Santa Clarita Valley History In Pictures
Three Oaks Grand Opening
Newhall, California

City officials gathered Wednesday, October 18, 2017, for the grand opening of Three Oaks, the first 100-percent affordable family development in Santa Clarita.

Located on a site that once served as a Caltrans Park and Ride lot, the 1.6 acre site in Newhall was acquired by the city of Santa Clarita in 2010.

Jointly developed by Related California and National Community Renaissance, in partnership with the City, Three Oaks consists of four buildings, containing 29 apartments for low income families and 1,600 square feet of community space.

The development was financed and developed with a combination of public and private resources, which included approximately $5 million coming from the city of Santa Clarita.

Hope Through Housing Foundation will provide social services at Three Oaks, which will include adult educational, health and wellness or skill building classes (such as financial literacy and computer training). An on-site service coordinator will be responsible for Youth Services, Healthcare and Prevention Services and Social Connectedness Activities.

Download original images here. Images and text: City of Santa Clarita.
1) Ranger Station
2) Caltrans Yard
3) Apartments


1967: Forest Turns 75
(Newhall Ranger Station 1923)


Newhall Ranger Station 1950s


Apartment Plans 2015


Const. 4-1-2017 x4


Three Oaks Opens 10/19/2017

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