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    Economic Development

    Working toward a vibrant and economically sustainable San Fernando.


    Mariachi Master

    Apprentice Program.

    MMAP, the City of San Fernando’s award winning and nationally recognized arts-in-education program.


    Looking to start

    a business in

    San Fernando?

    San Fernando proudly offers accessible city services, a responsive city government, and low business taxes. Visit our Business Services section for all your answers.


    We care about you in our City of San Fernando. 

    Dedicated to creating experiences that provide for good citizenship, a sense of community, and for a better quality of life.


    Welcome SFPD’s

    newest Officers

    San Fernando proudly welcomes our newest Police Officers. The City is hiring now, visit our Personnel page. 

Get valuable information on public health advisories and help keep your family and community safe. LEARN MORE
Updated listing of many of the completed, current, upcoming, and ongoing projects throughout the City of San Fernando along with contact information for the department that oversees each project. LEARN MORE
The City Manager distributes a monthly report as a quick recap/forecast of City business to increase information flow so that the City Council, Commissioners, the City Manager, Department Heads and City Employees are well-informed on current and upcoming City-related issues. LEARN MORE

Keep current on all press releases distributed by the City of San Fernando. LEARN MORE

Find all the current Request for Proposals (RFPs), Request for Quotes (RFQs), and Notice Inviting Bids (NIBs). LEARN MORE

The Palmdale to Burbank Project Section connects the Antelope Valley to the San Fernando Valley in Southern California. Two distinct high-speed rail corridors with multiple alignment options are currently being considered: SR 14 Corridor and East Corridor.

The City of San Fernando does not oppose the concept of a high-speed rail network for the state of California; however, it does oppose any proposed route through San Fernando. The San Fernando City Council continues to urge the California High-Speed Rail Authority (CHSRA) to consider alternative routes. LEARN MORE

Join the City of San Fernando in creating a new vision for an economically vibrant downtown and the adjacent industrial and residential areas, north of downtown.


We are re-imagining the area between the San Fernando/ Sylmar Metrolink station and the San Fernando Mall, to help create a safe and sustainable transit-oriented district that offers greater opportunities to get around without a car. Funded by a grant from Metro, the City of San Fernando will create new planning standards and guidelines to make it easier for people to live near transit and for residents to walk, bike or take transit to the station, making downtown San Fernando a great place to live, work, and play. LEARN MORE

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