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The City of San Fernando often engages in legislative advocacy and takes positions on proposed State and Federal legislation to inform legislators on how the proposed bills will impact San Fernando residents and businesses. LEARN MORE

Find information on how to care for your four-legged friends, as well as tips for living with coyotes and mosquitos. LEARN MORE

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

Begin your career with the City, or make a career change. Applications are currently being accepted a variety of positions.  Filing for all the positions vary, we strongly encourage you to apply. 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
To help raise public awareness, the City Council recognizes particular topics, days, weeks, and months throughout the year. LEARN MORE
The City of San Fernando’s award-winning and nationally recognized arts-in-education program!   LEARN MORE
Learn more about the Local Transaction Tax (Measure “A” and “SF”).  CLICK HERE
The City of San Fernando is proud to provide the community with alternative sustainable fuel options. Visit one of our five Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Stations or our Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) filling station! 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
Get valuable information on public health advisories and help keep your family and community safe. LEARN MORE
Your response matters! Together we count, together we make a difference!  LEARN MORE
What types of development do you envision in Downtown San Fernando? LEARN MORE
What do you think about the Cannabis Industry coming to our city? 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

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LACDPH) is continuing to monitor and update information on the Coronavirus. LEARN MORE

ALERT SAN FERNANDO

City of San Fernando’s Local Emergency Alert System, Alert San Fernando.  
 

Alert San Fernando uses both text and voice messages to keep residents informed about emergencies and important issues. LEARN MORE

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Report Illegal Fireworks CLICK HERE

Fireworks are Illegal in the City of San Fernando! Violators may be fined up to $3,000.  

 

We now have two methods to report fireworks in progress: 

CALL SAN FERNANDO POLICE
(non-emergency line)
(818) 898-1267

Please DO NOT call 911 to report illegal fireworks. It is important that we keep 911 telephone lines clear for life-threatening emergencies.

DON'T BE A VICTIM OF SCAM!

Several San Fernando residents have reported that they’ve received calls from individuals impersonating agencies such as the City of San Fernando, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (DWP), the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), among others. Don’t be a victim of this scam! No legitimate agency will ask for your personal information, or payment over the phone. LEARN MORE
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