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Santa Clarita Advisor

Santa Clarita... Loved by most of its residents, while maligned by outsiders who may or may not have visited..

Formed in 1987 out of the communities of Newhall, Saugus, Canyon Country and Valencia.

A few images:

We could have 300 photos here, and they still couldn't capture it all.

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A few helpful SCV geography tips:

The V ROUTE: From 126/5 Intersection along the 5 south to the 14 north to Sand Canyon Road: 18 Miles (shown below).

The Cross Valley Connector - From Golden Valley Road at Hwy 14 to Hwy 126 in Valencia across town: Distance is 9.56 Miles.

Valencia Town Center to Ventura Beaches via Hwy 126: 46.1 Miles.

Return Trip at Night: Approx. 2000 Miles. (Seems that way)

Santa Clarita is basically shaped like a triangle, as seen in the picture below, with the top angle being about 13 miles across, then 10 miles down to the bottom (Newhall) and 11 miles back to the beginning.

The 2nd picture shows that same outline of Santa Clarita placed over the western San Fernando Valley. It would stretch from Topanga Canyon Blvd. all the way to Lakeview Terrace, and to Ventura Blvd.

Santa Clarita is Big....

Santa Clarita Travel Times And Distances.

Just how big is the city of Santa Clarita, and how far is it from 'civilization' (according to all the alienated youth on Tumblr)?

The city is approximately 145 square miles in size. From point A to point B? That's where it gets interesting.....

Santa Clarita is basically shaped like a triangle, as seen in the picture below, with the top angle being about 13 miles across, then 10 miles down to the bottom (Newhall) and 11 miles back to the beginning.

The 3 sides add up to a 32 mile long perimeter of Santa Clarita

This 2nd picture below shows that same outline of Santa Clarita placed over the western San Fernando Valley. It would stretch from Topanga Canyon Blvd. all the way to Lakeview Terrace, and to Ventura Blvd.

Above: The same triangle over the San Fernando Valley (SFV).

Santa Clarita transposed over the Los Angeles basin. The city would stretch from the 101-405 intersection to the 2-134 interchange in Glendale, down below Olympic Blvd. in Culver City, and back to the 101-405.....

In Santa Clarita, it takes about 50 minutes to "drive the triangle". To drive the triangle pictured below, you'd be lucky to finish it in 90. Yeah, Santa Clarita!

Santa Clarita swallows up nearly all of San Francisco!

As well as San Diego. Santa Clarita is the 3rd largest city in L.A. County.

Well... That's It. I hope you enjoyed your trip through Santa Clarita. If I know it this well, I'm sure I can help you with your real estate needs now, or in the future.

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Created with images by JefferyTurner - (Haskell Canyon Open Space) Chris Gallatin, and others.

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