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Palmdale City Hall to Close for Presidents’ Day Holiday

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                 

CITY OF PALMDALE

NEWS RELEASE

CONTACT:    John Mlynar

PHONE:                     661/267-5115      

DATE:            February 16, 2012

 

Palmdale City Hall to Close for Presidents’ Day Holiday

 

PALMDALE – City of Palmdale administrative and business offices, the Palmdale Playhouse box office and Palmdale City Library will be closed on Monday, Feb. 20  in observance of Presidents’ Day. 

Administrative and business offices will reopen Tuesday, Feb. 21 at 7:30 am.  The Palmdale Playhouse box office will reopen Tuesday, Feb. 21 at 3 pm. The Palmdale City Library will reopen on Tuesday, Feb. 21 at 10 am.

In the event of an emergency, residents may call             661/267-5338      . Emergencies include sewer overflows, roadway/right of way hazards including downed tree limbs, downed signs and potholes, or broken sprinkler lines in City parks and landscaped areas.

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February 16, 2012 Posted by | ilivetoday, palmdale news | Leave a comment

ROAD CONSTRUCTION UPDATE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CITY OF PALMDALE

NEWS RELEASE

CONTACT:  John Mlynar

PHONE:       661/267-5115

DATE:          February 16, 2012

ROAD CONSTRUCTION UPDATE

FOR THE WEEK OF FEBRUARY 20  THROUGH FEBRUARY 26, 2012

 

GENERAL ROAD CONSTRUCTION:

 

 

 

Intersection of 50th West & Avenue N-8 and intersection of 55th West & Avenue N.

Intermittent lane closures for traffic signal installation.

 

9th Street East Palmdale Blvd. to Avenue Q/ 8th Street East Palmdale Blvd. to Q-6/ 12th Street East Palmdale Blvd. to Q-4.

Intermittent lane closures and detours for Palmdale Water District water main line replacement project.

 

Avenue S/47th East to 57th East.

Lane closures and detours for street widening (City’s PN 557 Avenue S improvements.)

 

45th East & Avenue R.

Intermittent lane closures and detours for storm drain improvements (City’s PN 645 Avenue R at 45th East storm drain improvements.)

 

Elizabeth Lake Road from mile marker 5.11 to mile marker 6.55.

Intermittent lane closures and flagging operations for phase II interim grading and drainage improvements.

 

 

 

For more information, call the public works department at 661/267-5300.

 

February 16, 2012 Posted by | City of Palmdale, ilivetoday, palmdale news | Leave a comment

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November 15, 2011 Posted by | chris spicher, ilivetoday | Leave a comment

Destination Lancaster July

Enjoy Destination Lancaster and the Events of the Antelope valley!

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July 7, 2011 Posted by | city of lancaster, City of Lancater, Downtown Lancaster, ilivetoday, ilivetodayav, lancaster, lancaster events | , , , , , , | Leave a comment

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April 21, 2010 Posted by | 4/20, antelope valley, antelope valley pod cast, butler coffee, ilivetoday, ilivetodayav | , , , , | Leave a comment

POPPY FESTIVAL

POPPY FESTIVAL

Date: April 24th & 25th, 2010. Rain or shine!
Time: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily
Place: Lancaster City Park – 43011 N. 10th Street West, Lancaster, CA 93534
Presented by: City of Lancaster

Tickets, Admission and Parking

Tickets are available onsite during the event, and may be purchased with cash only. Two ATMs are available near the entrance/exit and two more near the TOT LOT.

Adults (13-61): $8.00
Children (6-12): $5.00
Children (5 & under): FREE
Seniors (62+): $5.00
Wheelchair Rentals: $10 for 4 hours (located at the Information Booth)

Group Ticket Sales:
Groups of 20 or more may purchase non-refundable tickets in advance by calling (661) 723-6075.

Parking is free. Free trams circulate between the entrance/exit and the parking lots.

Pre-sale Ticket Discounts

Pre-sale Poppy Festival tickets available for a limited time! These special offer tickets cannot be mailed or held at “will call”. If four or more are purchased at one time, tickets will be discounted $1 each and cost $7 for adults and $4 for children and seniors. Pre-sale tickets are non-refundable and non-replaceable.

This limited time offer is available at the City of Lancaster Parks, Recreation & Arts Counter for purchase in person only. City Hall, 44933 Fern Ave, Lancaster, CA 93534. Hours of Operation: Mon-Thu, 8am-6pm and Fri, 8am-5pm. For more information please call (661) 723-6077.

California Poppy Festival History

Lancaster boasts one of California’s most abundant crops of the vibrant poppies that are California’s state flower. For several years, the City of Lancaster co-sponsored the Wildflower Information Center with the Lancaster Woman’s Club to cater the interests of thousands of visitors who flocked to the Antelope Valley for a glimpse of these brilliant, beautiful flowers. Held at the Lancaster Museum/Art Gallery, visitors could pick up free wildflower maps and learn about the best viewing locations before heading out to the Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve.

It seemed only natural to create an even larger event to welcome and introduce visitors to the Lancaster area. The annual Festival plays host to the colorful poppies, which are an Antelope Valley springtime attraction.

The California Poppy Festival also began as part of the Earth Day celebration. Since the Golden California Poppy blooms each year around the time of Earth Day, it seemed appropriate for Lancaster to combine the two events into the California Poppy Festival. The first Earth Day was held in the spring of 1970 with an estimated 20 million people participating worldwide. Through the years, the annual Earth Day celebration has grown in popularity; in 1990 an estimated 200 million people in 141 countries participated in different celebrations. The California Poppy Festival carries on the Earth Day tradition of concern and caring for the environment.

Maximize Your Experience

With hundreds of exhibits and not-to-be-missed performances, you’ll want to make the most of your time at the Poppy Festival. We’ve compiled the expertise of seasoned festival-goers to let you know the tips for getting the most from your visit.

Dress in layers and wear comfortable shoes. With more than 55 acres of activities, you are definitely going to get your fair share of exercise as you explore the Festival. While we hope for sunny warm skies, spring weather can be unpredictable, and it is good to be prepared for brisk breezes and stormy skies.

Sunscreen and sunglasses. While the sun is responsible for our beautiful, blooming poppies it can be harmful to your skin and eyes, so cover up!

Eat, drink and relax. While you are probably eager to take in everything the festival has to offer, pace yourself. Family-fun is at the heart of the Poppy Festival, and that means taking time to sit down, enjoy performers and mouth-watering delicacies. Antelope Valley visitors often forget that we live in a desert environment, so be sure to drink a lot of water.

Things to Remember

So that the festival is safe and fun for everyone it is a must that you leave pets, alcoholic beverages, skateboards, bicycles, scooters, radios, roller-blades, frisbees, tables and coolers at home. For your safety, bags are subject to inspection by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. Unauthorized sales, solicitations and distributions are prohibited. Springtime weather in the Antelope Valley is very unpredicable – please dress accordingly and bring plenty of sunscreen.

April 6, 2010 Posted by | ca, ilivetoday, ilivetodayav, poppy festival | , , | Leave a comment