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Lanes Closed on Bouquet Canyon Bridge for Construction

The City of Santa Clarita would like to inform residents and commuters of lanes closing on Bouquet Canyon Bridge.
 
Beginning at 7:00am on Monday, April 24; lanes of Bouquet Canyon Road at the intersection of Valencia Boulevard will be closed to accommodate construction work on the Bouquet Canyon Bridge.  The lane closures will be in effect from 7:00am to 7:00pm for a period of fifteen (15) business days.
 

City Receives Tree City USA Award

The City of Santa Clarita has been awarded the Tree City USA Award

The City Celebrates Building Safety Week

During the week of May 7-13, 2006, the City of Santa Clarita will take part in the worldwide observance of Building Safety Week. Building Safety Week seeks to raise public awareness about building safety by promoting the use, enforcement, and understanding of building safety and fire prevention codes to protect lives and property. The theme of the 2006 Building Safety Week is “Building a Safer World Together.” In celebration of Building Safety Week, the City will be hosting an open house with members of the Building and Safety Division.
 

New Trash Franchise Agreement for Santa Clarita

The City of Santa Clarita commenced  its new residential trash franchise agreement.

Sheriff Response Times to Emergencies Better in City

Residents who live in the City are responded to faster by the Sheriffs department than their neighbors in the unincorporated areas, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department.  In the City of Santa Clarita, the average response time for emergencies is 5.5 minutes, while unincorporated residents see an 8.1 minute emergency response time. Priority calls average an 11.7 minute response time in the City and a 15.7 minute response time in the unincorporated areas.  For routine calls, the response time averages 44.7 minutes in the City and 58.2 minutes in the unincorporated areas. 

Fire Season Hard to Predict

Severity depends on factors including wind, humidity, and temperature.

While some forecasters have predicted an above-average potential for wildfires across the West this summer, one fire official said, "Time will tell."

Plague Confirmed in Los Angeles Resident

County health officials have confirmed a case of bubonic plague