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lds-parkway-cleanup-beforeTwenty-eight volunteers, along with city staff, recently gathered to help beautify sidewalk landscaping on Alaminos Drive in Saugus.

Their work consisted of removing trash, weeds, and old soil along with spreading more than 25 cubic yards of decorative mulch along the 800-foot parkway.

When the work was completed, 15 trash bags were filled. The service project was a great success and local residents approached city staff to express their appreciation for a job well done.

For more information about the City’s Street Maintenance and Public Works Division, visit Santa-Clarita.com.

 

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  1. Thank you to the volunteers! It looks really nice and I hope people will respect your hard work and keep it looking that way!

  2. So much better than my neighbors that just call the city to complain

  3. Janie Garcia Janie Garcia says:

    Great job by great people!!!!

  4. Mike Navarro Mike Navarro says:

    Awesome to see the city and residents doing something instead of just complaining

  5. Mike Navarro Mike Navarro says:

    Awesome to see the city and residents doing something instead of just complaining

  6. Jeff Gardner Jeff Gardner says:

    Love this we need more of this… Would have loved to been there, I only live blocks away…

  7. Lisa Lehman Lisa Lehman says:

    This is what makes Valencia a special place to live. Volunteers everywhere. Thank you volunteers for caring and your hard work.

  8. Greg Aliano Greg Aliano says:

    It’s been dirt for 48 years. Used to make jumps there on our bicycles.

  9. The city should have done this years ago! Most landscaping money goes to Valencia except the $s they make new builders pay for landscaping near the building sight. Example: Sierra hwy! It’s a bit better after 50 years. Yes, it’s a state hwy but Santa Clarita is paid to maintain it! Good job neighbors.pride in ownership!

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