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The Big Picture: The-Signal.com's 411 on growth in the SCV

Links to our in-depth series on growth in the Santa Clarita Valley

Posted: October 10, 2008 12:14 a.m.
Updated: December 25, 2008 5:00 a.m.
Part 4: A worker at construction site off of Tesoro Del Valle in Saugus gets tools out of a truck on Monday afternoon. Part 4: A worker at construction site off of Tesoro Del Valle in Saugus gets tools out of a truck on Monday afternoon.
Part 4: A worker at construction site off of Tesoro Del Valle in Saugus gets tools out of a truck on Monday afternoon.
Part 5: The intersection of Soledad Canyon Road and Bouquet Canyon Road, seen here in April, is the busiest in the Santa Clarita Valley, according to city of Santa Clarita traffic officials. Part 5: The intersection of Soledad Canyon Road and Bouquet Canyon Road, seen here in April, is the busiest in the Santa Clarita Valley, according to city of Santa Clarita traffic officials.
Part 5: The intersection of Soledad Canyon Road and Bouquet Canyon Road, seen here in April, is the busiest in the Santa Clarita Valley, according to city of Santa Clarita traffic officials.
The Signal's "The Big Picture" series takes a look at growth in the Santa Clarita Valley. The Signal's "The Big Picture" series takes a look at growth in the Santa Clarita Valley.
The Signal's "The Big Picture" series takes a look at growth in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Part 1: Jim De Vries, who for 41 years has lived across the street from Smiser Ranch, is not thrilled about the idea of developers erecting commercial buildings there. Part 1: Jim De Vries, who for 41 years has lived across the street from Smiser Ranch, is not thrilled about the idea of developers erecting commercial buildings there.
Part 1: Jim De Vries, who for 41 years has lived across the street from Smiser Ranch, is not thrilled about the idea of developers erecting commercial buildings there.
Part 2: A view to the west, with Rio Norte Junior High in the center, shows the scope of housing development in the surrounding areas of the Santa Clarita Valley. Part 2: A view to the west, with Rio Norte Junior High in the center, shows the scope of housing development in the surrounding areas of the Santa Clarita Valley.
Part 2: A view to the west, with Rio Norte Junior High in the center, shows the scope of housing development in the surrounding areas of the Santa Clarita Valley.
Part 3: An aerial view shows the housing and small business development around Rio Norte Junior High in April. Part 3: An aerial view shows the housing and small business development around Rio Norte Junior High in April.
Part 3: An aerial view shows the housing and small business development around Rio Norte Junior High in April.
Part 6: The Valencia Industrial Center, near Constellation Avenue and Kelly Johnson Parkway, is among new business parks that the city hopes will provide jobs for Santa Clarita Valley residents. Part 6: The Valencia Industrial Center, near Constellation Avenue and Kelly Johnson Parkway, is among new business parks that the city hopes will provide jobs for Santa Clarita Valley residents.
Part 6: The Valencia Industrial Center, near Constellation Avenue and Kelly Johnson Parkway, is among new business parks that the city hopes will provide jobs for Santa Clarita Valley residents.
Part 7: Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Department deputies train. As the valley’s population grows, so does the need for a larger sheriff’s force. Part 7: Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Department deputies train. As the valley’s population grows, so does the need for a larger sheriff’s force.
Part 7: Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Department deputies train. As the valley’s population grows, so does the need for a larger sheriff’s force.
Part 8: More people means a need for more firefighters who will need more equipment to battle blazes in urban, suburban and rural areas of the Santa Clarita Valley in the years ahead.. Part 8: More people means a need for more firefighters who will need more equipment to battle blazes in urban, suburban and rural areas of the Santa Clarita Valley in the years ahead..
Part 8: More people means a need for more firefighters who will need more equipment to battle blazes in urban, suburban and rural areas of the Santa Clarita Valley in the years ahead..
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Editor's Note: As development becomes an increasingly charged topic in the Santa Clarita Valley, The Signal presents an in-depth 11-part series on plans for growth in the SCV.

The-Signal.com's "The Big Picture" 411 page collects links to all the stories published in The Signal's print edition.

We invite you to comment on the individual articles (there's a place to do that at the bottom of each story) or about the series (at the bottom of this page).


10-05-08 Part 1: SCV ponders ‘one vision' for growth; Our population could nearly double to 450,000

10-07-08 Part 2: General plan: A guide for city's growth

10-08-08 Part 3: Sprawl versus growth; General plan amendments accomodated development

10-10-08 Part 4: Like it or not, SCV population growing; City legally mandated to accommodate growth

10-11-08 Part 5: 'One Valley, One Vision': The Full Story; Computerized traffic models help planners grade roads

10-12-08 Part 6: Two jobs for evey home; Officials embark on an ambitious plan to keep jobs in Santa Clarita

10-13-08 Part 7: More people requires more police; For every 1,000 residents, another deputy is needed

10-15-08 Part 8: Preparing for the worst; A look at how fire protection services will grow with the Santa Clarita Valley's population

10-18-08 Part 9: Religious centers, non-profits balance growth; Challenges include maintaining community spirit

10-20-08 Part 10: One valley, one water supplier, official says; As population grows, concern grows over how we'll be supplied

10-24-08 Part 11: Schools brace for more growth

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