City of San Fernando
In 1874, San Fernando became the valley's first organized community, thus earning the title "First City of the Valley". San Fernando proudly offers accessible city services, a responsive city government, low business taxes and a range of programs for all ages. San Fernando has a rich cultural history with a population of 25,145.
    News and Updates
    • U.S. Rep. Tony Cárdenas:
      Immigration Executive Action
    • Metrolink - Positive Train Control
    • City Joins HERO Financing Program
      for Energy Efficiency Improvements
    • Water Conservation Program and
      Rebates Available to Community
    • East Valley Transit Corridor
      Project Upcoming Meetings
    • TOD Overlay Zone
    City Calendar
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General Municipal Election
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Graffiti Contacts and Information
Mariachi Apprentice Program
RFPs / RFQs / NIBs
Refuse Service Information
SF Regional Pool Facility
City Manager's Monthly Report

Public Meetings

Employment Opportunities
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San Fernando City Hall, 117 Macneil Street, San Fernando, CA 91340
Phone: (818) 898-1200, Fax: (818) 361-7631, Email:
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