit, including the next step in the process, which is finalizing the Recirculated EIR released for public comment in May.
In October 2013, after...
To honor the memory of longtime community leader Charlotte Kleeman, a celebration of life will be held Friday, June 3, at the College of the Canyons University Center, located at 26455 Rockwell Canyon Road in Santa Clarita, beginning at 2 p.m.
Visit newly opened MB2 Entertainment at the site of the former Mountasia on June 5 to support Carousel Ranch. Purchase a play card and a percentage of your purchase will benefit Carousel Ranch. Visit and have fun while donating to a worthwhile cause, the clients of Carousel Ranch and the equestrian therapy and vocational training programs.
California Health and Human Services Agency Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly and Director of the California Department of Public Health and State Public Health Officer Dr. Tomás J. Aragón, issued a joint statement supporting the recommendation by the Western States Scientific Safety Review Workgroup, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Advisory Committee on Immunizations Practices and the Federal Food and Drug Administration to authorize use of a single booster dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccines for children ages 5-11 at least five months after completing their primary series.
Feeling the need to act, members of the Santa Clarita Human Relations Roundtable, St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Congregation Beth Shalom, NAACP Santa Clarita, Higher Vision Church and the Islamic Center of Santa Clarita Valley decided to gather with community members to mark and reflect on the May 14 shooting in Buffalo, N.Y.
Los Angeles County Department of Public Health is working with state and national partners on an international outbreak of monkeypox. On May 19 the Centers for Disease Control confirmed a case of monkeypox in the United States in Massachusetts.
The father/son legacy continues after 40 years at Valley Institute of Prosthetics and Orthotics established in 1982. The company serves the Central Valley and the Santa Clarita Valley with the highest quality orthotic and prosthetic devices for patients to regain functionality.
The County of Los Angeles Department of Animal Care and Control is aware of the public’s desire to visit our animal care centers without an appointment. In response Animal Care and Control is adopting new public visitation hours for unscheduled visits just in time for National Pet Adoption Weekend, May 20-22.
College of the Canyons had three Women's Softball players spotlighted by the California Community College Fastpitch Coaches Association with Ashlynn Heck, Allyson Melgar and Lisa Motz selected to the All-Southern California Team.
Los Angeles County is hosting the first in-person Homeowners' Resource Fair for the public since the pandemic hit two years ago. The event will be held Saturday, May 21 9 a.m. to noon at the Huntington Park Community Center, 6925 Salt Lake Ave., Huntington Park, CA 90255.