• Valencia: This is the most populous neighborhood in Santa Clarita Valley, and it’s known for its master-planned communities, with tree-lined streets, parks, and excellent schools. The median home price in Valencia is around $700,000.
    • Coordinates: 34°26′N 118°39′W
  • Saugus: This historic neighborhood is home to many of Santa Clarita Valley’s oldest homes and businesses. Saugus is also home to Six Flags Magic Mountain and Hurricane Harbor. The median home price in Saugus is around $550,000.
    • Coordinates: 34°35′N 118°36′W
  • Stevenson Ranch: This upscale neighborhood is known for its large homes, stunning views of the Santa Clarita Valley, and excellent schools. The median home price in Stevenson Ranch is around $800,000.
    • Coordinates: 34°32′N 118°32′W
  • Newhall: This historic town is the oldest part of Santa Clarita Valley. Newhall is home to William S. Hart Park and Museum, as well as a variety of shops and restaurants. The median home price in Newhall is around $600,000.
    • Coordinates: 34°33′N 118°34′W
  • Canyon Country: This family-friendly neighborhood is known for its parks, schools, and community events. Canyon Country is also home to a variety of shopping centers and restaurants. The median home price in Canyon Country is around $500,000.
    • Coordinates: 34°30′N 118°42′W
  • Castaic: This rural neighborhood is located at the northern end of Santa Clarita Valley. Castaic is home to Castaic Lake, a popular spot for swimming, boating, and fishing. The median home price in Castaic is around $450,000.
    • Coordinates: 34°44′N 118°42′W

Driving Times to Downtown Los Angeles:

  • Valencia: This is the most populous neighborhood in Santa Clarita Valley, and it’s known for its master-planned communities, with tree-lined streets, parks, and excellent schools. The median home price in Valencia is around $700,000. Driving commute time to downtown Los Angeles is approximately 54 minutes via I-5 S.
  • Saugus: This historic neighborhood is home to many of Santa Clarita Valley’s oldest homes and businesses. Saugus is also home to Six Flags Magic Mountain and Hurricane Harbor. The median home price in Saugus is around $550,000. Driving commute time to downtown Los Angeles is approximately 54 minutes via I-5 S.
  • Stevenson Ranch: This upscale neighborhood is known for its large homes, stunning views of the Santa Clarita Valley, and excellent schools. The median home price in Stevenson Ranch is around $800,000. Driving commute time to downtown Los Angeles is approximately 54 minutes via I-5 S.
  • Newhall: This historic town is the oldest part of Santa Clarita Valley. Newhall is home to William S. Hart Park and Museum, as well as a variety of shops and restaurants. The median home price in Newhall is around $600,000. Driving commute time to downtown Los Angeles is approximately 54 minutes via I-5 S.
  • Canyon Country: This family-friendly neighborhood is known for its parks, schools, and community events. Canyon Country is also home to a variety of shopping centers and restaurants. The median home price in Canyon Country is around $500,000. Driving commute time to downtown Los Angeles is approximately 54 minutes via I-5 S.
  • Castaic: This rural neighborhood is located at the northern end of Santa Clarita Valley. Castaic is home to Castaic Lake, a popular spot for swimming, boating, and fishing. The median home price in Castaic is around $450,000. Driving commute time to downtown Los Angeles is approximately 54 minutes via I-5 S.
  • Please keep in mind that these commute times are estimates and can vary depending on traffic conditions.

Sure, here are the updated commute times to Ventura from each city in Santa Clarita Valley:

  • Valencia: 47.5 miles, 53 minutes via CA-126 W. See the directions here.
  • Saugus: 49.2 miles, 59 minutes via CA-126 W. See the directions here.
  • Stevenson Ranch: 50.3 miles, 57 minutes via CA-126 W. See the directions here.
  • Newhall: 51.5 miles, 58 minutes via CA-126 W. See the directions here.
  • Canyon Country: 53.6 miles, 1 hour 6 minutes via CA-126 W. See the directions here.
  • Castaic: 48.0 miles, 52 minutes via CA-126 W. See the directions here.

As you can see, the commute times from Santa Clarita Valley to Ventura are generally a bit longer than the commute times to downtown Los Angeles. This is because Ventura is further away from Santa Clarita Valley than downtown Los Angeles is.

Please keep in mind that these commute times are estimates and can vary depending on traffic conditions. It’s always a good idea to allow extra time for your trip, especially during peak hours.