Victorville Shines During “State of the City”

By Staff Reports

(Victor Valley)– The City of Victorville highlighted a series of successes during the Victor Valley Chamber’s Feb. 6 “State of the City” presentation. Highlights included:

  • Crews repaired 5,481 potholes and removed graffiti from 2,430 locations.
  • Through the “Safe Routes to School” project, the City added sidewalks, traffic signals, crosswalk-safety flashers and other improvements near seven schools.
  • The City rehabilitated 3.4 miles of Village Drive and added 1.5 miles of center-turn lanes.
  • The #DumpItRightVV campaign to help people dispose of unwanted items the right way.
  • Moody’s Investors Service upgraded the Southern California Logistics Airport bond rating. All bonds are current and free of defaults.
  • SCLA added 1.4 million square-feet of new industrial space in the past 18 months.
  • General Atomics leased three buildings at SCLA. Two will be used for aircraft mechanics training in partnership with Victor Valley College.
  • Boeing has leased an additional 93,000 square feet of hangar space.

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