New Park Opens in the Santa Clarita Valley

The City of Santa Clarita just celebrated the grand opening of its 38th park, the 10.5-acre Skyline Ranch Park.

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April 18, 2024, 12:00 PM PDT

By Clement Lau


Officials cutting a ceremonial red ribbon at Skyline Ranch Park in Santa Clarita, California.

Ribbon-cutting at the new Skyline Ranch Park in Santa Clarita, California. | City of Santa Clarita / Skyline Ranch Park

Located in northern Los Angeles County, the City of Santa Clarita has a population of about 229,000, making it the third-most populous city in the county. On April 6, 2024, the City held a grand opening for its 38th park, Skyline Ranch Park. The ceremony featured a brief speaking program followed by the official ribbon-cutting. The 10.5-acre park includes a variety of amenities, including a baseball field, basketball courts, multi-purpose field, a shaded playground with inclusive elements, a half-mile walking path, tennis/pickleball courts, picnic tables, and a brand-new restroom building. The park also offers panoramic views of Santa Clarita.

Skyline Ranch Park is located in a new residential subdivision comprised of more than 1,200 single-family homes. Development for the park began in December 2022, with developer Tri Pointe partnering with the City to create this park. The City of Santa Clarita operates and maintains a wide range of parks to meet the growing and diverse needs of its residents. To learn more, please visit the City's website.

 

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