Over 240 people attended the State of the City on October 12, 2017. The Honorable Mayor Carol Warren took attendees on a video trip across the City on the Stanton Red Line, click the link below to view the video: https://youtu.be/XbLF-bjpAfs
Help Draw the Future for Stanton
The City of Stanton is working to comply with the California Voting Rights Act of 2001. Beginning with the November 2018 elections, Stanton voters will start to elect members of the City Council from geographically defined districts, rather than through a citywide at-large voting process.
The City is seeking input from the community to help draw the future council districts in Stanton. The results of this input process would be the creation of a number of distinct voting districts. Candidates living within each of the different districts would then run for election, and residents will vote for a candidate within their district. This will allow for each district to have representation on the City Council, providing a representative advocating for each district within the city.
Stanton's Community News and Activities Guide is available now! Keep the whole family active by enrolling in a new class or activity-- the possibilities are endless.
The City of Stanton invites you to its annual Halloween Fun With Family And Friends event scheduled for Saturday, October 28, 2017 from 12 – 4 p.m. at Stanton Central Park, 10660 Western Avenue!
This special event is open to ghosts, goblins and witches of all ages. The event will feature games, DJ entertainment, spooky stories, craft making, costume contests, food booths and a howling good time for everyone. Be sure to bring a trick-or-treat bag!
Treat yourself to gourmet tamales, bacon wrapped hot dogs, pupusas, funnel cake and more by joining us every Thursday from 9 a.m.- 2 p.m. at Stanton Central Park for the Stanton Farmers Market, 10660 Western Ave.
Skip the trip to the grocery store and shop the market for fresh fruits, vegetables and artisan snacks. Don’t forget to bring your reusable grocery bags.
Summer Means More Energy Usage
As temperatures rise, our energy usage follows. But, there are small changes we can perform to make a powerful difference this summer.
• Set your air conditioning to 78° or higher
• Turn off all unnecessary lights
• Postpone using major appliances until after 9:00 p.m.
The City of Stanton is helping save the environment one charge at a time with the recent installation of Charge Point electric vehicle stations at City Hall. Stations will provide residents and fleet vehicles with a cleaner energy supply and promote the reduction in fuel emissions within our environment.
Exciting new development is occurring along our Beach Blvd. corridor. We currently have two properties under development: a new Del Taco at the corner of Beach Blvd. and Cerritos Ave., and a medical office building on Beach Blvd., just north of the CVS on the corner of Beach Blvd. and Lampson Ave.
The Stanton Community Foundation (SCF) awards 34 grants totaling $19,400 to 34 Stanton teachers through its Supply Our Schools (SOS) online grant program. This year’s SOS grant award is the highest award given by the foundation to date and will benefit 3,202 students who attend Saint Polycarp Catholic School, Bryant Elementary, Walter Elementary, Hansen Elementary, Lawrence Elementary, Pyles Elementary and Reid Elementary Schools.