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  • 17 Jul 2024 by City of Santa Clarita

    For the 30th year in a row, the City of Santa Clarita has received an Investment Policy Certificate of Excellence Award from the Association of Public Treasurers of the United States and Canada for its Investment Policy. The City is being recognized for its Fiscal Year 2024-25 Investment Policy due to its success in developing a comprehensive written investment policy.

    In order to receive certification, investment policies must be carefully reviewed by the association’s Investment Policy Certification Committee. The committee is comprised of 15 public and private sector volunteers from across North America. For a policy to receive certification it must be approved by all reviewers on 18 areas spelled out in the Model Investment Policy. This policy includes elements the Association of Public Treasurers of the United States and Canada deems essential to a written investment policy such as policy, scope, delegation of authority, ethics and conflicts of interest.

    For more information about the Investment Policy Certificate of Excellence Award, please contact Brittany Houston of the City’s Finance division at bhouston@santaclarita.gov or by phone at (661) 255-4996.

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  • 08 Jul 2024 by City of Santa Clarita

    The City of Santa Clarita will soon begin construction work on the annual 2024 -2025 Road Rehab Program, which uses slurry seal and overlay road treatment to improve City roadways, resurfacing and coating street surfaces, crack sealing, reconstruction and maintenance of roads throughout the City. Construction on the Road Rehab project is anticipated to begin during the week of July 8, 2024, and will continue throughout the summer months.

    Electronic message boards will be installed in affected neighborhoods, along with social media and physical flyers, notifying residents of the anticipated schedule for construction activities. Additionally, residents will receive direct notices regarding the upcoming work to ensure they stay well-informed about the progress and any potential disruptions that may occur. The City will post updates, including construction dates and locations on all social media platforms using #SCRoadRehab. Please be sure to check the City’s pages, @CityOfSantaClarita, or @SantaClarita on X (formerly Twitter), periodically to remain informed of any changes.

    Construction will occur between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday on residential streets, while work on arterial roads will occur at night between 7:00 p.m. and 4:30 a.m. to reduce traffic impacts.

    Residents are asked to be aware of work being done in and around their neighborhoods and plan their routes accordingly. Traffic and “No Parking” signs will be posted to inform motorists of upcoming construction and potential lane closures. Residents are asked to reduce their speed through construction zones.

    The City of Santa Clarita thanks community members in advance for their patience and support of this project. The City’s Road Rehab website, SantaClarita.gov/RoadRehab, features Road Rehab Project locations, frequently asked questions and instructions on what you should do if your street is part of the program this year. All measures will be taken to ensure the project is completed safely and promptly. For questions or concerns, please contact the project hotline at (661) 290-2291.

  • Six Flags Entertainment Corporation, the largest and most diverse amusement park operator in North America, announced Monday the successful completion of the merger of equals between Cedar Fair, L.P. and former Six Flags Entertainment Corporation, effective July 1, 2024. The combined company is operating under the name “Six Flags Entertainment Corporation.”

    Cedar Fair’s units and shares of Former Six Flags’ common stock ceased trading at the close of the New York Stock Exchange on July 1, 2024. Beginning tomorrow, July 2, shares of Six Flags Entertainment Corporation’s common stock will start trading on the NYSE under the ticker symbol “FUN.”

    Under the terms of the merger agreement, Cedar Fair unitholders received one share of common stock in Six Flags Entertainment Corporation for each unit owned, and Former Six Flags shareholders received 0.5800 shares of common stock in Six Flags Entertainment Corporation for each share owned.

    “Today marks a significant milestone for our company, shareholders, guests and associates, unlocking higher value and greater opportunities to deliver engaging entertainment experiences,” said Richard Zimmerman, president and chief executive officer of Six Flags Entertainment Corporation. “Our merger establishes a new Six Flags Entertainment Corporation with a highly diversified footprint and robust operating model, enhancing park offerings and performance though the complementary portfolio of attractive assets and intellectual property from each of Cedar Fair and the former Six Flags. The combination also enhances the financial profile of the company with strong cash flow generation to accelerate investments in our parks to delight our guests, driving increased levels of demand and in-park value and spending.”

    Each park in the combined company’s portfolio will retain their legacy branding with no changes to park names currently being planned or contemplated.

    “We believe that by combining the best ideas and most successful entertainment practices of both Six Flags and Cedar Fair, the new Six Flags can deliver a superior level of joy and excitement that has yet to be experienced by regional park guests,” added Selim Bassoul, executive chairman of the board of directors of Six Flags Entertainment Corporation. “We are excited to unite the Cedar Fair and Six Flags teams to capitalize on the tremendous growth opportunities and operational efficiencies of our more extensive entertainment portfolio.”

    About Six Flags Entertainment Corporation

    Six Flags Entertainment Corporation (NYSE: FUN) is North America’s largest regional amusement-resort operator with 27 amusement parks, 15 water parks and nine resort properties across 17 states in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. Focused on its purpose of making people happy, Six Flags provides fun, immersive and memorable experiences to millions of guests every year with world-class coasters, themed rides, thrilling water parks, resorts and a portfolio of beloved intellectual property such as Looney Tunes, DC Comics and PEANUTS.

  • 03 Jul 2024 by City of Santa Clarita

    With an excessive heat warning in effect this week, the City of Santa Clarita strongly urges residents to prioritize heat safety and preparedness during the Fourth of July Parade and the holiday weekend.

    Residents planning to attend the parade are encouraged to stay hydrated by bringing extra water. Wear lightweight, light-colored and loose-fitting clothing, and bring sunscreen to reapply throughout the day. Consider wearing hats and bringing umbrellas to stay out of direct sunlight. Those who are sensitive to heat or have health conditions that increase the risk of heat exhaustion or heat stroke, are encouraged to stay home and watch the parade on the City’s Facebook page. If any attendees begin to feel heat-related illness symptoms, they are encouraged to go to any of the six announcer locations along the parade route, or alert any City staff members or Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s deputies.  

    Another way to beat the heat is by visiting any of our eight City pools on July 4. The Santa Clarita Aquatic Center, Presented by Kaiser Permanente (20850 Centre Pointe Parkway) will be open for Lap Swim from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. and Recreational Swim from 12:30 – 4:30 p.m. All other park pools will be open from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. For pool locations and hours, please visit SantaClarita.gov/Aquatics or call (661) 250-3740.

    Additionally, residents can head over to The Cube – Ice and Entertainment Center, Powered by FivePoint Valencia (27745 Smyth Drive) where the facility stays a cool 54 degrees. The facility is open until 4:30 p.m. on July 4, making it the perfect place to enjoy a morning or afternoon on the ice and grab food and drinks from The Grille and The Top Shelf. 

    Remember, ALL fireworks are illegal in the Santa Clarita Valley, including ones labeled safe and sane. All it takes is one spark to start a fire. With high temperatures and elevated fire danger expected throughout the week, residents are encouraged to be prepared and have an emergency supply kit and family action plan ready. To learn more and get tips on summer emergencies or preparing your home for fire season, please visit SantaClarita.gov/Emergency-Management.   

  • 25 Jun 2024 by Kaiser Permanente

    Panorama City, Calif. June 24, 2024 — Kaiser Permanente is proud to announce the appointment of Camille Applin-Jones as the new Senior Vice President and Area Manager for the Panorama City and Antelope Valley service areas, which includes the Santa Clarita Valley. With a distinguished career in healthcare leadership and a passion for community health, Ms. Applin-Jones is poised to lead Kaiser Permanente's efforts in delivering high-quality, affordable care in the region.

    Ms. Applin-Jones joins the Kaiser Permanente Panorama City team with a wealth of experience from her roles in the Northern California and Northwest markets of Kaiser Permanente. Her recent achievements include the launch of the organization's first Center for Black Health and Wellness, which has significantly advanced equity, inclusion, and diversity initiatives nationwide.

    "As I take on this new role, I am profoundly grateful for the opportunity to serve the Santa Clarita community," said Camille Applin-Jones. "I am committed to leading our dedicated team throughout the Santa Clarita Valley in providing exceptional care and furthering our mission of improving the health of our members and the community."

    Throughout her career, Ms. Applin-Jones has been instrumental in driving improvements in access to care, enhancing the member experience, and implementing innovative healthcare solutions. Her leadership has been pivotal in orchestrating organizational redesigns and pioneering digital care experiences.

    “Camille Applin-Jones brings a wealth of experience and a commitment to excellence to her role as Senior Vice President and Area Manager for the Health Plan and Hospital operations of Kaiser Permanente Panorama City and Antelope Valley service areas,” said Michelle Gaskill-Hames, regional president of Kaiser Permanente Southern California and Hawaii. “Her strategic leadership, combined with her dedication to improving the health of our members and the communities we serve, will have a positive impact on our members in the Santa Clarita Valley.”

    A proud veteran of the U.S. Army, Ms. Applin-Jones attributes her leadership abilities to the skills she developed during her military service. She is dedicated to applying these skills to foster a culture of excellence and compassion within Kaiser Permanente.

    "At Kaiser Permanente Panorama City, our commitment to delivering exceptional health care is at the core of everything we do. As the Area Medical Director and Chief of Staff, I am thrilled to welcome Camille Applin-Jones to our leadership team. Her innovative approach, coupled with her understanding of our community's unique health challenges, will undoubtedly elevate our ability to provide compassionate, cutting-edge care. I am confident that Camille Applin-Jones's leadership will inspire us to reach new heights in serving the well-being of our members and community," said Dr. Stephen De Vita, Kaiser Permanente Panorama City Area Medical Director and Chief of Staff.

    Kaiser Permanente members in Santa Clarita Valley have easy access to world-class health care in their community, including at one of 13 medical office buildings, one Target Clinic, an award-winning Kaiser Permanente hospital, and a Kaiser Permanente regional lab scheduled to open in 2025. Ms. Applin-Jones has oversight of both the Panorama City and the Antelope Valley service areas, which serve over 437,000 members.
     

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    About Kaiser Permanente 

    Kaiser Permanente is committed to helping shape the future of health care. We are recognized as one of America's leading health care providers and not-for-profit health plans. Founded in 1945, Kaiser Permanente has a mission to provide high-quality, affordable health care services and to improve the health of our members and the communities we serve. We currently serve 12.7 million members in 8 states and the District of Columbia. Care for members and patients is focused on their total health and guided by their personal Permanente Medical Group physicians, specialists, and team of caregivers. Our expert and caring medical teams are empowered and supported by industry-leading technology advances and tools for health promotion, disease prevention, state-of-the-art care delivery and world-class chronic disease management. Kaiser Permanente is dedicated to care innovations, clinical research, health education and the support of community health.  

  • 21 Jun 2024 by Metro

    Weekly Look-Ahead: June 24 to 30, 2024

    Prepare for weeknight intermittent lane reductions in both directions between SR-14 and Parker Rd from 8pm to 6am to support all the below activities on I-5. Crews begin mobilizing at 6am and work hours are 7am to 4pm and 7pm to 6am on weekdays, and Saturdays as needed.

    SR-14 to Magic Mountain Pkwy

    Gavin Canyon Undercrossing Bridge construction. Prepare for intermittent lane reductions and closures in both directions on The Old Rd between Weldon Canyon Rd and Calgrove Bl, Monday through Friday from 9am to 5am, and Saturdays as needed from 9pm to 7am. View full notice for detour routes. | Full Notice
    Electrical systems work. View full notice for ramp locations, schedule, and detour routes. | Full Notice
    Southbound outside shoulder excavation, shoring, and retaining wall work between Weldon Canyon Rd and Calgrove Bl. View full notice for schedule and detour routes. | Full Notice
    Center median retaining wall construction and concrete placement between SR-14 and Magic Mountain Pkwy. | Full Notice

    Magic Mountain Pkwy to Parker Rd

    Magic Mountain Pkwy Bridge construction. View full notice for schedule. | Full Notice
    Castaic Creek Bridge construction. View full notice for schedule and detour routes. | Full Notice
    Center median concrete placement between Magic Mountain Pkwy and Parker Rd. | Full Notice

    Coming Soon

    Full 30-day closure of the southbound Calgrove Bl off-ramp is postponed.

    Essential Details

    • Work hours: Monday through Friday and Saturday, as needed from 7am to 4pm and 7pm to 6am. Crews will begin to mobilize at 6am.
    • No two consecutive ramps in the same direction will be closed at the same time. Detours to the next on-ramp will be posted for each closure.
    • Traffic will be maintained in each direction.
    • All lanes will reopen by 6am each morning.
    • No lane closures will be implemented during morning or evening peak traffic hours.
    • The speed limit in construction work zones is reduced to 55 miles per hour.

    Noteworthy

    Access to emergency responders will be maintained. Construction is a dynamic process, it is subject to weather conditions, and information is subject to change, visit the project website for the most up to date information and a weekly listing.

  • Overcoming the Challenges of Working During the Summer

    Jun 18

    Written By Ashley Carlson

    As a kid, summer is a season of pure freedom and relaxation. Sun, pools, beach vacations, popsicles… nothing is better.

    But as an adult, especially a business owner with kids, summer can be a challenging balancing act of entertaining kids, taking time off, and keeping your business running.

    It can feel a lot less like pure bliss and more like pure chaos.

    At Elevate Virtual Business Solutions, our Executive Assistants are brilliant problem solvers, so we asked them to share how they would deal with three of the most common summer challenges our clients face.

    Read on to learn how to make the most of your summer without sacrificing productivity or family time!

    How can you work remotely on vacation?

    If you have the opportunity to work remotely, like many CEOs and business owners we support, it can be tempting to extend your vacation or sneak in an extra trip while working. But how do you balance work time and relaxing time?

    • Take time completely off: If you have the option, consider just taking the vacation and checking out completely. Just because you can work doesn’t mean you have to.
    • Create an “urgent only” contact process: Set up a system and let people know how to contact you if something is truly an emergency and needs your attention.
    • Set clear boundaries: Decide ahead of time when you will work and when you will relax and enjoy time with your family. Let your family and anyone on your team who needs you know what these boundaries are.
    • Only take care of critical needs: You don’t need to worry about small tasks that can wait for later. Prioritize the truly important tasks, take care of those, and leave the rest for after vacation time!
    • Turn off your notifications: When you’re not in active work mode, make sure all notifications are turned off so you don’t get distracted.

    What to do when vacation and meetings are scheduled at the same time?

    You book a family vacation, but you also have pre-scheduled meetings on your calendar at the same time. Yikes!

    If you want to be able to enjoy your vacation without missing out on key information or letting your clients down, there are a few steps you can take.

    • Have an EA block off your time and reschedule: Our team proactively solves problems, which means they keep their clients’ calendars blocked off and protected. If you know you have time off coming up, make sure your EA knows so they can mark you as busy and move any existing commitments around so you can enjoy your vacation without any stress or worry about missing out on things.
    • See what can be taken care of via email: Oftentimes a call really can be an email. Check with the clients you have scheduled during your vacation and see if you can hash out the info over email or a quick call before your scheduled meeting. This can help keep you on track without delaying deadlines or projects.
    • Set notifications on all communication methods: If you’re going to be slower than usual to respond, make sure you have a notification of your delay set for all of your communication channels – including Slack, Voxer, email, and voicemail.

    Tips for working during the summer with kids at home

    School’s out for the summer!

    And many working parents are exhausted by trying to manage active kids who just want to play outside and their regular work commitments.

    This is arguably one of the hardest challenges to navigate, so we asked our team of EAs to bring their best ideas and strategies to this specific issue. Let’s get into them!

    • Set up your workspace where you can supervise outdoor play: Kids often just want to be outside during the summer, so make sure you can work in an area where you can see them playing without actually having to be outside… unless you want to be! A nice deck workstation could be the perfect summer solution.
    • List out your priorities on a weekly basis: Know what absolutely must get done each week so you can track your meaningful progress. You can also decide when to let less important tasks slide to prioritize spending time with your children.
    • Block work and family time – and keep them: You show up for your clients when you have scheduled time, so make sure you give your family and yourself the same respect. When it’s playtime, leave your laptop and phone out of sight so you don’t get distracted. Your kids are more likely to respect your work time if you respect their playtime.
    • Set out snacks at the beginning of the day: Give your kids their daily snacks at the start of each day and let them be in charge of how they eat them. The only rule: no asking for more snacks! This will save you from five million “I’m hungry!” distractions and help your kids learn how to manage their resources. Win-win!

    Working during the summer is challenging, but possible

    There are a number of issues that can get in your way when trying to balance work, vacation, and life throughout the summer. But you really can thrive with the right strategies and a flexible, positive attitude.

    Don’t let this summer pass you by without making time to check out, relax, and spend time with the people you love!

    And if you’re realizing how helpful it would be to have an EA managing many of these tasks for you… we’d love to chat about how we can help support your business in any season.

    ~Ashley

  • 14 Jun 2024 by Metro

    Weekly Look-Ahead: June 17 to 23, 2024

    Prepare for weeknight intermittent lane reductions in both directions between SR-14 and Parker Rd from 8pm to 6am to support all the below activities on I-5. Crews begin mobilizing at 6am and work hours are 7am to 4pm and 7pm to 6am on weekdays, and Saturdays as needed.

    SR-14 to Magic Mountain Pkwy

    Gavin Canyon Undercrossing Bridge construction. Prepare for intermittent lane reductions and closures in both directions on The Old Rd between Weldon Canyon Rd and Calgrove Bl, Monday through Friday, and Saturdays as needed from 9pm to 5am. View full notice for detour routes. | Full Notice
    Electrical systems work. View full notice for ramp locations, schedule, and detour routes. | Full Notice
    Southbound outside shoulder excavation, shoring, and retaining wall work between Weldon Canyon Rd and Calgrove Bl. View full notice for schedule and detour routes. | Full Notice
    Center median retaining wall construction and concrete placement between SR-14 and Magic Mountain Pkwy. | Full Notice

    Magic Mountain Pkwy to Parker Rd

    Magic Mountain Pkwy Bridge construction. View full notice for schedule. | Full Notice
    Rye Canyon Rd bridge construction. Prepare for intermittent closures of Rye Canyon Rd between The Old Road and Avenue Stanford. View full notice for schedule and detour routes. | Full Notice
    Santa Clara Undercrossing bridge construction. | Full Notice
    Castaic Creek Bridge construction. View full notice for schedule and detour routes. | Full Notice
    Center median concrete placement between Magic Mountain Pkwy and Parker Rd. | Full Notice

    Coming Soon

    Full 30-day closure of the southbound Calgrove Bl off-ramp is postponed.

    Essential Details

    • Work hours: Monday through Friday and Saturday, as needed from 7am to 4pm and 7pm to 6am. Crews will begin to mobilize at 6am.
    • No two consecutive ramps in the same direction will be closed at the same time. Detours to the next on-ramp will be posted for each closure.
    • Traffic will be maintained in each direction.
    • All lanes will reopen by 6am each morning.
    • No lane closures will be implemented during morning or evening peak traffic hours.
    • The speed limit in construction work zones is reduced to 55 miles per hour.

    Noteworthy

    Access to emergency responders will be maintained. Construction is a dynamic process, it is subject to weather conditions, and information is subject to change, visit the project website for the most up to date information and a weekly listing.

  • 🎉 Ready for a mouthwatering meal that supports a great cause? Join us at Corner Bakery Cafe (24290 Valencia Blvd) on Monday, June 17th between 6:00 AM - 8:00 PM and make a difference! With every order you place, 25% will be donated to Santa Clarita Valley Food Pantry. 🙌 Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to dine for a purpose! RSVP & details here: https://grouprai.se/s281451 đźŚźđźŤ´

  • 11 Jun 2024 by SCV Water

    Project Will Restore Wells to Service and Remove PFAS and VOCs from Groundwater

    As part of its commitment to restoring local groundwater reliability, SCV Water will soon begin construction of a new treatment facility to remove per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) and restore three wells to service that are currently offline due to PFAS detection. The proposed facility will also remove volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from two additional wells.

    Construction on the facility, which will be added to the current Rio Vista Intake Pump Station on Bouquet Canyon Road near the Lowe’s shopping center, will begin in the summer of 2024. Construction is anticipated to take 18 months to complete.

    PROJECT DETAILS:

    Construction Locations:

    • Rio Vista Intake Pump Station – Bouquet Canyon Road and Lowe’s Plaza
    • SCV Water well sites within the Villa Metro and near the River Village communities
    • Various pipeline locations along Bouquet Canyon Road and Newhall Ranch Road

    Start Date: MONDAY JUNE 17, 2024

    Duration: 18 Months

    Construction Hours: 7:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday

    Impact: Businesses within the Lowe’s shopping center will remain open during construction.

    In addition to construction work at the Rio Vista Intake Pump Station, SCV Water will also perform rehabilitation work at wells near the Villa Metro community on Soledad Canyon Road and the River Village community on Newhall Ranch Road, near Duane R. Harte Park. Residents in those areas will receive direct communication with a timeline and possible impacts when those phases of the project are scheduled.

    The existing Rio Vista Intake Pump Station facility is used for various production and operational functions. It primarily pumps imported water from the State Water Project to the Rio Vista Water Treatment Plant, which is located at Central Park approximately 1.3 miles to the northeast.

    The total construction cost for the new groundwater treatment system is estimated to be $17.8 million. The project is eligible to receive up to $12.6 million in grant funding.

    Grant funding will be provided in part by the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund through an agreement with the State Water Resources Control Board. California’s Drinking Water State Revolving Fund is capitalized through a variety of funding sources, including grants from the United States Environmental Protection Agency and state bond proceeds.

    Grant funding will also be provided in part from the Water Quality, Supply, and Infrastructure Improvement Act of 2014 and through an agreement with the State Department of Water Resources.

    For any questions or concerns about this project, please do not hesitate to contact SCV Water Principal Engineer, Orlando Moreno at omoreno@scvwa.org.

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    About SCV Water:

    The Santa Clarita Valley Water Agency (SCV Water) is a full-service regional water agency

    located in the Santa Clarita Valley. SCV Water provides water service to approximately 75,000 business and residential customers. It was formed on January 1, 2018, when local water suppliers combined into one integrated, regional water provider. More information can be found at yourSCVwater.com.

    For more information, please contact:

    Kevin Strauss

    Communications Manager

    SCV Water

    kstrauss@scvwa.org

  • 07 Jun 2024 by Metro

    Weekly Look-Ahead: June 10 to 16, 2024

    Prepare for weeknight intermittent lane reductions in both directions between SR-14 and Parker Rd from 8pm to 6am to support all the below activities on I-5. Crews begin mobilizing at 6am and work hours are 7am to 4pm and 7pm to 6am on weekdays, and Saturdays as needed.

    SR-14 to Magic Mountain Pkwy

    Gavin Canyon Undercrossing Bridge construction. Prepare for intermittent lane reductions and closures in both directions on The Old Rd between Weldon Canyon Rd and Calgrove Bl, Monday through Friday from 9pm to 5am. View full notice for detour routes. | Full Notice
    Calgrove Bl Undercrossing Bridge construction. Prepare closures of southbound Calgrove Bl on- and off-ramps, and intermittent lane closures of Calgrove Bl between The Old Rd and Wiley Canyon Rd. View full notice for schedule and detour routes. | Full Notice
    Rye Canyon Rd bridge construction. Prepare for intermittent closures of Rye Canyon Rd between The Old Road and Avenue Stanford. View full notice for schedule and detour routes. | Full Notice
    Electrical systems work. View full notice for ramp locations, schedule, and detour routes. | Full Notice
    Southbound outside shoulder excavation, shoring, and retaining wall work between Weldon Canyon Rd and Calgrove Bl. View full notice for schedule and detour routes. | Full Notice
    Center median retaining wall construction and concrete placement between SR-14 and Magic Mountain Pkwy. | Full Notice

    Magic Mountain Pkwy to Parker Rd

    Magic Mountain Pkwy Bridge construction. View full notice for schedule. | Full Notice
    Castaic Creek Bridge construction. View full notice for schedule and detour routes. | Full Notice
    Center median concrete placement between Magic Mountain Pkwy and Parker Rd. | Full Notice

    Coming Soon

    Full 30-day closure of the southbound Calgrove Bl off-ramp is postponed.

    Essential Details

    • Work hours: Monday through Friday and Saturday, as needed from 7am to 4pm and 7pm to 6am. Crews will begin to mobilize at 6am.
    • No two consecutive ramps in the same direction will be closed at the same time. Detours to the next on-ramp will be posted for each closure.
    • Traffic will be maintained in each direction.
    • All lanes will reopen by 6am each morning.
    • No lane closures will be implemented during morning or evening peak traffic hours.
    • The speed limit in construction work zones is reduced to 55 miles per hour.

    Noteworthy

    Access to emergency responders will be maintained. Construction is a dynamic process, it is subject to weather conditions, and information is subject to change, visit the project website for the most up to date information and a weekly listing.

     

  • 31 May 2024 by Metro

     

    Weekly Look-Ahead: June 3 to 9, 2024

    Prepare for weeknight intermittent lane reductions in both directions between SR-14 and Parker Rd from 8pm to 6am to support all the below activities on I-5. Crews begin mobilizing at 6am and work hours are 7am to 4pm and 7pm to 6am on weekdays, and Saturdays as needed.

    SR-14 to Magic Mountain Pkwy

    Gavin Canyon Undercrossing Bridge construction. Prepare for intermittent lane reductions and closures in both directions on The Old Rd between Weldon Canyon Rd and Calgrove Bl, Monday through Friday from 9pm to 5am. View full notice for detour routes. | Full Notice
    Calgrove Bl Undercrossing Bridge construction. Prepare closures of southbound Calgrove Bl on- and off-ramps, and intermittent lane closures of Calgrove Bl between The Old Rd and Wiley Canyon Rd. View full notice for schedule and detour routes. | Full Notice
    Electrical systems work. View full notice for ramp locations, schedule, and detour routes. | Full Notice
    Southbound outside shoulder excavation, shoring, and retaining wall work between Weldon Canyon Rd and Calgrove Bl. View full notice for schedule and detour routes. | Full Notice
    Center median retaining wall construction and concrete placement between SR-14 and Magic Mountain Pkwy. | Full Notice

    Magic Mountain Pkwy to Parker Rd

    Magic Mountain Pkwy Bridge construction. View full notice for schedule. | Full Notice
    Castaic Creek Bridge construction. View full notice for schedule and detour routes. | Full Notice
    Center median concrete placement between Magic Mountain Pkwy and Parker Rd. | Full Notice

    Coming Soon

    Full 30-day closure of the southbound Calgrove Bl off-ramp, beginning on Monday, June 3, 2024 is postponed. Visit the project website for the most up to date information on the schedule. | Full Notice

    Essential Details

    • Work hours: Monday through Friday and Saturday, as needed from 7am to 4pm and 7pm to 6am. Crews will begin to mobilize at 6am.
    • No two consecutive ramps in the same direction will be closed at the same time. Detours to the next on-ramp will be posted for each closure.
    • Traffic will be maintained in each direction.
    • All lanes will reopen by 6am each morning.
    • No lane closures will be implemented during morning or evening peak traffic hours.
    • The speed limit in construction work zones is reduced to 55 miles per hour.

    Noteworthy

    Access to emergency responders will be maintained. Construction is a dynamic process, it is subject to weather conditions, and information is subject to change, visit the project website for the most up to date information and a weekly listing.

     

  • 30 May 2024 by Circle of Hope, Inc.

    Howdy, Chamber Members!

    Get ready for a fantastic evening at the Hoedown for Hope, benefiting the Circle of Hope Cancer Support Center! This incredible event promises to be an epic night filled with fun, laughter, and a great cause. Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to support our community and have a memorable time.

    We’ve got an exciting lineup of activities planned, including live music, dancing, delicious food, and more. It’s going to be a night to remember, and we hope you can join us in making a difference. Purchase your tickets today at www.circleofhopeinc.org

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