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Since 2007, City staff have worked with residents, volunteers and service agency representatives to form neighborhood committees that improve the quality of life in neighborhoods and provide residents with recreational and enrichment programs and opportunities. 

Current Neighborhood Committees include:

  •  Valle Del Oro Neighborhood in Newhall (Meeting rooms available. Holiday events ongoing.) Check out some of the past events and programs here:  NOMAD Art Lab  NOMAD LAB Blog
  • Jakes Way Neighborhood in Canyon Country (ACTIVE) - Programs and classes are currently happening in the Park Sierra Apartment Complex in Jakes Way, Canyon Country. See pictures below! Click to See Pics of Storytelling Event   Jakes Way Summer Program!  Scroll down for event information and pictures.


Want to make something great happen in your neighborhood? To get involved as a volunteer, resident, or agency partner: Email or call (661) 250-3739.


Jakes Way Neighborhood Committee in Action!

The pictures below highlight what's happening in the Jakes Way Neighborhood of Canyon Country thanks to a variety of agency representatives, volunteers, residents, and city staff working together! Programs, events, and classes take place in a converted apartment and playground area in the Park Sierra Apartment Complex on Sierra Highway & Jakes Way. Opportunities include homework help, classes for adults, health workshops, summer camp, special holiday events, community potlucks, and more. 

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Spring Festival - April 20, 2019

Look who hopped on by!


Spring officially sprung in Jakes Way on Saturday, April 20!

Over 400 residents enjoyed the Park Sierra Apartment Homes' Spring Festival held in collaboration with the City of Santa Clarita. A big thank you to the volunteers from the Canyon Country campus of Real Life Church (#ForCanyonCountry), who helped with set-up, egg hiding, and clean-up. Local non-profits Project Books, Department of Mental Health, Samuel Dixon Family Health Center, Northeast Valley Health Center, and SCV Grocery shared resources and information with residents. Thanks also to Sal Frias, Principal from Golden Valley High School who also came out to interact with residents about services offered at the PAWS Center. And of course, Mr. E. Bunny was also there to ensure a good time was had by all! 




Up Next...Jakes Way Summer Program (June 17-Aug. 9).  Email or call (661) 290-2264 for more information.


Volunteers Needed!

Check out a few people who are making a difference in Jakes Way:  Summer Program Volunteers   After-School Program Volunteer

 Click Here to Sign Up to Volunteer!