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Rescued City Kitty, One Year Later - Home for the Holidays

In early November 2013, a kitten was found up a tree at the Santa Clarita Aquatic Center, rescued and subsequently adopted by a member of Santa Clarita city staff. 59 more words

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Be Prepared in 2015 with the City’s Community Emergency Response Training Program

Santa Clarita residents can learn life-saving emergency skills by signing up for the City’s Community Emergency Response Training (CERT) program. The next seven-week course runs… 249 more words

Events

Old Town Newhall Roundabout Named 'Project of the Year' by American Public Works Association

The Southern California Chapter of the American Public Works Association (APWA) named the City of Santa Clarita’s Newhall Roundabout the “2014 Project of the Year.”  The APWA, which recognizes public agencies for their outstanding projects and programs, presented the award to the project team at the organization’s annual awards luncheon in Lakewood.   280 more words

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Go Green to Make the Holiday's Season Brighter!

Go green this Holiday Season by looking at these helpful tips from the City.

For more information about the going green in Santa Clarita, visit… 6 more words

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Santa Clarita Needs Your Help Today! End Mega-Mining in Soledad Canyon, Contact Senator Heinrich

Santa Clarita needs your help! Senator Martin Heinrich has decided to undo 14 years of hard work to prevent mega-mining in Soledad Canyon. A bill sits on the Senate floor that is backed by Cemex and the City of Santa Clarita, at no cost to taxpayers, to prevent a mega-mine from being built on the edge of town. 264 more words

Community

Santa Clarita Christmas Tree Farm Weathering New Storm After Rainy Weather

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — If you’ve ever wondered who welcomes heavy rain like what we’ve seen in Southern California this week, just visit a Christmas tree farm. 245 more words

News

Around Town: City Completes Canyon Country Monument Sign

Recently, construction of the Canyon Country Monument Sign has been completed. Landscape improvements including five, 48-inch box trees, adjacent landscaping and up lighting were installed as part of this project. 24 more words

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