Santa Clarita Residential Utilities
AT&T, Charter, DirecTV, Dish and Spectrum service the Santa Clarita Valley.
Southern California Edison 800-655-4555
The Gas Company 800-427-2200
Which is faster? Check the Mbps of each provider. There are several Internet providers in the valley, including:
AT&T is the local provider, although several other companies offer service in the SCV:
The City of Santa Clarita provides details on trash removal services and recycling centers.
Chiquita Canyon Landfill/Consolidated Disposal Service
Located off Hwy 126 west of Interstate 5 at 29201 Henry Mayo Drive in Valencia.
The City offers free door-to-door collection of Antifreeze, Batteries, Motor Oil and Filters, and Oil Based and Latex Paints through Curbside, Inc. They can be reached at (800) HHW-PKUP. The County of Los Angeles offers several free household hazardous waste roundups.
Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital has a drug collection box in their lobby which is available to the public during hospital visiting hours. There is no cost
to dispose of unused medication in this box.
23845 McBean Pkwy, Valencia
For further information, please visit the following websites:
As the saying goes, "One person's trash is another's treasure!" Check this website for ideas on who may like to have your junk...or where you may find more. Users can post almost anything that someone else can reuse, from baby clothes and office furniture to horse manure and wood chips. Edible food from restaurants and catering can also be "swapped" to our local food shelf. (Now you have a place to drop all of those hotel amenities you've collected.)
View the annual water quality report
All of the water divisions may now be found through this one link.
Water Conditioning Companies
Traditional water softeners have been banned in the SCV. The Sanitation District of Los Angeles County has examined water conditioning systems and
found that those listed on their site are not subject to ordinances prohibiting the installation of automatic water softeners (also known as
self-regenerating water softeners) in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Updated April 13, 2018