Celebrate Parks and Recreation month in July with a fun, free day of fitness challenges, prizes and more on Friday, July 6, 2018, from 6 - 8 p.m. at Stanton Central Park, 10660 Western Avenue.
In an effort to increase safety for all participants, the Stanton Community Services Center located at 11822 Santa Paula Street will soon have new fencing around the entire facility.
To prevent property loss and ensure the safety of your family, home and business, the City of Stanton has scheduled additional law enforcement and fire protection personnel for the night of July 4th. Additionally, the City has also scheduled patrols by park rangers that will occur six days a week during the designated period of June 22 - July 4. Stanton Code Enforcement will conduct daily patrols.
The City of Stanton is now providing financial assistance to qualified homeowners for improvements to their properties.
The City of Stanton's "Wake Up Stanton" events will be taking a break for the summer and will resume later this year in September.
Water play areas at both Stanton Central Park, 10660 Western Avenue, and Harry M. Dotson Park, 10350 Fern Street, are open daily from 12 - 5 p.m. until September 3, 2018 (Labor Day).
The City of Stanton invites you to come and enjoy an evening with family and friends during Movie Nights Under the Stars!
Thanks to your involvement with drawing the future of Stanton, the City of Stanton now has four new voting districts and an at-large Mayor.
In order to meet current ADA standards, the City of Stanton has begun work on the Community Center and Civic Center Accessibility Improvement Project. The project will remove and replace all the concrete and landscaping adjacent to City Hall along Cedar Avenue and Katella Avenue. The project is estimated to be completed by late July.
Exciting new development is occurring along our Beach Boulevard corridor and the City of Stanton would like to remind everyone to please exercise caution while driving during this period of revitalization.