A rendering of "The Kaleidoscope Sound Hallway" by Annette Coleman, up for approval as the civic art piece to be constructed as part of the city's roller rink project. Courtesy rendering.

Parks Commission to discuss The Rink 

The city of Santa Clarita’s Parks, Recreation and Community Services Commission is expected to talk Thursday about plans for The Rink Sports Pavilion, the city’s $25 million roller-skating space that’s

City staff share budget update 

Santa Clarita City Manager Ken Striplin presented a big-picture look and a few nuts and bolts on technology spending in a Thursday afternoon meeting of the City Council’s Budget Committee. 

City Council OKs speed-hump changes 

The Santa Clarita City Council approved staff-recommended changes to its speed-hump policy Tuesday, which codifies how the “speed cushions” can get installed, removed and paid for when residents make requests

City Council to move on speed-cushion talk 

The Santa Clarita City Council on Tuesday is expected to bring back a discussion on the process behind how new speed humps, or “cushions,” are installed.  City officials last talked

Politics and government

Schiavo co-authors bill to expand abortion access

News release  Assemblywoman Pilar Schiavo, D-Chatsworth, and Assemblyman Chris Holden, D-Pasadena, have introduced Assembly Bill 2670, aiming to expand access to abortion care in California.   “So everyone is able

A developer map from the website for The Trails at Lyons Canyon. Courtesy

City discusses potential open-space deal 

The Santa Clarita City Council held a closed-session discussion April 9 over negotiations for a pair of properties near a project site on the west side of the Santa Clarita

Politics and government

Schiavo co-authors retail theft legislation

News release  Assemblywoman Pilar Schiavo, alongside Attorney General Rob Bonta, State Assembly Speaker Robert Rivas, and a bipartisan coalition of Assembly members, has introduced a legislative package aimed at curtailing