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1 - 30 Street West from Tournament Drive going south and ending on Redbud Lane

Landscape assessment district tree trimming. Intermittent number 2 lane closures.

2 - Rancho Vista Boulevard from 30Street West going east and ending on Mesa Lane

Landscape assessment district tree trimming. Intermittent number 2 lane closures.

3 - Summerwind Drive going north, from Stanfill Road and ending on Kings Road

Landscape assessment district tree trimming. Intermittent number 2 lane closures.

4 - Avenue M from 20th Street East to 15th Street East

Nighttime lane closure for Southern California Edison pole replacement starting at about 9 pm and ending at 6 am on January 27 and 28.

City of Lancaster Weekly Road Closures through February 2, 2020
Lancaster, CA – In an effort to improve our neighborhoods and city streets, the City of Lancaster conducts a variety of road construction projects which will ultimately benefit our citizens. While these construction zones typically restrict traffic flow for an interim period, the results provide smoother roads and better infrastructure in various locations throughout Lancaster. Additionally, a number of community events take place year-round throughout the City, resulting in temporary traffic detours during event setup, activity, and breakdown. The City of Lancaster strives to provide as many opportunities as possible for community gathering and engagement.

Concrete improvements related to Public Works Construction Project 17-005, 2020 Safe Routes to School, will be taking place on Avenue H-8 between 10th Street West and 20th Street West; on 15th Street West between Avenues H-10 and I; as well as on Saigon Avenue between Avenues J-10 and J-12. The majority of work will have minimal impact on traffic. Construction activity is related to the installation of new street lighting on Avenue J-10 between Heaton and Beech Avenues.

FREE Mattress Recycling Collection Events Mark Your Calendar with the First on Saturday, Feb. 8th
Antelope Valley residents only. Mattress/box springs will not be accepted for commercial business haulers.

Drop off up to 10 mattresses/box springs for FREE at the following location and time:

February 8, 2020
9:00 am to 2:00 pm
Los Angeles County Public Works
Road Yard #555
17341 East Avenue J
Lancaster, CA 93535
(Lake Los Angeles)

February 15, 2020
9:00 am to 2:00 pm
Road Yard #551
4859 West Avenue L-12
Quartz Hill, CA 93536

March 21, 2020
9:00 am to 2:00 pm
Los Angeles County Public Works
Road Yard#558
8505 West Avenue T
Littlerock, CA 93543

Help Keep Siblings Together
Children's Bureau Info Meetings Teach Interested Families about Foster-Adoption

Palmdale, CA - Foster care and foster-adoption are meaningful ways for individuals and couples to fulfill their dream of parenting. Children’s Bureau offers a comprehensive foster care and adoption program that brings families together for a lifetime. The agency is in need of resource families for children in foster care while reunifying with birth families or to provide legal permanency by adoption.

In Los Angeles County alone, the foster care population exceeds 21,000 children with 200 of those foster children waiting for an adoptive family. Many of these children are siblings in need of families who are willing and able to keep them together. In fact, Children's Bureau turns away at least 10 sibling sets weekly due to lack of families.
"Children's Bureau focuses on keeping siblings together whenever possible," said Amy Heilman, Children’s Bureau's Director of Foster Care and Adoption. "The sibling relationship is a strong and important long-term bond in the life of a child. We see that children adjust better and find more success in life when they join a family with their siblings. It takes away that worry about the safety of their brother or sister. The child can then focus on adjusting to the family they have joined and their new environment."

JetHawks Hot Stove Banquet Sold Out
Event supports JetHawks Baseball Foundation and the Antelope Valley Boys & Girls Club

Lancaster, CA - The Lancaster JetHawks are excited to announce that the JetHawks Baseball Foundation's Hot Stove Banquet has sold out for the fourth consecutive year. The Hot Stove Banquet, sponsored by Learn4Life, will be hosted on January 23rd at the University of Antelope Valley Grand Ballroom. There will be a Q&A, live music from Rat Pack Ricky, a silent auction with great items, delicious dinner, and more. Doors open at 5:30 for cocktail hour, with the program beginning at 6:35.

Ramón Vázquez, former JetHawks player, manager and coach, and current Boston Red Sox coach, will be the keynote speaker for the event. Joining Vázquez will be Colorado Rockies prospect, 2017 JetHawks player, and Santa Clarita native Brian Mundell. Both will dive in to more detail about their careers, their teams, and their time with the JetHawks.

So You Want to Be an Author?
Learn How to Get Published at Palmdale Playhouse

PALMDALE -- The Palmdale Playhouse, located at 38334 10th St. East in Palmdale, will host a “Publishing Primer: An Educational Presentation for Aspiring Authors,” presented by WordWise Media Services on Saturday, Feb. 1 from 1 to 5 pm. Admission is $5.

Attendees will learn from experienced professionals with years of literary experience both as writers and as agents. Topics to be discussed include the publishing market, self-publishing, copyright, networking, writers conferences, publishing contracts, the role of literary agents, and more.

“Today’s publishing environment offers new and unprecedented opportunity for new writers to make their mark, but where do you start?” asked Steve Hutson, owner of WordWise Media. “New business models and whiz-bang technologies make it easier than ever to get a book out there. But here’s the other half of the equation that no one talks about: As we crank out more and more new titles each year, the pool of retail buyers remains unchanged. The market is more competitive than ever, and far too many new authors rush in without educating themselves.”

Cities of Lancaster and Palmdale Ranked in Top 20 of Millennial Home Ownership
PALMDALE – The cities of Lancaster and Palmdale are ranked among the top 20 cities for millennial homeownership, according to a report released by SmartAsset.

Palmdale, which tied with Sioux Falls, SD for #4, and Lancaster at #16 stand out for their millennial homeownership rate in 2018 and 10-year uptick in under-35 homeownership.

“It makes sense that millennials would choose to buy a home in the Antelope Valley,” said Palmdale Mayor Steve Hofbauer. “With solid job growth headed by our aerospace partners, affordable housing, outstanding amenities, and proximity to popular places such as Los Angeles, San Diego, Las Vegas, Santa Barbara, and Mammoth, living in the Antelope Valley makes both economic and lifestyle sense for millennials who are looking for homes.”

“It is an honor to see the Antelope Valley ranked highly as part of this study,” said Mayor R. Rex Parris. “With additions such as the revitalization of The BLVD, attraction of microbreweries and wine bars, and amazing community events such as the Field of Drafts Beer Festival and concert series at the Palmdale Amphitheater, both cities have worked diligently to empower our valley to become one that millennials want to call home. This study affirms that our dedication to improving our region is having a profound positive impact on our millennial residents – especially those who dream of owning their own home.”

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