Santa Clarita was incorporated in 1987 as the union of several previously existing communities, including Canyon Country, Newhall, Saugus, Valencia, and portions of Castaic. Its principal boundaries are the Golden State and Antelope Valley freeways; their merger in Newhall Pass at the city's southernmost point gives Santa Clarita its distinctive triangular appearance on the map. Unlike many other hybrid cities' districts, communities in Santa Clarita retain a considerable degree of autonomy, to the extent that some of them, such as Valencia, most notably—are often mistaken for completely separate cities.
Santa Clarita's most notable attractions are the Six Flags Magic Mountain amusement park on the western edge of the city, and the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts), both located in Valencia.
Boring, Fascist, and Conservative.
a.k.a. The People's Republic of Santa Clarita
You guys wanna smoke a bowl and hang out in Town Center?
Of course, there's nothing else to do in this town.
The Valencia Town center is the local mall that has only a limited ammount of fascinaating store, making it's self rather average. There are two movie theaters, one in the Towncenter, the other in Canyon Country. It is the home of the Canyon Theater Guild, now the Santa Clarita Reigonal Theater. Other entertainment options include two bowling alleys, a Mountasia Fun Center, and a Scooter's Jungle.
All around a good place once you get past the snotty brats,a the wannabe gangsters, and potheads.
The inevitable final destination of all mail and packages intended for Santa Clara, California. This is largely due to printing error and stupidity.
KID 2: Ok, I just got a new glove set.
KID 1: Cool, im so ready to go smoke some weed!!
Don't even think about it as a place to live,unless you like the ghetto. The weather is atrocious, besides the wind it is either blazing hot or freezing cold. The only plus is the rain, it looks a little like Venice because all the streets are covered in water, so you can't get anywhere. It actually is a nice area if you are into graffiti art, it seems that quite a few people that live here are; to each his own.
It is a nightmare to drive through, your best bet is to travel on a shopping cart, since there are so many lying around. If you haven't had your bike stolen, you could also ride a bike, on the bike paths that nobody uses except the homeless people that like to hang out in the Westfield Shopping Center.
The people are either high on drugs here or else yelling at you to get off their property. It is an extremely stressful place, nobody has fun, and there is nothing to do, unless you want to join a gang and hang out at Magic Mountain, terrorizing all the customers.
Have you ever heard of Santa Clarita? Did you say Santa Clara or something about the Klan. No I said Santa Clarita.
Once you find it, you go past that wall with all the graffiti, take a left at the house with the shopping carts and old car on the lawn.
I live in the nice house behind the barbed wire fence. Don't worry about scary dogs, they don't bite that hard.
kid2: yea, might as well. haven't beat the shit out of yuppie scum in a minute.