Santa Clarita City Mayor shares latest developments and opportunities with AmCham

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On July 27, AmCham welcomed Mr. Cameron Smyth, Mayor of the City of Santa Clarita and Ms Holly Schroeder, President of the Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corporation to share the latest on:

1. The demographic and labor market of North Los Angeles County and the City of Santa Clarita
2. ‘Green field’ development of North Los Angeles County – sustainable resource technologies, fiber communication capacities and public transit connectivity.
3. An introducing of Vista Canyon and other important new developments for location / relocation and investment opportunities

About North Los Angeles County: the focus for LA growth and opportunity

Los Angeles is the second largest metropolitan region in the U.S. Given available land for new “green field” development, North Los Angeles County is accommodating demand for mixed use and connected communities.

The City of Santa Clarita, the third largest city in Los Angeles County, has repeatedly been ranked as one of America’s best cities to live in – and one of the safest, featuring strong civic governance; diverse industries in manufacturing, technology and entertainment; highly rated school systems and a family-oriented community life style.

*More about Vista Canyon:

The most prominent new mixed use, Transit Oriented Development in Santa Clarita - containing 1,100 for sale residential units, 800 luxury apartment units, one million square feet of retail, office and hotel space, and a new Metrolink commuter rail station connecting Vista Canyon to downtown Los Angeles and communities throughout Southern California. Learn more

We would also like to thank Mr. James Backer, Chairman and Mr. Stephen Valenziano, President of Vista Canyon, who participated in an Q&A session for members and guests.

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