CITY COUNCIL MAYOR
Back to school season is a time for growth, learning and new opportunities. From meeting new teachers and making new friends to learning new subjects and possibly attending a new school — children often delight in the change that back-to-school time brings.
Whether you are biking, walking or driving through Santa Clarita, you are likely to run into lush green fields for sports games, wildflowers blooming on hillsides or spot our City’s iconic oak trees. This abundance of beauty in our valley didn’t happen by accident.
Summer in Santa Clarita, and across most of Southern California, is also notorious for something a little less appealing – heat. The summer months of June through September bring high temperatures that can create perfect conditions for wildfires.
Picture this: colorful lawn chairs and blankets strewn across the grass at Central Park, live music amplified over the crowd, while children frolic with friends
By Mayor Marsha McLean When the temperature heats up and the days get longer, there are two pastimes residents in Santa Clarita love: going for
By Mayor Marsha McLean The Santa Clarita Public Library has what you need for your next adventure – and this summer it’s going to be
Bike month is wrapping up in Santa Clarita. If you did not take advantage of the rides and excitement, don’t worry. Our beautiful trails and