In 2002 the city of Santa Clarita began issuing film permits for location filming within city limits. A decade after assuming this role, filming continues to be a bright spot in Santa Clarita's economy, providing a positive economic impact to local business and putting thousands of residents to work close to home.
July 27, 2012|
Live from City Hall
Every year, Americans celebrate Mother's Day, Father's Day and even Groundhog's Day. The city of Santa Clarita delights in honoring our children by celebrating Day for Kids. Families in Santa Clarita are invited to enjoy a free kid's carnival, open to the public on Sept. 25 from noon to 5 p.m. at Newhall Park, located at 24907 Newhall Ave.
The city of Santa Clarita, together with the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Department, is cordially inviting the community to attend a special open-house event on Thursday from 5-7 p.m. at City Hall, 23920 Valencia Blvd. in the first-floor Century Room to meet the new sheriff's captain, Paul Becker.
Local schools will soon be out for summer break, leaving many Santa Clarita parents wondering how to keep their kids entertained. The city offers a variety of options designed to keep local youth busy during the lazy summer days, including a variety of day camp options available through Camp Clarita.
The Santa Clara River is a part of the city of Santa Clarita in more ways than one. While providing a home to many species of plants and animals, the river also annually brings together thousands of volunteers who dedicate their time to ridding it of trash and debris. This year marks the city's 15th annual River Rally Cleanup and Environmental Expo.
On July 4, 1776, nearly 233 years ago, representatives from 13 sovereign states gathered at Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pa. a to sign a document declaring the United States of America independent from tyrannical rule.